[[(1) If the Secretary of State receives notice from a recognised supervisory body under section 1223A(1) (notification of matters relevant to [approved third country competent authorities]) that—
(a) a person has become eligible for appointment as a statutory auditor, or
(b) a person's eligibility for appointment as a statutory auditor has been withdrawn,
the Secretary of State must notify the relevant [approved third country competent authority].]
(2) In subsection (1) “the relevant [approved third country competent authority]” means the [approved third country competent authority] which has approved the person concerned. . . to carry out audits
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