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31.—(1) All sums payable by way of fees in respect of any inspection of a site in connection with an application for a wholesale dealer’s licence under regulation 27(1) must be paid—
(a)in advance of an application; or
(b)at the time that application is made.
(2) Except where paragraph (3) applies, the inspection fee payable as a consequence of paragraph (1) shall be the amount specified in paragraph 5(a) of Schedule 3.
(3) In a case where—
(a)the site to be inspected falls within the description specified in paragraph 7(1)(a) or (b) of Schedule 3; or
(b)the total turnover in respect of sales by way of wholesale dealing in authorised medicinal products of the wholesale dealer does not exceed £35,000 (within the meaning given in paragraph 7(2) of that Schedule),
the inspection fee payable as a consequence of paragraph (1) shall be the amount specified in paragraph 5(b) of Schedule 3.
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