Housing Act 2004
2004 Chapter 34 - continued
SCHEDULE 2, PROCEDURE AND APPEALS RELATING TO PROHIBITION ORDERS - continued

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  PART 2
  SERVICE OF NOTICES RELATING TO REVOCATION OR VARIATION OF PROHIBITION ORDERS
 Notice of revocation or variation
 
3    (1) This paragraph applies where the local housing authority decide to revoke or vary a prohibition order.
 
      (2) The authority must serve a notice under this paragraph on each of the persons on whom they would be required under Part 1 of this Schedule to serve copies of a prohibition order in respect of the specified premises.
 
      (3) The notices required to be served under sub-paragraph (2) must be served within the period of seven days beginning with the day on which the decision is made.
 
      (4) Paragraph 1(4) applies in relation to the service of notices on occupiers in accordance with sub-paragraphs (2) and (3) as it applies in relation to the service on them of copies of a prohibition order in accordance with paragraph 1(2)(a) and (3).
 
4    A notice under paragraph 3 must set out-
 
 
    (a) the authority's decision to revoke or vary the order;
 
    (b) the reasons for the decision and the date on which it was made;
 
    (c) if the decision is to vary the order-
 
      (i) the right of appeal against the decision under Part 3 of this Schedule; and
 
      (ii) the period within which an appeal may be made (see paragraph 10(2)).
 Notice of refusal to revoke or vary order
 
5    (1) This paragraph applies where the local housing authority refuse to revoke or vary a prohibition order.
 
      (2) The authority must serve a notice under this paragraph on each of the persons on whom they would be required under Part 1 of this Schedule to serve copies of a prohibition order in respect of the specified premises.
 
      (3) The notices required to be served under sub-paragraph (2) must be served within the period of seven days beginning with the day on which the decision is made.
 
      (4) Paragraph 1(4) applies in relation to the service of notices on occupiers in accordance with sub-paragraphs (2) and (3) as it applies in relation to the service on them of copies of a prohibition order in accordance with paragraph 1(2)(a) and (3).
 
6    A notice under paragraph 5 must set out-
 
 
    (a) the authority's decision not to revoke or vary the notice;
 
    (b) the reasons for the decision and the date on which it was made;
 
    (c) the right of appeal against the decision under Part 3 of this Schedule; and
 
    (d) the period within which an appeal may be made (see paragraph 10(2)).
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