[(1) A person on whom notice has been served under section 225C(2) may appeal to a magistrates' court on any of the following grounds—
(a) that there is no problem with the display of unauthorised advertisements on the surface concerned or any such problem is not a persistent one;
(b) that there has been some informality, defect or error in, or in connection with, the notice;
(c) that the time within which the measures specified in the notice are to be carried out is not reasonably sufficient for the purpose;
(d) that the notice should have been served on another person.
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