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2. (1) A person who wishes to appeal to the Tribunal—
(a)under section 4(1)(a) of the Act, against a decision to include him in the list;
(b)under regulation 13 of the Education Regulations, against a decision to give a direction under regulation 5 of those Regulations; or
(c)under regulation 13 of the Education Regulations, against a decision not to revoke or vary such a direction,
must do so by application in writing to the Secretary.
(2) An application under this regulation must—
(a)give the applicant’s name, date of birth and full postal address;
(b)give sufficient information concerning the decision appealed against to make clear whether it falls within paragraph (1)(a), (1)(b) or (1)(c);
(c)give the reasons why the applicant believes he should not be included in the list, or why he believes the direction should not have been given, or should be revoked or varied, as the case may be;
(d)give the name, address and profession of the person (if any) representing the applicant;
(e)state whether the Secretary should send documents concerning the application to the applicant’s address or to the representative’s address, if either is in the United Kingdom;
(f)otherwise, give an address within the United Kingdom to which documents concerning the application intended for the applicant may be sent; and
(g)be signed by the applicant.
(3) An application under this regulation must be received by the Secretary no later than the first working day after the expiry of three months from the date of the letter informing the applicant of the decision.
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