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(1)A person given notice under section 50(2) of this Act of a decision to implement a proposal may, within fourteen days after that notice is given, appeal to the sheriff against the decision.
(2)On such an appeal the sheriff may—
(a)confirm the decision; or
(b)direct that it shall not have effect.
(3)The sheriff shall also have power, on such an appeal—
(a)to vary any condition which, by virtue of section 46 of this Act, is in force in respect of the person;
(b)to direct that any such condition shall cease to have effect; or
(c)to direct that a condition which the sheriff thinks fit to impose shall have effect in respect of the person.
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