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18. Determination of applications: warning notices and decision notices

(1) If the Registrar proposes —
(a) to grant a licence but to exercise its power under section 10(5)(a) or (b);
(b) to grant a licence but to exercise its power under section 14(1) in connection with the application for a licence;
(c) to vary a licence on the application of a licensed person but to exercise its power under section 10(5)(a) or (b);
(d) to vary a licence but to exercise its power under section 14(1) in connection with the application for variation,
it must give the applicant a warning notice.
(2) If the Registrar proposes to refuse an application made under this Part, it must give the applicant a warning notice.
(3) If the Registrar decides —
(a) to grant a licence but to exercise its power under section 10(5)(a) or (b);
(b) to grant a licence but to exercise its power under section 14(1) in connection with the grant of the licence;
(c) to vary a licence on the application of a licensed person but to exercise its power under section 10(5)(a) or (b);
(d) to vary a licence on the application of a licensed person but to exercise its power under section 14(1) in connection with the variation; or
(e) to refuse an application made under this Part,
it must give the applicant a decision notice.