(1) Where CASA has reason to believe that the holder of a civil aviation authorisation has engaged in, is engaging in, or is likely to engage in, conduct that contravenes section 30DB, CASA may suspend the authorisation by giving written notice to the holder.
Note: CASA is not required to give the holder a show cause notice before making a decision under this subsection.
(2) The notice of the decision must include a summary of Subdivisions C and D. However, a failure to include such a summary does not affect the validity of the notice.
(3) The suspension ends at the end of the fifth business day after the day on which the holder was notified of the suspension, unless before that time CASA makes an application to the Federal Court under section 30DE.
Note: If CASA makes an application in time, the suspension continues in force until it comes to an end under the rules in section 30DJ.