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20.—(1) Schedule 7 is amended as follows.
(2) In Part 3, the words in the first line “in relation to each of the three compliance periods in respect of which the application for approval has been made” shall be omitted.
(3) In Part 3, the words in paragraph (d) “, in the three compliance periods in respect of which an application for approval is made” shall be omitted.
(4) In Part 4, paragraph 5, the words “for the three compliance periods in respect of which an application for approval is being made or has been granted under regulation 41” shall be omitted.
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