Every party1 to a case before the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')2 has a right of appeal to the Secretary of State3 from the CAA's decision with respect to an air transport licence4 or an application for a licence5. An appeal is made by written notice of appeal signed by or on behalf of the appellant, stating the grounds of appeal and the arguments relied on6, which must be served7 on:
(1) the Secretary of State8;
(2) the CAA9;
(3) each of the parties to the case before the CAA10;
(4) any persons the CAA had decided to exercise its
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