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Replacement registration certificates

100 Replacement registration certificates

(1) A subagent may apply to the chief executive for the replacement of a lost, stolen, destroyed or damaged registration certificate.
(2) The application must be made in the approved form.
(3) The chief executive must grant the application if the chief executive is satisfied the registration certificate has been lost, stolen or destroyed, or damaged in a way to require its replacement.
(4) If the chief executive grants the application, the chief executive must issue another registration certificate to the subagent to replace the lost, stolen, destroyed or damaged certificate.
(5) The chief executive may also replace a registration certificate if—
(a) either—
(i) the holder of the certificate has given written notice to the chief executive of a prescribed change under section 29 ; or
(ii) the chief executive reasonably believes a prescribed change for the holder of the certificate has happened; and
(b) the chief executive is satisfied that the prescribed change requires a replacement of the certificate.
(6) If the chief executive replaces a registration certificate under this section—
(a) the registration for which the certificate was issued continues to be subject to the same conditions and term that the registration was subject to before the certificate was replaced; and
(b) the holder of the certificate must pay the chief executive the fee prescribed under a regulation.
(7) In this section—

"prescribed change" see section 29 (2) .

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