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The Civil Aviation (Air Travel Organisers’ Licensing) Regulations 2012

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Electronic service by the CAA

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7.—(1) A notice or other document required to be served by the CAA is served in accordance with this regulation if—

(a)an address for service using electronic communication has been given by that person and not withdrawn in accordance with paragraph (5);

(b)that person has agreed to accept service by electronic communication of documents in a certain form and has not withdrawn that agreement in accordance with paragraph (5); and

(c)electronic communication is used to send the notice or other document in that form to that person at that address.

(2) A document given to or served on a person in accordance with paragraph (1) must be in a form sufficiently permanent to be used for subsequent reference.

(3) If a document is given to or served on a person in accordance with paragraph (1), the document is deemed to have been given to or served on that person at the time at which the electronic communication is transmitted unless—

(a)the contrary is proved; or

(b)paragraph (4) applies.

(4) If the time at which an electronic communication is transmitted to a person is a time at which that person’s principal place of business in the country in which the addressee is situated is not normally open for business, the document is deemed to have been given or served on that person on the next day on which that person’s principal place of business in the country in which the addressee is situated is normally open for business.

(5) A person who has supplied an address for service using electronic communication and has agreed to accept service of documents in a certain form in accordance with paragraph (1)(b) may give notice withdrawing that address or that agreement or both.

(6) A withdrawal under paragraph (5) takes effect on the later of—

(a)the date specified by the person in the notice; and

(b)the date which is 14 days after the date on which the notice is given.

(7) This regulation does not apply to any document the service of which is provided for by the rules of the court.

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