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7. (1) A registered person shall keep at his principal place of business, or at any other premises at which he carries on business as a registration plate supplier, records which meet the requirements of paragraphs (2) to (4).
(2) Each sale of a registration plate shall be recorded by date and the record relating to that sale shall be kept for a period of at least three years after such date.
(3) In respect of each sale there shall be recorded—
(a)the information obtained in accordance with regulation 6;
(b)the registration mark displayed on the registration plate (where not recorded under sub-paragraph (a)); and
(c)details of all documents used for verification in accordance with regulation 6(6), (7) or (8).
(4) The details referred to in paragraph (3)(c) shall include—
(a)in the case of a document used for verification in accordance with regulation 6(6), such particulars or numbers (if any) appearing on the document as purport to make it, or those particulars or numbers (or both), unique to the purchaser and which in the case of a document referred to in paragraph 1(a) or 2(a) of the Schedule shall be the driver number;
(b)in the case of a document referred to in paragraph 1(c) or 4(a) of the Schedule the reference number of that document and in the case of the document referred to in paragraph 4(g) of the Schedule, the reference number referred to in that document.
(5) The record of the details of a document used for verification may consist of a copy of that document.
(6) Section 24(4) of the Act shall apply to the provisions of this regulation.
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