Sections 393 and 394 apply to—
(a) a warning notice given in accordance with section [55Z(1)], 57(1), 63(3), [63B(1),] 67(1), 88(4)(b), [88B(1),] 92(1), 126(1), [131H(1),] [142T(1),] [192L(1)[, 192R(8), 192Z(1)],] 207(1), 255(1), [261V(1),] 280(1), [312G(1),] 331(1), [345B(1) (whether as a result of section 345(2), 345A(3)] or section 249(1) [or 261K(1)])[, 385(1) or 412B(4) or (8)];
(b) a decision notice given in accordance with section [55Z(2)], 57(3), 63(4), [63B(3),] 67(4), 88(6)(b), [88B(5),] 92(4), 127(1), [131H(4),] [142T(4),] [192L(4)[, 192R(9), 192Z(4)],] 208(1), 255(2), [261V(2),] 280(2), [312H(1),] 331(3), [345B(4) (whether as a result of section 345(2), 345A(3)] or section 249(1) [or 261K(1)])[, 386(1) or
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