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8.—(1) If the Safety Authority issues an authorisation for the placing in service of a vehicle, the Safety Authority must issue a determination of type in relation to the vehicle.
(2) If the Safety Authority issues an authorisation for the placing in service of a structural subsystem that is not a vehicle, the Safety Authority may, with the consent of the person who applied for the authorisation, issue a determination of type in relation to that subsystem.
(3) The person who applied for the authorisation may make an application to the Safety Authority requesting the Safety Authority to make a determination of type under paragraph (2) and the Safety Authority must consider any such application.
(4) A determination of type must describe the basic design characteristics of the structural subsystem.
(5) If the Safety Authority considers it necessary as a result of changes to TSIs or notified national technical rules it may modify, suspend or withdraw a determination of type.
(6) The Safety Authority must notify the European Railway Agency of a determination of type for the placing in service of any vehicle and of any modification, suspension or withdrawal of such a determination in accordance with Annex II and section 5.2 of Annex I to Commission Implementing Decision 2011/665/EU of 4th October 2011 on the European register of authorised types of railway vehicles(1), as Annex II and section 5.2 is amended from time to time.
(7) Following an authorisation under regulation 9 the Safety Authority is not required to make a further determination under this regulation.
(8) The Safety Authority must publish a list of the determination of types for structural subsystems that are not vehicles and keep the list up to date.
O.J. No. L 264, 8.10.2011, p32.
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