322. Appeals.

Any person who is aggrieved1 by a decision of an authority having power to issue licences2 under any of the relevant statutory provisions3: (1) refusing to issue him a licence, to renew a licence held by him, or to transfer to him a licence held by another; (2) issuing him a licence on or subject to any term, condition or restriction whereby he is aggrieved; (3) varying or refusing to vary any term, condition or restriction on or subject to which a licence is held by him; or (4) revoking a licence held by him, may appeal to the Secretary of State4.

In such cases as he considers it appropriate to do so, having re