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Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014

Section 117: Appeals

308.Subsection (1) confers a right of appeal to the magistrates’ court on a person issued with a notice. Any appeal must be brought within 21 days of the date of issue of a notice (subsection (2)).

309.Subsection (3) has the effect that any requirement imposed by the notice does not have effect while the appeal is outstanding.

310.Subsection (4) prescribes that the court may quash the notice, modify the notice or dismiss the appeal on hearing an appeal.

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