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21. A person who is aggrieved by —
(a)the dismissal by a magistrates' court of an appeal to it under paragraph (1) of regulation 20; or
(b)any decision of such a court to make a hygiene prohibition order or a hygiene emergency prohibition order,
may appeal to the Crown Court.
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