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6.—(1) The Secretary of State must grant an approval, authorisation, licence or registration under these Regulations if the Secretary of State is satisfied that the provisions of the EU TSE Regulation and these Regulations will be complied with.
(2) It must be in writing, and must specify—
(a)the address of the premises;
(b)the name of the occupier; and
(c)the purpose for which it is granted.
(3) It may be made subject to such conditions as are necessary to—
(a)ensure that the provisions of the EU TSE Regulation and these Regulations will be complied with; or
(b)protect public or animal health.
(4) Where refusing to grant an approval, authorisation, licence or registration, or granting one subject to conditions, the Secretary of State must—
(a)give reasons in writing; and
(b)explain that the applicant has the right to make written representations to a person appointed by the Secretary of State.
(5) The appeals procedure in regulation 10 then applies.
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