(1) In this section “relevant document” means—
(a) an exemption certificate issued under section 166, 169 or 171;
(b) a notice of a kind mentioned in section 166(3)(b), 169(4)(b) or 171(4)(b);
(c) an accessibility certificate (see section 176);
(d) an approval certificate (see section 177).
(2) A person commits an offence if, with intent to deceive, the person—
(a) forges, alters or uses a relevant document;
(b) lends a relevant document to another person;
(c) allows a relevant document to be used by another person;
(d) makes or has possession of a document which closely resembles a relevant document.
(3) A person guilty of an offence
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