11(1)The Secretary of State may by regulations make provision for cases where, after the Secretary of State has revoked a person’s test certificate under paragraph 5(1), or a person’s licence and test certificate under paragraph 8(1), he receives notice—E+W+S
(a)that the person is appealing against a conviction or endorsement which was the basis or formed part of the basis for the revocation;
(b)that a court has quashed a conviction which was the basis or formed part of the basis for the revocation;
(c)that a court has quashed an endorsement which was the basis or formed part of the basis for the revocation and has not on doing so ordered that person to be disqualified;
(d)that a court has made an order which has the effect of reducing the penalty points taken into account for the purposes of section 2 to a number smaller than six.
(2)Regulations under sub-paragraph (1) may in particular make provision for—
(a)issuing licences for such period as may be prescribed;
(b)licences issued under the regulations to be treated as revoked in such circumstances as may be prescribed;
(c)re-issuing a test certificate which has been revoked under paragraph 5(1) or 8(1);
(d)suspending or terminating any prescribed conditions applied by virtue of paragraph 5(3);
(e)requiring such courts as may be prescribed to give notice to the Secretary of State of the matters mentioned in sub-paragraph (3).
(3)The matters referred to are—
(a)that a person whose certificate has been or is due to be revoked under paragraph 5(1) or whose licence and certificate have been or are due to be revoked under paragraph 8(1) is appealing against a conviction or endorsement which is the basis or forms part of the basis for the revocation;
(b)that such an appeal has been abandoned.
(4)Any regulations under this paragraph may—
(a)include such incidental or supplementary provision as appears to the Secretary of State to be expedient;
(b)make different provision for different cases.
(5)Any regulations under this paragraph shall be made by statutory instrument which shall be subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament.
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