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The Health Service Products (Provision and Disclosure of Information) Regulations 2018

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5.—(1) This regulation applies to a Specials MoU member—

(a)who does not provide the specials information to the Secretary of State for an MoU quarter within the submission period; or

(b)who, before the Specials MoU end date, ceases to be a Specials MoU member.

Such a member is referred to in this paragraph as an “exiting member”.

(2) An exiting member must comply with regulations 11, 12 and 13 on and after the exit date.

(3) An exiting member must comply with regulation 14 in respect of each transitional quarter which begins on or after the exit date.

(4) In addition, where the exit date falls during a transitional quarter, the exiting member must comply with regulation 14 in respect of the remaining part of that quarter.

(5) In this regulation—

“exit date”—

(a)

in relation to an exiting member to whom sub-paragraph (1)(a) applies, means the day after the day on which the submission period ends;

(b)

in relation to an exiting member to whom sub-paragraph (1)(b) applies, means the day on which the member ceases to be a member;

“MoU quarter” means a quarterly period—

(a)

which is specified in the Specials MoU as a period for which specials information is to be provided, and

(b)

for which the submission period ends after 1st August 2018;

“specials information” means the information which a Specials MoU member is required under the Specials MoU to provide to the Secretary of State in respect of each MoU quarter;

“submission period” means the period within which the specials information must be provided to the Secretary of State following the end of the relevant MoU quarter.

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