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11. In section 7 (penalty for obtaining registration by false representation)—
(a)in the side-note, after “registration” insert “or recognition”; and
(b)for section 7(1), substitute—
“(1) A person commits an offence if the person intentionally—
(a)becomes or attempts to become registered under this Act, or
(b)does any of the things mentioned in subsection (1A) anywhere in or outside the United Kingdom.
(1A) Those things are—
(a)making to the Board or to the Registrar,
(b)producing to the Board or to the Registrar,
(c)causing to be made to the Board or to the Registrar, or
(d)causing to be produced to the Board or to the Registrar
any false or fraudulent representation or declaration (whether oral or written).”.
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