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SCHEDULES

SCHEDULE 5Part 4 notices: further provision

Part 1Service and date of effect of notices

Operation of notices

2.—(1) A Part 4 notice becomes operative at the end of the period of 28 days beginning with the date of service of the notice; but this is subject to subparagraphs (2) and (3).

(2) A notice (other than an emergency hazard notice) becomes operative—

(a)if the notice is suspended under paragraph 4, on the date when the suspension ends;

(b)if an appeal is made against the notice in accordance with section 67(4), on the date when the appeal is finally determined;

(c)if the notice is suspended and such an appeal is made against it, on the later of those two dates.

(3) An emergency hazard notice becomes operative on the day on which it is served under paragraph 1(2)(a).

3.  If no appeal is made against a Part 4 notice, the notice is final and conclusive as to any matters which could have been raised on such an appeal.