Commentary

6.9 Revocation, suspension and curtailment of licences

CARRIERS vol 6(1)B
| Commentary

6.9 Revocation, suspension and curtailment of licences

| Commentary

6.9 Revocation, suspension and curtailment of licences

A traffic commissioner shall revoke a standard licence which he has issued if at any time it appears to him that the licence holder no longer has an effective and stable establishment in Great Britain, or is no longer of good repute, of the appropriate financial standing, or professionally competent1. A traffic commissioner may revoke, suspend or curtail any licence or issue a reprimand or warning if the operator is guilty of various forms of misconduct (including using unauthorised operating centres, incurring relevant convictions, failure to maintain vehicles and failing to

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