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The Registered Homes (Northern Ireland) Order 1992

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Ordinary procedure for registration, etc. by Board

11.—(1) Subject to paragraph (2), where—

(a)a person applies for registration under this Part; and

(b)the Board proposes to grant his application,

the Board shall give him written notice of its proposal and of the conditions subject to which it proposes to grant his application.

(2) The Board need not give notice of such a proposal if it proposes to grant the application subject only to conditions which—

(a)the applicant specified in the application; or

(b)the Board and the applicant have subsequently agreed.

(3) The Board shall give an applicant notice of a proposal to refuse his application.

(4) Except where it makes an application under Article 10 and subject to paragraph (5), the Board shall give any person registered in respect of a residential care home notice of a proposal—

(a)to cancel the registration;

(b)to vary any condition for the time being in force in respect of the home by virtue of this Part; or

(c)to impose any additional condition.

(5) The Board need not give a person registered in respect of a residential care home notice of a proposal such as is mentioned in paragraph (4)(b) or (c) if the variation or additional condition in question is to be made or imposed on the application of, or with the agreement of, that person.

(6) A notice under this Article shall give the Board’s reasons for its proposal.

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