A personal licence is one granted by the appropriate authority1 qualifying the holder personally to apply regulated procedures2 of specified descriptions3.
Applications for personal licences must be made to the appropriate authority in such form and supported by such information as it may reasonably require4. Except where the appropriate authority dispenses with such requirements, any such application must be endorsed by a person who is for the time being specified in a relevant licence5 and who has knowledge of the education, training, experience and character of the applicant6.
Further, the appropriate authority must not grant a licence to a person unless
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