The Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1 must collect statistical data for the purposes of the Statistical Returns Regulation2, and may serve a notice requiring a respondent to supply information3.
The CAA may serve a notice (a 'penalty proposal notice') on a respondent which has failed to comply with a notice4, which must (1) specify the act or omission which the CAA considers constitutes the breach; (2) state that the CAA proposes to impose a civil penalty; (3) state the amount of the proposed penalty; (4) state that the respondent may serve representations on the CAA disputing the alleged breach, or otherwise
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