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73.—(1) Where the Secretary of State grants an application for registration made under regulation 43 in respect of a producer of industrial or automotive batteries, the Secretary of State must within 14 days of the date the application is granted provide the appropriate authority with—
(a)details of the information submitted by the producer under regulation 43(2)(c);
(b)the producer’s battery producer registration number.
(2) Where the Secretary of State receives a notification under regulation 44, the Secretary of State must within 14 days of receiving the notification send a copy of it to the appropriate authority.
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