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11.—(1) The appropriate Agency may cancel the registration with it of a producer where it appears to the appropriate Agency that—
(a)the producer is in breach of any of the conditions specified in regulation 8; or
(b)the producer knowingly or recklessly supplied false information in connection with his application for registration, or with compliance with any of the conditions specified in regulation 8.
(2) The appropriate Agency shall cancel the registration with it of a producer where it is notified that the producer has become a member of a registered scheme or has otherwise ceased to be subject to the producer registration obligation in respect of a year.
(3) Before cancellation of a registration under paragraphs (1) or (2) above, the appropriate Agency shall serve on the producer concerned written notice of—
(a)its decision to cancel;
(b)the reasons for the decision;
(c)the date when cancellation will take effect, not being earlier than—
(i)in the case of cancellation under paragraph (1) above, the expiration of the time limit for an appeal against the notice provided for in paragraph 2 of Schedule 6;
(ii)in the case of cancellation under paragraph (2) above, 5 days from the date of the notice;
(d)the right of appeal under Part VI of these Regulations; and
(e)where cancellation is under paragraph (1), a statement as to the offence specified in regulation 40(1)(a).
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