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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

PUBLIC LAW 100-532—OCT. 25, 1988

102 STAT. 2659

hearing, except that the Administrator shall not cancel a registration under this subparagraph if— "(I) during the comment period a person acquires the rights of the registrant in that registration; "(11) during the comment period that person furnishes a notice of intent to reregister the pesticide in accordance with paragraph (2); and "(III) not later than 120 days after the publication of the notice under this subparagraph, that person has complied with paragraph (3) and the fee prescribed by subsection (i)(1) has been paid. "(6) SUSPENSIONS AND PENALTIES.—The Administrator shall issue a notice of intent to suspend the registration of a pesticide in accordance with the procedures prescribed by section 3(c)(2)(B)(iv) if the Administrator determines that (A) progress is insufficient to ensure the submission of the data required for such pesticide under a commitment made under paragraph (3)(B) within the time period prescribed by paragraph (4)(B) or (B) the registrant has not submitted such data to the Administrator within such time period. "(e) PHASE THREE.— "(1) INFORMATION ABOUT STUDIES.—Each

registrant of a pesticide that contains an active ingredient listed under subparagraph (B), (C), or (D) of subsection (c)(2) who has submitted a notice under subsection (d)(2) of an intent to seek the reregistration of such pesticide shall submit, in accordance with the guidelines issued under paragraph (4), to the Administrator— "(A) a summary of each study concerning the active ingredient previously submitted by the registrant in support of the registration of a pesticide containing such active ingredient and considered by the registrant to be adequate to meet the requirements of section 3 and the regulations issued under such section; "(B) a summary of each study concerning the active ingredient previously submitted by the registrant in support of the registration of a pesticide containing such active ingredient that may not comply with the requirements of section 3 and the regulations issued under such section but which the registrant asserts should be deemed to comply with such requirements and regulations; "(C) a reformat of the data from each study summarized under subparagraph (A) or (B) by the registrant concerning chronic dosing, oncogenicity, reproductive effects, mutagenicity, neurotoxicity, teratogenicity, or residue chemistry of the active ingredient that were submitted to the Administrator before January 1, 1982; "(D) where data described in subparagraph (C) are not required for the active ingredient by regulations issued under section 3, a reformat of acute and subchronic dosing data submitted by the registrant to the Administrator before January 1, 1982, that the registrant considers to be adequate to meet the requirements of section 3 and the regulations issued under such section; "(E) an identification of data that are required to be submitted to the Administrator under section 6(a)(2) indicating an adverse effect of the pesticide;