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19. Where a person who, at the date when an area is first designated as a controlled area by regulations of the county council under this Order, is the operator of a public off-street parking place at premises in that area which have at that date been used as such a parking place for a continuous period of not less than six months duly makes an application to the local authority for a licence in respect of those premises before the expiration of the period prescribed for such applications in respect of parking places in operation at that date, and the local authority decide either—
(a)to refuse the application; or
(b)to grant the applicant a licence on terms and conditions specified under Article 7(b) and (c) of this Order such that under the licence the applicant will not be able to operate the premises as a parking place to such advantage or potential advantage as immediately before he made his application,
paragraph 22 of this Schedule shall apply to that decision of the local authority.
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