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6.—(1) Any person who is aggrieved about a decision specified in paragraph (2) may appeal against that decision to a magistrates’ court.
(2) The decisions are—
(a)refusal of registration, or
(b)cancellation of a registration.
(4) The period within which an appeal may be brought against a decision specified in paragraph (2) is 28 days, beginning with the day on which notification of the decision is given.
(5) The cancellation of a registration mentioned in paragraph (2)(b) does not take effect until the time for appealing against it has expired or, if an appeal is lodged, until the appeal is finally disposed of or withdrawn.
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