Where the application for a supplementary protection certificate and the product1 to which it relates meets the prescribed conditions2, the relevant authority3 must grant the certificate4; but that authority must5 reject the application for a certificate if the application or the product to which it relates does not meet the prescribed conditions6. Where the application for a certificate does not meet the conditions relating to the content of such an application7, the relevant authority must ask the applicant to rectify the irregularity, or to settle the fee, within a stated time8. If the irregularity is not so rectified or
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