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8. Registration of a producer shall be subject to the conditions that the producer will—
(a)comply with his obligations set out in regulation 4(4);
(b)provide any information reasonably requested by the appropriate Agency with regard to the obligations referred to in paragraph (a) above;
(c)inform the appropriate Agency of—
(i)any change in the circumstances of the producer which relate to the registration of the producer and, where the producer is a partnership, any change of partners;
(ii)any material change in the information provided in accordance with regulation 7(4)(b); and
(iii)any material change in the further information provided in accordance with regulation 7(4)(c), or 7(9), as the case may be,
within 28 days of the occurrence of any such change;
(d)provide records and returns to the appropriate Agency as required by regulation 20;
(e)notify the appropriate Agency that he wishes to cancel his registration where he has become a member of a registered scheme or has ceased to be a producer in respect of a year;
(f)comply with the operational plan submitted under regulation 7(4)(f) or, if a revised plan has been submitted under paragraph (g) below, with the most recent version so submitted; and
(g)on or before 31st January in a relevant year, provide to the appropriate Agency a revised version of the operational plan.
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