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13.—(1) Any person who is aggrieved by the refusal to grant or renew, or the decision to suspend or revoke a licence may appeal to a magistrates’ court.
(2) The procedure on an appeal to a magistrates’ court under paragraph (1) is by way of complaint, and the Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980(1) applies to the proceedings.
(3) The period within which an appeal may be brought is 28 days beginning with the day following the date on which the decision is notified.
(4) A court may on application suspend a suspension or a revocation or, in the case of a refusal to renew a licence, permit an operator to continue to manage a track subject to the conditions in the Schedule, pending an appeal.
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