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6.—(1) The approval of an inspector given by a designated body or by the Secretary of State shall cease to have effect at the end of a period of five years from the date on which it was given.
(2) The approval of an inspector may be withdrawn by a notice in writing given to the inspector by the person who approved that inspector.
(3) The Secretary of State may withdraw the designation of a designated body by giving the body notice in writing, but—
(a)such withdrawal shall not affect the operation of any subsisting approval given by the body, and
(b)a subsisting approval may be withdrawn by the Secretary of State as if it had been given by the Secretary of State.
(4) Where an approved inspector is convicted of an offence under section 57 of the Act(1) (false or misleading notices and certificates etc.), the person by whom the approval was given may on receipt of a certificate of the conviction forthwith withdraw the approval and no further approval shall be given to an approved inspector whose approval has been withdrawn for a period of five years beginning with the date of the conviction.
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