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Practical advice for sharing data and submitting jointly with co-registrants

Data sharing and joint submission are not designed to generate profit for anyone, but to share the actual costs between all co-registrants (you, other potential registrants and existing registrants) who need that data.

You and your co-registrants operate in the same market. You should critically assess all the information you receive while interacting with the co-registrants with whom you share the cost.

Co-registrants have to make every effort to reach an agreement on sharing data, submitting together and sharing cost in a fair, transparent and non-discriminatory way.

Making every effort to find an agreement means:

  • being clear about your needs
  • asking questions to make sure the price has been decided in a fair, transparent and non-discriminatory way
  • requesting clarification when there are misunderstandings
  • challenging any items that are disagreed with valid arguments.

Practical advice for sharing data and submitting jointly with co-registrants

Negotiation advice

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Make every effort to come to an agreement. These dos and don'ts can help you make your negotiations successful.

Dos and Don'ts

Know your needs

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Compare the information requirements for the tonnage band of the substance you manufacture or import (1-10 or 10-100 tonnes a year) and type of registration (standard or intermediate) with data that you already have.

Information requirements

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