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12.—(1) The local authority may revoke a licence that has been suspended for more than 28 days unless there is an outstanding appeal to the magistrates’ court, and may publicise a revocation in such manner as the local authority sees fit.
(2) When a local authority revokes a licence it must notify the holder in writing and revocation takes effect from the time of notification.
(3) Where an operator is disqualified under any of the enactments listed in Regulation 5 their licence is automatically revoked when the time limit for any appeal against that disqualification expires or, if an appeal is made, when that appeal is refused.
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