390 Final notices.E+W+S+N.I.
(1)If the Authority has given a person a decision notice and the matter was not referred to the Tribunal within the [F1time required by Tribunal Procedure Rules], the Authority must, on taking the action to which the decision notice relates, give the person concerned and any person to whom the decision notice was copied a final notice.
(2)If the Authority has given a person a decision notice and the matter was referred to the Tribunal, the Authority must, on taking action in accordance with any directions given by—
(a)the Tribunal, or
[F2(b)a court on an appeal against the decision of the Tribunal,]
give that person and any person to whom the decision notice was copied a final notice.
(3)A final notice about a statement must—
(a)set out the terms of the statement;
(b)give details of the manner in which, and the date on which, the statement will be published.
(4)A final notice about an order must—
(a)set out the terms of the order;
(b)state the date from which the order has effect.
(5)A final notice about a penalty must—
(a)state the amount of the penalty;
(b)state the manner in which, and the period within which, the penalty is to be paid;
(c)give details of the way in which the penalty will be recovered if it is not paid by the date stated in the notice.
(6)A final notice about a requirement to make a payment or distribution in accordance with section 384(5) must state—
(a)the persons to whom,
(b)the manner in which, and
(c)the period within which,
it must be made.
(7)In any other case, the final notice must—
(a)give details of the action being taken;
(b)state the date on which the action is to be taken.
(8)The period stated under subsection (5)(b) or (6)(c) may not be less than 14 days beginning with the date on which the final notice is given.
(9)If all or any of the amount of a penalty payable under a final notice is outstanding at the end of the period stated under subsection (5)(b), the Authority may recover the outstanding amount as a debt due to it.
(10)If all or any of a required payment or distribution has not been made at the end of a period stated in a final notice under subsection (6)(c), the obligation to make the payment is enforceable, on the application of the Authority, by injunction or, in Scotland, by an order under section 45 of the M1Court of Session Act 1988.
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