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(1)A review of an antisocial behaviour notice under section 69(1) shall be carried out by a person (a “reviewer”) who had no involvement in the decision to issue the notice and who is senior to the person who was responsible for the processes culminating in that decision.
(2)The reviewer may—
(a)confirm the notice;
(b)vary any part of it;
(c)suspend the notice for such period as may be specified pending completion of the review; or
(d)revoke the notice.
(3)The local authority shall notify the person who requested the review of the decision reached on review and the reasons for reaching that decision.
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