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29. In Schedule 2 (activities for which licences may be granted)—
(a)in paragraph 1(1)—
(i)for sub-paragraphs (b) and (c) substitute—
“(b)procuring, keeping, testing, processing or distributing embryos,
(c)procuring, testing, processing, distributing or using gametes”, and
(ii)at the beginning of sub-paragraph (d) insert “other”,
(b)after paragraph 1 insert—
1A.—(1) A licence under this paragraph may authorise any of the following in the course of providing non-medical fertility services—
(a)procuring sperm, and
(2) Subject to the provisions of this Act, a licence under this paragraph may be granted subject to such conditions as may be specified in the licence and may authorise the performance of any of the activities referred to in sub-paragraph (1) above in such manner as may be so specified.
(3) A licence under this paragraph shall be granted for such period not exceeding five years as may be specified in the licence.”,
(c)for paragraph 4(1), substitute—
“(1) A licence under this Schedule can only authorise activities to be carried on—
(a)on premises specified in the licence or, in the case of activities to which section 3(1A)(b) or (1B) or 4(1A) applies, on relevant third party premises, and
(b)under the supervision of an individual designated in the licence.
(1A) A licence which authorises activities falling within paragraph 1 or 1A above may not also authorise activities falling within paragraph 3 above.”,
(d)omit paragraph 4(2)(a), and
(e)for paragraph 4(2)(d) substitute—
“(d)apply to premises of the person who holds the licence in different places.”.
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