(1) Unless a direction otherwise is given under paragraph 9, a specified function, so far as exercisable in respect of—
(a) an application that a person proposes to make under section 62D,
(b) an application made under section 62D, or
(c) a secondary consent (within the meaning given by section 62H) in respect of which section 62F(2) applies,
is to be exercised by a person appointed for the purpose by the Welsh Ministers under this paragraph.
(2) A “specified function”, for the purposes of sub-paragraph (1), is a function exercisable by the Welsh Ministers, under or by virtue of this Act, that is prescribed in regulations made for the purposes of this paragraph by the Welsh Ministers.
(3) Regulations under this paragraph may contain incidental or consequential provision.
Unless a direction otherwise is given under paragraph 9—
(a) an application made under section 62M or 62O is to be determined by a person appointed for the purpose by the Welsh Ministers under this paragraph;
(b) functions exercisable by the Welsh Ministers, by virtue of section 61Z1, in respect of an application that a person proposes to make under section 62M or 62O, are to be exercised by a person appointed for the purpose by the Welsh Ministers under this paragraph.
Where a person has been appointed under paragraph 1 or 2 in respect of an application or consent, the Welsh Ministers may at any time—
(a) revoke the appointment, and
(b) appoint another person, in respect of the application or consent, under paragraph 1 or
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