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(1)A person on whom an overcrowding statutory notice is served may make representations to the local authority concerning the notice within 7 days of the notice being served.
(2)A local authority must consider any representations made under subsection (1) and respond to the person within 7 days of the representations having been made by—
(a)confirming the notice,
(b)varying the notice, or
(c)revoking the notice.
(3)Where the local authority fails to respond in accordance with subsection (2), the overcrowding statutory notice is revoked.
(4)Where this section applies to the variation of an overcrowding statutory notice by virtue of section 24(4)(a), subsection (3) of this section only applies to the variation of the overcrowding statutory notice.
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