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39.—(1) A “stop notice” is a notice prohibiting a person from carrying on an activity specified in the notice until the person has taken the steps specified in the notice.
(3) If a regulation authority considers that a person is carrying on an activity in contravention of section 1 of the 1989 Act it may serve a stop notice on that person.
(4) A stop notice must—
(a)state the authority’s reason for serving it;
(b)specify the matters constituting the contravention;
(c)specify the steps which must be taken to remedy the contravention;
(d)give information as to the rights of appeal (including the period within which an appeal must be brought).
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