[(1) A section 178 notice must be in such form, include such information and be accompanied by such documents as the [appropriate regulator] may reasonably require.
(2) [Each regulator] must publish a list of its requirements as to the form, information and accompanying documents for a section 178 notice.
(3) The [appropriate regulator] may impose different requirements for different cases and may vary or waive requirements in particular cases.]
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