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(2) A licence may be—
(a)general or granted to a category of persons or to a particular person;
(b)subject to conditions;
(c)of indefinite duration or subject to an expiry date.
(3) The Treasury may vary or revoke a licence at any time.
(4) The Treasury, where they grant, vary or revoke a licence, must—
(a)in the case of a licence granted to a particular person, give written notice of the licence, variation or revocation to that person, and
(b)in the case of a general licence or a licence granted to a category of persons, take such steps as the Treasury consider appropriate to publicise the licence, variation or revocation.
(5) Any person who, for the purpose of obtaining a licence, knowingly or recklessly makes any statement or furnishes any document or information which is false in a material particular is guilty of an offence.
(6) Any person who has done any act under the authority of a licence and who fails to comply with any conditions attaching to that licence is guilty of an offence.
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