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21. (1) Paragraph (2) applies if the CAA is satisfied that—
(a)an airport operator is failing to comply with an obligation imposed on it by or under these Regulations, or
(b)an airport operator has failed to comply with such an obligation and is likely to do so again.
(2) The CAA may give the airport operator an order requiring it to take the appropriate steps specified in the order.
(3) In paragraph (2) “the appropriate steps”, in relation to a failure to comply with an obligation, means the steps that the CAA considers appropriate for the purpose of—
(a)securing compliance with the obligation, and
(b)remedying any loss or damage sustained, or injustice suffered, by any person in consequence of the failure to comply with that obligation.
(4) Paragraph (5) applies if the CAA is satisfied that an airport operator has failed to comply with any obligation placed on it by or under these Regulations (but not that the operator is for the time being failing to comply with it or is likely again to fail to comply with it).
(5) The CAA may give the airport operator an order requiring it to take the appropriate steps specified in the order for the purpose of remedying any loss or damage sustained, or injustice suffered, by any person in consequence of the failure to comply with that obligation.
(6) An order under paragraph (2) or (5)—
(a)must require the airport operator concerned (according to the circumstances of the case) to do, or not to do, such things as are specified in the order or are of a description so specified,
(b)is to take effect in respect of any requirement (according to the terms of the order) either as soon as a copy of it is served on the airport operator or at such later time as may be specified in it by the CAA, and
(c)may be revoked by the CAA at any time.
(7) A copy of an order under this regulation must be served by the CAA on the airport operator.
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