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37. The Secretary of State shall approve one or more certification schemes, but before doing so must be satisfied that the scheme contains appropriate provision—
(a)for ensuring that its members are fit and proper persons who are qualified (by their education, training and experience) to produce home condition reports;
(b)for ensuring that its members have in force suitable indemnity insurance;
(c)for facilitating the resolution of complaints against its members;
(d)for requiring home condition reports made by its members to be entered onto the register kept pursuant to Part 9;
(e)for the keeping of a public register of its members; and
(f)for requiring all members of all certification schemes as have been approved, to make home condition reports using a standard form for the type of dwelling-house which is or forms part of the property, which—
(i)includes a statement of the procedures for the resolution of complaints against members;
(ii)includes a statement of such procedures as are maintained by the scheme for rectifying inaccuracies in a particular home condition report; and
(iii)includes a numerical scale for rating the conditions within the property.
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