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Motor Vehicles Act, 1988


33. Orders refusing, etc, conductor's licences and appeals there - from.

  1. Where a  licensing authority  refuses to issue or renew, or  revokes  any   conductor's  licence,  it  shall  do  so  by  an  order  communicated to  the applicant  or the  holder, as  the case  may  be, giving the reasons in writing for such refusal or revocation.

  2. Any  person aggrieved  by an order made under sub-section (1) may, within  thirty days of the service on him of the order, appeal to the prescribed  authority which  shall decide  the appeal after giving such person  and the  authority which made the order an opportunity of being heard  and the  decision of  the appellate  authority  shall  be binding on the authority which made the order.



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