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(1)A person on whom a restocking notice has been served who objects to the notice or to any condition contained therein may by notice served within the prescribed time and in the prescribed manner request the Minister [F2where the restocking notice relates to land in England and Wales, and the Scottish Ministers where the restocking notice relates to land in Scotland] to refer the matter to a committee appointed in accordance with section 27 of this Act; and—
(b)the committee, after compliance with subsection (3) of that section, shall thereupon make a report to the Minister [F3or, as the case may be, the Scottish Ministers].
(2)The Minister [F3or, as the case may be, the Scottish Ministers] may, after considering the committee’s report, direct the Commissioners to withdraw the notice or to notify the objector that it shall have effect subject to such modification as the Minister [F3or, as the case may be, the Scottish Ministers] shall direct.]
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