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10.—(1) Subject to paragraphs (2) to (4), the procedure at a public inquiry shall be determined by the inspector.
(2) Any person interested in the subject-matter of a public inquiry may appear at the inquiry in person or by a representative.
(3) Any person so interested may, whether or not he proposes to appear at the inquiry, send written representations for the consideration of the inspector to the address given in the notice of the inquiry.
(4) The inspector may refuse to hear any person, or to consider written representations from any person, if he considers that the views of that person are irrelevant or have already been adequately stated at the inquiry.
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