No person may erect1 a public sanitary convenience2 in, or so as to be accessible from, a street3 without the consent4 of the local authority5, which may give its consent upon such terms as to the use of the convenience or its removal at any time, if required by it, as it thinks fit6. A person aggrieved7 by the refusal of a local authority to give such a consent, or by any terms imposed by it, may appeal to a magistrates' court
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