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Determination of application

141 Determination of application

(1) The Heritage Council may determine an application for a permit--
(a) by issuing a permit, either unconditionally or subject to such conditions as it thinks proper to impose, or
(b) by refusing to issue a permit.
(2) Where the Heritage Council fails to determine an application for a permit within 21 days after the date of that application, it shall, for the purpose only of section 142, be deemed to have determined that application by refusing to issue a permit.
(3) The regulations may prescribe--
(a) the circumstances in which the Heritage Council may request additional information from an applicant, and
(b) the periods of time that must not be taken into account in calculating the expiration of the period referred to in subsection (2) if the Heritage Council has requested additional information from the applicant.

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