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(1)If the borough council refuse to grant a licence under this Part of this Act they shall notify the applicant in writing—
(a)of their decision and of the ground or grounds for such refusal; and
(b)of his rights of appeal specified in this section.
(2)Any person aggrieved—
(a)by the refusal of a borough council to grant a licence; or
(b)by a condition imposed by a borough council under subsection (1) of section 14 (Grant of licence) of this Act;
may appeal to a magistrates' court acting for the area in which the proposed occasional sale is to be held.
(3)A person desiring to appeal against such refusal or condition shall give a written notice to the magistrates' court and to the borough council specifying the refusal or condition against which he wishes to appeal and the grounds upon which such appeal is made.
(4)On an appeal to the magistrates' court under this section, the court may make such order as it thinks fit and it shall be the duty of the borough council to give effect to the order.
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