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10.—(1) Where the Agency is satisfied that the continued operation of a first point of introduction designated under Article 5 presents a serious risk to public health, it may suspend the designation of the first point of introduction either in full or in part by the service on the operator of the point of introduction of a written notice to that effect.
(2) Upon service of a notice under paragraph (1), the point of introduction shall cease to be a designated first point of introduction under Article 5 to the extent so specified in that notice until it is again so designated under Article 5.
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