No decision to grant, refuse to grant, revoke, suspend or vary (other than provisionally) an air transport or route licence1 may be made by the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')2 until all persons having a right to be heard3 have had the opportunity of being heard4 by the CAA, sitting with such of its employees acting as advisers as it thinks fit5. Any person who has a right to be heard is a party to the case6.
The CAA must serve7 14 days' written notice of the date, time and place of the hearing on persons intended to be heard8, but
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