35.—(1) A person on whom an alterations notice, an enforcement notice, a prohibition notice or a notice given by the fire and rescue authority under article 37 (fire-fighters’ switches for luminous tube signs) is served may, within 21 days from the day on which the notice is served, appeal to the court.
(2) On an appeal under this article the court may either cancel or affirm the notice, and if it affirms it, may do so either in its original form or with such modifications as the court may in the circumstances think fit.
(3) Where an appeal is brought against an alterations notice or an enforcement notice, the bringing of the appeal has the effect of suspending the operation of the notice until the appeal is finally disposed of or, if the appeal is withdrawn, until the withdrawal of the appeal.
(4) Where an appeal is brought against a prohibition notice, the bringing of the appeal does not have the effect of suspending the operation of the notice, unless, on the application of the appellant, the court so directs (and then only from the giving of the direction).
(5) In this article “the court” means a magistrates’ court.
(6) The procedure for an appeal under paragraph (1) is by way of complaint for an order, and—
(a)the Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980(1) applies to the proceedings; and
(b)the making of the complaint is deemed to be the bringing of the appeal.
(7) A person aggrieved by an order made by a magistrates’ court on determining a complaint under this Order may appeal to the Crown Court; and for the avoidance of doubt, an enforcing authority may be a person aggrieved for the purposes of this paragraph.
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