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Civil Aviation Act 2012

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45Amount of penalty: daily amounts
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(1)In relation to a penalty under section 39 or 40, a daily amount is an amount payable where the contravention in respect of which the penalty is imposed continues after it is imposed.

(2)A penalty under section 39 may not consist of or include a daily amount unless that contravention has been continuous since the end of the representation period for the contravention notice in which the contravention was specified.

(3)A daily amount must not exceed 0.1% of the person’s qualifying turnover for the qualifying period.

(4)A daily amount is payable in respect of each day in a period specified by the CAA in the notice under section 42 stating that it has imposed the penalty.

(5)A specified period during which daily amounts accumulate must be such period as the CAA considers appropriate, subject to subsections (6) and (7).

(6)The period must begin after the day on which the CAA gives the notice under section 42.

(7)The period must end before—

(a)the day on which the contravention specified in the notice under section 42 ceases, or

(b)if more than one contravention is specified in that notice, the day on which the last of those contraventions ceases.

(8)In this section “qualifying turnover” and “qualifying period” have the same meaning as in section 44.

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