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58.—(1) A person to whom proceedings relate upon whom the registrar has served an application for permission to refer a case under this Part may serve a respondent’s notice, and must do so if—
(a)that person wants to make representations to the court; or
(b)the court so directs.
(2) The respondent must serve the respondent’s notice on—
(a)the Attorney General; and
(3) The respondent must serve the respondent’s notice not more than 14 days after—
(a)the registrar serves the application; or
(b)a direction to do so.
(4) The respondent’s notice must—
(a)state whether the respondent wants to make representations at the hearing of the application for permission or reference and whether he wants to do so in person or by a legal representative on his behalf;
(b)include or attach any application for the following, stating the reasons for the application—
(i)an extension of time within which to serve the respondent’s notice; and
(ii)permission to be present at a hearing under regulation 7(2) of the 2009 Regulations.
(5) The period in paragraph (3) may be extended by the court before or after the period expires.
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