If the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1 is satisfied that a licence holder2 is contravening or is likely to contravene one of his duties3 or licence conditions4 it must make a final order containing provision it thinks is needed to secure compliance with the duty or condition5.
If the CAA is not so satisfied but it appears to it that a licence holder is contravening or is likely to contravene such a duty or a licence condition and that a provisional order is needed, it must make a provisional order containing provision it thinks is needed to secure compliance with the
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