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The Motor Vehicles Ordinance, 1983

( Ordinance NO. LV OF 1983 )

Chapter II


Orders refusing or revoking driving licences and appeals therefrom
14. (1) Where a licensing authority refuses to issue or renew or revokes any driving licence, or refuses to add a class of motor vehicle to any driving licence, or refuses to make a specification or countersignature such as is referred to in sub section (3) of section 10, 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 making the order an opportunity of being heard and the decision of the appellate authority shall be binding on the authority making the order.
(3) The order of a licensing authority shall, unless the appellate authority, conditionally or unconditionally, direct otherwise, be in force pending the disposal of an appeal under sub section (2).

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