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(1) provision requiring the licence holder4 to enter into an agreement for a purpose specified in the licence and provision for determining the terms of the agreement5;
(2) provision requiring the licence holder to comply with any requirements imposed at any time (by directions or otherwise) by a person with respect to any matter specified, or of a description specified, in the
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