(1) A notice of objection must state that the person objecting intends to apply to the appropriate decision-maker for relief.
(2) A person who has given a notice of objection under section 213(3) must also, within 28 days of being served with a notice under section 213(1), file with the appropriate decision-maker an application for relief in the prescribed form.
(3) A notice of objection is of no effect if—
(a) it is given to the body corporate after that time; or
(b) it is not filed with the appropriate decision-maker within that time.