A licence may be revoked by the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1 by giving a notice to the holder of the licence2. The CAA may give a notice revoking a licence only in circumstances specified in the licence3.
Before revoking a licence, the CAA must notify the holder of the licence that it intends to revoke the licence, giving its reasons and give the holder of the licence an opportunity to make representations4.
The CAA may withdraw a notice revoking a licence at any time before it takes effect by giving a further notice to the holder of the licence
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