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2. (1) A person who wishes to appeal to the Secretary of State under section 11D of the 1960 Act shall give written notice of the appeal to the Secretary of State.
(2) The notice of appeal shall be accompanied by the following—
(a)a full statement of the appellant’s case;
(b)a copy of any relevant application;
(c)a copy of any relevant certificate of registration or authorisation;
(d)a copy of any relevant correspondence between the appellant and the chief inspector;
(e)a copy of any decision or notice which is the subject-matter of the appeal;
(f)a statement indicating whether the appellant wishes the appeal to be in the form of a hearing or to be disposed of on the basis of written representations.
(3) Any request by the appellant that an appeal be withdrawn shall be made to the Secretary of State in writing.
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