A duly authorised person1 may require a person to produce for inspection any records which the person is required to keep by, or by virtue of, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 19902 and the duly authorised person may inspect and take copies of the records3.
Where such records are stored in any electronic form, this power includes power to require the records to be made available for inspection in a visible and legible form or in a form from which they can be readily produced in a visible and legible form4.
Where qualifying gametes or embryos5 are imported from a
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