(1) If any person—
(a) is aggrieved by any order to which this section applies and wishes to question the validity of that order on the grounds—
(i) that the order is not within the powers of this Act, or
(ii) that any of the relevant requirements have not been complied with in relation to that order; or
(b) is aggrieved by any action on the part of the Secretary of State [or the Welsh Ministers] to which this section applies and wishes to question the validity of that action on the grounds—
(i) that the action is not within the powers of this Act, or
(ii) that any of the relevant requirements have not been complied with in relation to that action,
he may make an application to the High Court under this section.
[(1A) If a person is aggrieved by a relevant costs order made in connection with an order or action to which this section applies and wishes to question its validity, the person may make an application to the High Court under this section (whether or not as part of an application made by virtue of subsection (1)) on the grounds—
(a) that the relevant costs order is not within the powers of this Act, or
(b) that any of the relevant requirements have not been complied with in relation to the order.]
(2) Without prejudice to subsection (1) [or (1A)], if the authority directly concerned with any order to which this section applies, or with any action on the part
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