What happens if notice of readiness is tendered whilst at anchor, before a required hold survey is made, and the ship then fails the survey?

The notice of readiness given will be invalid, and a new notice of readiness will have to be tendered once the holds have been further prepared and pass another survey.

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Are there any circumstances in which a master could tender an invalid notice of readiness, but laytime could still commence?

Why is it often important to tender notice as soon as possible at weekends?