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18.—(1) Subject to the following paragraphs and regulation 19, an appeal which lies from a relevant decision must be brought within one month of the date of notification of that decision.
(2) For the purposes of calculating the period in paragraph (1), where a written statement is requested under regulation 10, no account shall be taken of any period beginning with the day on which the relevant authority received the request for a statement and ending with the day on which that statement was provided to that person.
(3) Where the relevant authority—
(a)revises a decision under paragraph 3 of Schedule 7 to the Act;
(b)following an application for a revision under regulation 4, does not revise; or
(c)supersedes a decision under paragraph 4 of Schedule 7 to the Act,
subject to paragraph (2), the period of one month shall begin to run from the date of notification of that revision or supersession, or following an application for a revision, the date the authority issues a notice that it is not revising the decision.
(4) Where a dispute arises as to whether an appeal was brought within the time limit specified in this regulation, the dispute shall be referred to, and be determined by, a legally qualified panel member.
(5) The time limit specified in this regulation for bringing an appeal may be extended in accordance with regulation 19.
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