If a licence holder1 to which a final or provisional order2 relates is aggrieved by the order and wants to question its validity on the ground that:
(1) its making or confirmation was not within the powers conferred3 on the CAA4; or
(2) certain procedural requirements5 have not been complied with6,
the licence holder may apply to the High Court7.
If a copy of the order as made or confirmed was served on the licence holder, the application to the court must be made within the period of 42 days starting with the day the copy was served on it
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