The person on whom an enforcement notice1 is served may serve on the Secretary of State2 a notice in writing of his objection to the enforcement notice3. The grounds of the objection must be specified in the notice and may be either that the general requirements4 of the direction had been complied with, or that a requirement imposed by the enforcement notice could not have been imposed by the relevant direction or that such a requirement is either unnecessary or is excessively onerous or inconvenient and should be modified5.
On receipt of an objection to an enforcement notice the Secretary
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