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77. (1) Where an appropriate authority grants an application for registration made under regulation 26(3) or 26(4) in respect of a producer of portable batteries who is also a producer of industrial or automotive batteries, the appropriate authority must within 14 days of the date the application is granted provide the Secretary of State with—
(a)details of the information submitted in respect of the producer under regulation 27(b);
(b)the producer’s battery producer registration number.
(2) If an appropriate authority receives a notification under regulation 29 in respect of a producer of portable batteries who is also a producer of industrial or automotive batteries, the appropriate authority must within 14 days of receipt of the notification send a copy of it to the Secretary of State.
(3) If an appropriate authority (“the first authority”)—
(a)receives a notification under regulation 29 in respect of a scheme member or small producer; and
(b)another appropriate authority (“the second authority”) maintains the register on which the information in relation to that scheme member or small producer is entered,
the first authority must within 14 days of receipt of the notification send a copy of it to the second authority.
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