195 Determination of disputes, appeals and evidence.E+W
(1)The Lord Chancellor may by regulations make provision for or in connection with—
(a)appeals against decisions relating to licences under licensing schemes under this Part or any failure to make such a decision,
(b)the determination of disputes relating to charging schemes or licensing schemes under this Part,
(c)appeals against such determinations or any failure to make such a determination, and
(d)the appointment of persons to hear any such appeals.
(2)The Lord Chancellor may by regulations make provision for or in connection with permitting evidence of a fact relevant to proceedings for an offence under this Part, or proceedings in respect of a failure to comply with the provisions of a charging scheme or licensing scheme under this Part, to be given by the production of—
(a)a record produced by a device specified in, or determined in accordance with, the regulations, and
(b)a certificate (whether in the same or another document) as to the circumstances in which the record was produced signed by a person so specified or determined.
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