Where a complaint1 has been made or a remedial notice2 has been issued, a person authorised by the relevant authority3 may enter the neighbouring land4 in order to obtain information required by the relevant authority for the purpose of determining:
(1) whether the provisions relating to high hedges5 apply to the complaint6;
(2) whether to issue or withdraw a remedial notice7;
(3) whether to waive or relax a requirement of a remedial notice8;
(4) whether a requirement of a remedial notice has been complied with9.
Where an appeal has been made10, a person authorised by the appeal authority11, or by
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