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(1)Rules of court—
(a)may make provision about appeals against decisions within subsection (2) (including provision which modifies provision made by or under any Act as it applies to such appeals), and
(b)to the extent that provision is not made by or under any Act for appeals against such decisions, must make such provision (including provision about the route of such appeals).
(2)Those decisions are—
(a)decisions to permit, or refuse to permit, publication of information for the purposes of section 12 or Condition 3 in section 13,
(b)decisions to impose, or refuse to impose, conditions on permission granted for those purposes, and
(c)decisions to prohibit or restrict, or refuse to prohibit or restrict, publication of information for the purposes of section 12 or Condition 5 in section 13.
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