The following provisions1 apply where an employer to whom a penalty notice2 is given objects on the ground that:
(1) he is not liable to the imposition of a penalty3;
(2) he is excused payment4; or
(3) the amount of the penalty is too high5.
The employer may give a notice of objection to the Secretary of State6, which must:
(a) be in writing7;
(b) give the objector's reasons8;
(c) be given in the prescribed manner9; and
(d) be given before the end of the prescribed period10.
Where the Secretary of State receives a notice of objection to a penalty he
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