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9.Fees payable under the Manufacture and Storage of Explosives Regulations 2005 and certain other provisions concerning explosives, including acetylene, and under the Petroleum (Consolidation) Act 1928 and the Petroleum (Transfer of Licences) Act 1936
FEES PAYABLE UNDER THE MANUFACTURE AND STORAGE OF EXPLOSIVES REGULATIONS 2005 AND CERTAIN OTHER PROVISIONS CONCERNING EXPLOSIVES, INCLUDING ACETYLENE, AND UNDER THE PETROLEUM (CONSOLIDATION) ACT 1928 AND THE PETROLEUM (TRANSFER OF LICENCES) ACT 1936
PART 1 APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES, OR VARIATIONS OF LICENCES, TO MANUFACTURE OR STORE EXPLOSIVES MADE TO THE EXECUTIVE WHERE IT IS THE LICENSING AUTHORITY BY VIRTUE OF PARAGRAPHS 1(b) OR (c) OR 2 OF SCHEDULE 1 TO THE 2005 REGULATIONS
PART 2 APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES TO STORE EXPLOSIVES AND FOR REGISTRATION IN RELATION TO THE STORAGE OF EXPLOSIVES MADE TO LICENSING AUTHORITIES WHICH ARE LICENSING AUTHORITIES BY VIRTUE OF PARAGRAPH 1(a) OF SCHEDULE 1 TO THE 2005 REGULATIONS
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