Where a claim is made before the Registrar General1 that a person is or is not the parent of a child and it is necessary or desirable for the purpose of any function of the Registrar General to determine whether the claim is or may be well-founded, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority2 must comply with any request made by the Registrar General by notice to the Authority to disclose whether any information on the register kept in pursuance of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 19903 tends to show that the person may be a parent of the
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