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The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2013

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1.—(1) Where a person wishes to appeal to an appeal body under regulation 83, he will do so by notice in writing served on that appeal body.

(2) The notice mentioned in paragraph (1) will be accompanied by—

(a)a statement of the grounds of appeal;

(b)where the appeal relates to refusal to grant approval under regulation 55 or 61, a copy of the appellant’s application and any supporting documents;

(c)where the appeal relates to refusal to grant an extension of approval under regulation 62, a copy of the appellant’s application and any supporting documents;

(d)where the appeal relates to withdrawal of approval under regulation 58, a copy of the notification of the decision and any supporting documents;

(e)where the appeal relates to suspension or cancellation of approval under regulation 58, a copy of the notification of the decision and any supporting documents;

(f)a copy of any correspondence relevant to the appeal;

(g)a copy of any other document relevant to the appeal; and

(h)a statement indicating whether the appellant wishes the appeal to be in the form of a hearing or to be determined on the basis of written representations.

(3) The appellant will serve a copy of his notice of appeal on the appropriate authority whose decision is being appealed together with copies of the documents mentioned in sub-paragraph (2).

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