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22.—(1) If an authorised officer (“O”) has reasonable grounds for believing that any person (“P”) is failing to comply with regulation 5, 6, 7(1), (2) or (3), 8(6) or (7), 9(6), 10(4), 11 or 12, O may give P a notice (“an improvement notice”) that—
(a)states O’s grounds for believing this;
(b)specifies the matter that constitutes the failure to comply with these Regulations;
(c)specifies what P must stop doing, or the measures that, in O’s opinion, P must take in order to comply with these Regulations;
(d)require P to stop doing the action specified in the notice, or take the measures specified in the notice (or, where provided for in the notice, any measures agreed by O as being at least equivalent to them), within the period (being not less than 14 days) specified in the notice;
(e)informs P of the right of appeal to a relevant court conferred by regulation 23; and
(f)informs P of the period within which such an appeal may be brought.
(2) A person must not contravene or fail to comply with an improvement notice.
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