The Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1 may give an order2 (an 'enforcement order') to a person if3:
(1) it has given the person a contravention notice and has not withdrawn it4;
(2) the representation period5 has ended6;
(3) it has considered any representations made about the matters in the contravention notice before the end of that period and not withdrawn7; and
(a) the CAA has determined that the person is contravening a condition specified in the contravention notice in one or more of the ways specified in the notice8; or
(b) if the CAA has determined that the
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