An appeal lies to the County Court from any decision of the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1 that a person is not a fit person to hold an ATOL2. The CAA is a respondent to any such appeal3. If the court is satisfied on the evidence submitted to the CAA that it was wrong in deciding that a person is not a fit person to hold an ATOL, the court may reverse the CAA's decision and the CAA must give effect to the court's determination
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