Where a person is given certain notices under the Building Act 1984, 1he may appeal to a magistrates' court on any of the following grounds that are appropriate in the circumstances of the particular case2:
(1) that the notice or requirement is not justified by the terms of the provision under which it purports to have been given3;
(2) that there has been some informality, defect or error in, or in connection with, the notice4;
(3) that the authority has refused unreasonably to approve the execution of alternative works, or that the works required by the notice to be
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