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28. (1) A national small series type approval certificate must be in the form set out in Part 1 of Schedule 6 (or a form to the like effect).
(2) An individual approval certificate must be in the form set out in Part 2 of Schedule 6 which is appropriate to the category of vehicle in respect of which it is issued (or a form to the like effect).
(3) A national small series certificate of conformity must be in the same format as that prescribed in Annex IX to the Framework Directive for an EC certificate of conformity relating to a vehicle of the same category and class containing such particulars as are relevant to the vehicle in respect of which it is issued, save that—
(a)the certificate must carry the heading “National Small Series Certificate of Conformity (United Kingdom)”;
(b)for each reference to an EC type approval there must be substituted a reference to a national small series type approval, and
(c)for “EC type-approved”, in each place the expression occurs, there must be substituted “nationally type-approved”.
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