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Transport Act 2000

Sections 34 and 35: Investigations and register

36.Section 34 requires the CAA to investigate alleged or apprehended contraventions of licence conditions where these are reported to it by interested third parties (so long as the report does not appear to be frivolous or vexatious). Section 35 provides for a public register to be compiled and maintained by the CAA. The register will contain copies of all licences and related matters listed in subsection 35(3), and will be available for public inspection. Sections 35(5) and section 35(6) provide for material to be excluded from the register if, in the opinion of the CAA, it would prejudicially affect a person’s interests or if the Secretary of State instructs the CAA not to enter information, because, in his opinion, it would be against the public interest or any person’s commercial interests to enter it in the register.

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