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35.—(1) An existing licence issued by the Executive under regulation 4(1) of the Asbestos (Licensing) Regulations 1983(1) shall—
(a)continue to have effect as if it had been granted under regulation 8(2) of these Regulations;
(b)be of the duration and subject to the conditions specified in it as if that duration and those conditions had been specified under regulation 8(3); and
(c)be liable to variation and revocation under regulation 8(4) and (5),
and any requirement in such a licence concerning notification and any exception to such a requirement shall have effect as a requirement for notification under regulation 9 of and as an exception to such a requirement under regulation 3(2) of these Regulations.
(2) An existing exemption granted by the Executive under regulation 7(1) of the Asbestos (Licensing) Regulations 1983, regulation 8(1) of the Asbestos (Prohibitions) Regulations 1992(2), or regulation 25(1) of the Control of Asbestos at Work Regulations 2002(3) shall continue to have effect and be subject to any limitation of time or any conditions specified in it and liable to revocation as if it had been granted under regulation 32(1), (2) or (3) of these Regulations.
(3) An existing exemption granted by the Secretary of State for Defence under regulation 8(3) of the Asbestos (Prohibitions) Regulations 1992 shall continue to have effect and be subject to any limitation of time or any conditions specified in it and liable to revocation as if it had been granted under regulation 33 of these Regulations.
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