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(1)Where, on an application made by the Chapter for the approval of the fabric advisory committee, approval is refused or is given subject to conditions, the Chapter may within the prescribed period appeal to the Commission.
(2)Where, on an application made by the Chapter for the approval of the fabric advisory committee, the application is not determined by the fabric advisory committee with the period of 3 months immediately following the making of the application, the Chapter may, by notice given within the prescribed period to the Commission, request that the application be dealt with by the Commission.
(3)The Commission, on considering an appeal under subsection (1), may reverse, confirm or vary the decision of the fabric advisory committee or any part of it.
(4)The Commission, on dealing with an application for approval under subsection (2), shall, after considering any representations made to the fabric advisory committee under section 8, determine whether to give its approval to the proposal, either unconditionally or subject to such conditions as it may specify, or whether to refuse to give its approval; and any such determination shall have effect as if it had been given by the fabric advisory committee, except that subsection (1) shall not apply in respect of the determination.
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