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(1)In this section “a notice” means an improvement notice or a prohibition notice.
(2)A person on whom a notice is served may within such period from the date of its service as may be prescribed appeal to an [F1employment tribunal]; and on such an appeal the tribunal may either cancel or affirm the notice and, if it affirms it, may do so either in its original form or with such modifications as the tribunal may in the circumstances think fit.
(3)Where an appeal under this section is brough against a notice within the period allowed under the preceding subsection, then—
(a)in the case of an improvement notice, the bringing of the appeal shall have the effect of suspending the operation of the notice until the appeal is finally disposed of or, if the appeal is withdrawn, until the withdrawal of the appeal;
(b)in the case of a prohibition notice, the bringing of the appeal shall have the like effect if, but only if, on the application of the appellant the tribunal so directs (and then only from the giving of the direction).
(4)One or more assessors may be appointed for the purposes of any proceedings brought before an [F1employment tribunal] under this section.
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