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Civil Aviation Act 2012

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29Determination of appeal: publication etc
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(1)A determination made by the Competition Commission on an appeal under section 24 or 25—

(a)must be contained in an order made by the Commission, and

(b)takes effect at the time specified in the order or determined in accordance with the order.

(2)The order must set out the reasons for the determination.

(3)The Competition Commission must—

(a)publish the order as soon as practicable after the determination is made, and

(b)send a copy of the order to the persons listed in subsection (4).

(4)Those persons are—

(a)the holder of the licence which is the subject of the appeal,

(b)if the appeal was brought by someone other than the holder of that licence, the appellant,

(c)any other person with a qualifying interest in the decision that is the subject of the appeal (see paragraph 35(4) of Schedule 2),

(d)such bodies representing airport operators or providers of air transport services as the Competition Commission considers appropriate, and

(e)the CAA.

(5)The Competition Commission may exclude from publication under subsection (3) any information which it is satisfied is—

(a)commercial information, the disclosure of which would, or might in the Commission’s opinion, significantly harm the legitimate business interests of an undertaking to which it relates, or

(b)information relating to the private affairs of an individual, the disclosure of which would, or might in the Commission’s opinion, significantly harm the individual’s interests.

(6)The CAA must take such steps as it considers requisite for it to comply with the order.

(7)The steps must be taken—

(a)if a time is specified in the order or is to be determined in accordance with the order, within that time, and

(b)otherwise, within a reasonable time.

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