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The Civil Enforcement of Parking Contraventions (Representations and Appeals) (Wales) Regulations 2008

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PART 4DIRECTIONS AS TO INVALID NOTICES

Scope of Part 4

19.  Paragraph 20 applies to a case where—

(a)the order of a county court which has been made against a person (“a relevant person”) in accordance with regulation 15 of the Enforcement and Adjudication Regulations is deemed to have been revoked following the making of a witness statement; and

(b)the enforcement authority has referred the case to the adjudicator for directions.

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20.—(1) In a case to which this paragraph applies

(a)the proper officer shall enter particulars of the case in the register; and

(b)the adjudicator shall give directions as to the conduct of the proceedings unless he decides that no such directions are necessary.

(2) The adjudicator may, in particular—

(a)if it appears to him that no appeal has been made by the relevant person in relation to the subject matter of the case, direct that the case proceed as an appeal and, in that event, this Schedule (except paragraphs 2 and 3) shall apply as if an appeal had been duly made by the relevant person; or

(b)if it appears to him that an appeal has been made by the relevant person in relation to the subject matter of the case and that the appeal has been dismissed, direct that the case proceed as an application under paragraph 12 to review that decision.

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