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29.—(1) The civil penalties in paragraph (2) apply where an aircraft operator fails to comply with an information notice, contrary to regulation 20.
(2) The civil penalties are—
(a)for a failure before 1st January 2012—
(ii)£50 for each day that the aircraft operator complies late or fails to comply with an information notice following the service of a notice under regulation 21(1) up to a maximum of £4,500;
(b)for a failure on or after 1st January 2012—
(ii)£150 for each day that the aircraft operator fails to comply with an information notice following the service of a notice under regulation 21(1), up to a maximum of £13,500.
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