In carrying out an assessment1 the assessor2 must take into account any information given, or submissions made, by the relevant person's representative3, any section 39A IMCA4, any section 39C IMCA5, and any section 39D IMCA6.
If an assessment comes to the conclusion that the relevant person7 does not meet one of the qualifying requirements8 the supervisory body must give notice9 to any assessor who is carrying out another assessment in connection with the relevant procedure that they are to
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