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8(1)A recipient of a notice may make representations to the council as to why the notice ought not to have been given.
(2)If, having considered any representations made under sub-paragraph (1), the council considers that a fixed penalty notice ought not to have been given, it may give to the person a notice withdrawing the fixed penalty notice.
(3)Where a notice under sub-paragraph (2) is given—
(a)the council must repay any amount which has been paid in pursuance of the fixed penalty notice, and
(b)no proceedings are to be commenced against the person for the offence.
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