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21.—(1) This regulation applies if an appeal is to be determined by way of written representations.
(2) A valid notice of appeal and the documents accompanying it, together with any representations or comments made by the appellant under regulation 10(1)(b) or (4), comprise the appellant’s representations in relation to the appeal.
(3) The representations received under regulation 10(1)(a), together with any comments made by the Authority under regulation 10(4), comprise the Authority’s representations in relation to the appeal.
(4) The appointed person may determine an appeal taking into account only such representations as have been sent within the relevant time limits.
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