The Members of the
Carboxylic acids REACH consortium (n-Valeric acid) for
the registration of the substance
n-Valeric acid under
(here thereafter referred to as “Consortium ”) agree that the data, studies, summaries,
waiving argumentations, reasoning of testing proposals and/or assessments specified
in detail below, either jointly or individually owned by and/or licensed to the
Members of the Consortium and submitted by its Member the Lead Registrant
in support of the registration under REACH of substance
n-Valeric acid (hereinafter
collectively referred to as the “Dossier”), may be referred to, pursuant to Article
10 (a) last para. REACH, (or Articles 17 (2) second last para, or 18 (2) second
last para. respectively for Intermediates) by the Applicant.
LoA will be issued per group of companies. Please fill in the application form only once for all affiliated group companies.
If you act on behalf of several non-EU legal entities that are not related to each
other, please fill in new application form for each of your principals.
Do you want to disclose the name of the party you represent?
This Letter of Access does not create any rights for third parties or any liability towards third parties in relation to the data for which access is granted.
Authorized Representative of the Consortium.
I have read and I agree with the legal Terms of the Agreement.
Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006; as may be amended from time to time.
If you choose not to disclose the Third Party represented, MLA reserves the right
to appoint a neutral party that is entitled to audit the accuracy of the Third Party
Representative's submission whilst guaranteeing the confidentiality of the Third
Party. The Third Party Representative hereby agrees to such third party audit.
LoA applicants will be informed by separate email or via SIEF communication if the
CSR and guidance on safe use will be prepared jointly and also submitted jointly,
or rather whether they will be prepared jointly but will have to be submitted
individually. In the latter case, LoA applicants will receive the CSR
and guidance on safe use via a Iuclid so-called "export file" and must then insert
it themselves into their individual REACH registration.