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31.—(1) Where this paragraph applies the CAA may—
(a)direct the person appearing to it to be in command of an aircraft not to permit the aircraft to take off until it has informed that person that the direction is cancelled,
(b)whether or not it has given such a direction, detain the aircraft until it is satisfied that the aircraft will not take off.
(2) Paragraph (1) applies where the CAA has reason to believe that an aircraft is intended to be used by—
(a)a person without an appropriate operating licence in circumstances where such a licence is required, or
(b)an air carrier in breach of the restrictions set out in regulation 10 or 18.
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