Appeal against refusal to grant permit to remain, etc.
(1) Where the Director has made a decision to—
(a) refuse an application under section 41(4);
(b) refuse an application under section 42(4); or
(c) revoke a permit to remain under section 46(1),
the aggrieved person may appeal against the decision to the Administrative Appeals Board.
(2) An appeal under subsection (1) may be made within 14 days after the aggrieved person has received notice of the decision.
(3) A decision which is appealed against under subsection (1) shall cease to take effect until the appeal is disposed of, withdrawn or abandoned unless—
(a) the Director is of the opinion that the decision shall continue to take effect on grounds of safety or public interest; and
(b) the notice of the decision—
(i) contains a statement of the opinion referred to in paragraph (a); and
(ii) states the ground on which that opinion is based.
(4) In this section, "aggrieved person" (感到受屈的人)—
(a) in the case of the refusal of an application under section 41(4) or 42(4), means the owner of the vessel in respect of which the application was made, his agent or the coxswain of the vessel; or
(b) in the case of the revocation of a permit to remain under section 46(1), means the owner of the vessel in respect of which the permit to remain was granted, his agent or the coxswain of the vessel.