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Civil Aviation Act 2012

Section 34: Enforcement order: modification and revocation

140.Section 34 provides that the CAA may revoke or, with the agreement of the person to whom the order was given, modify an enforcement order provided that a notice in relation to the proposed revocation or modification has been published, a copy sent to the person to whom the order was given, and any representations made in the specified period have been considered. The notice must include reasons for the modification or revocation and specify a reasonable period for making representations. The CAA must publish a notice detailing the revocation or modification of an enforcement order as soon as practicable after revoking or modifying the order and must send a copy of the notice to appropriate industry representatives.

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