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11.—(1) Where the Authority grants an authorisation or an application to vary additional conditions under regulation 9, it shall give notice to the applicant informing the applicant—
(a)that the authorisation or application has been granted;
(b)of the conditions which apply to the authorisation;
(c)in the case of an application under regulation 4, where the decision is to grant an authorisation subject to additional conditions—
(i)of its reasons for imposing those conditions; and
(ii)of the applicant’s right to ask for a review of the decision under regulation 12; and
(d)of the period for which the authorisation is given.
(2) Where the Authority refuses to grant an authorisation or an application to vary a condition under regulation 9, it shall give notice to the applicant informing the applicant—
(a)that the authorisation or application has been refused;
(b)of the reasons for its decision; and
(c)of the applicant’s right to ask for a review of the decision under regulation 12.
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