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Articles 30(5) and 32(3).
1. Instructions given to a person by an inspector in pursuance of Article 32(3) shall not come into force until the expiration of the prescribed period beginning with the day when the instructions are given to him and, if during that period the person gives notice to the inspector that he objects to the instructions, shall not come into force except as agreed in writing by the person or as directed by the Department.N.I.
2. Where in pursuance of paragraph 1 a person gives to an inspector notice of objection to instructions, the inspector shall refer the instructions to the Department.N.I.
3. Where instructions are referred to the Department in pursuance of paragraph 2, the Department shall—N.I.
(a)invite representations in writing about the instructions from the inspector who gave them and from the person to whom they were given and consider any representations made in response to the invitations within the periods specified in the invitations; and
(b)direct that the instructions shall come into force, without modifications or with modifications specified in the direction, on a day so specified or shall not come into force and to give notice of the direction to the inspector and the person in question.
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