Section 75 75.— (1) In this section “ prohibited act or practice” does not include a contravention of a regulation under section 57 (respecting price display regulations). (2) An authorised officer who is of the opinion that a person is committing or engaging in, or has committed or engaged in, a prohibited act or practice or is contravening or has contravened an enactment specified in Schedule 5 may serve, personally or by post, a written notice on that person (a “compliance notice”). (3) A compliance notice shall be signed and dated by the authorised officer and shall— (a) contain a statement of the alleged contravention (identifying the relevant enactment), the opinion referred to in subsection (2) and the reasons for that opinion, (b) direct the person to remedy the contravention or the matters occasioning that notice, including any other requirement that the authorised officer considers appropriate in order to remedy the contravention or matter (the “compliance direction and requirements”), (c) specify the date by which the person is to comply with the compliance direction and requirements, (d) contain a statement that the person may appeal the notice to the District Court within 14 days after service of the notice, including information specifying— (i) the form and manner of such an appeal, and (ii) the service address of the Agency for purposes of notifying the Agency under subsection (6), and (e) contain a statement that, if an appeal is not made in accordance with this section and within the time specified in paragraph (d), then— (i) the notice will be treated as not disputed, (ii) the person will be deemed to have accepted the notice and have agreed to comply with the compliance direction and requirements, and (iii) any failure or refusal to so comply is an offence and, on summary conviction, the person will be liable to the fine and penalties set out in Chapter 4 . (4) The date specified under subsection (3)(c) shall not be earlier than the end of the period within which an appeal may be made under subsection (5). (5) If the person on whom the compliance notice is served wishes to dispute the notice, the person may, no later than 14 days after the notice is served and in accordance with this section and in the form and manner specified in the notice, appeal the notice to a judge of the District Court in the district court district in which the notice was served. (6) A person who appeals under subsection (5) shall at the same time notify the Agency of the appeal and the grounds for the appeal and the Agency shall be entitled to appear, be heard and adduce evidence on the hearing of the appeal. (7) In determining an appeal under this section, the judge may confirm, vary or cancel the compliance notice, if satisfied that it is reasonable to do so. (8) If on appeal the compliance notice is not cancelled, the notice takes effect on the later of the following: (a) the day after the day on which the notice is confirmed or varied on appeal; (b) if the appeal is withdrawn by the appellant, the day after the day it is withdrawn; (c) the day specified in the notice. (9) If there is no appeal under subsection (5), the compliance notice takes effect on the later of the following: (a) 14 days after the notice is served on the person; (b) the day specified in the notice. (10) An authorised officer may— (a) withdraw a compliance notice at any time, or (b) if no appeal is made or pending under subsection (5), extend the date specified in the notice under subsection (3)(c). (11) A person commits an offence who, without reasonable excuse, fails to comply with a compliance direction or requirement specified in a compliance notice and, on summary conviction, is liable to the fines and penalties provided in Chapter 4 . (12) Withdrawal of a compliance notice under subsection (10) does not prevent the service of another compliance notice, whether in respect of the same matter or a different matter. (13) If a compliance notice takes effect in accordance with this section, the Agency shall publish the compliance notice, or cause it to be published, in any form or manner the Agency considers appropriate. (14) Nothing in this section prevents the commencement of proceedings for an offence.