The Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1 may give a notice2 (a 'contravention notice') to a person if it has reasonable grounds for believing that the person is contravening, or has contravened, a licence condition3. A contravention notice must specify the condition and contravention in respect of which it is given, explain the action that the CAA may take4 in connection with the contravention and explain that representations may be made about the matters in the notice before the end of the period specified in the notice5.
The CAA must specify a period of not less than 30 days beginning with the
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