The Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1 may give an order2 (an 'urgent enforcement order) to a person if either:
(1) the CAA has reasonable grounds for believing that3:
(a) the person is contravening, or has contravened, a licence condition4;
(b) the contravention has resulted in, or creates an immediate risk of, a serious economic or operational problem for users of air transport services, for a class of user of such services or for a relevant service provider5; and
(c) it is appropriate to give the urgent enforcement order to prevent, remove or reduce that problem or risk6; or
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