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Additional time limits for notifying applicants

    (1)     The time limit set out in regulation 486(3)(a) does not apply to an application to renew a major hazard facility licence if—

        (a)     the Authority is of the opinion that it will not be able to satisfy itself of the matters referred to in Subdivisions 1 and 5 of Division 1 and regulation 494 within 6 months; and

        (b)     the Authority gives the applicant written notice of that opinion within 6 months after the date the application was received, and that notice specifies the date by which the Authority will decide the application.

    (2)     For the purposes of subregulation (1)(b), the Authority may only specify a date that is within 18 months after the date it received the application.

    (3)     If subregulation (1) applies, the Authority must give the applicant a written notice stating the Authority's intention to renew, or to propose to refuse to renew the licence on or before the date specified under subregulation (1)(b).

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