—(1) Any licensee aggrieved by —
any licence condition imposed by the Authority under section 111O;
any modification to the conditions of his licence under section 111P;
any direction given by the Authority under section 111Q;
any decision made by the Authority under section 111R(1); or
any refusal of the Authority to renew his licence under section 111S,
may, within 14 days of the receipt of the notice relating to the relevant matter from the Authority, appeal to the Minister.
(2) Subject to section 111P(6) and subsection (3) and unless the Minister otherwise directs, where an appeal is lodged by a licensee under subsection (1) —
the licensee shall comply or continue to comply with any licence condition, direction or decision being appealed against; and
the licence condition, direction or decision shall be effective and enforceable against the licensee,
until the determination of the appeal.
(3) Where the licensee appeals under subsection (1) against any refusal to renew his licence and his licence expires at any time from the date of receipt of the Authority’s notice of refusal to the date of determination of his appeal, the licensee shall be deemed to have a licence to operate the bus interchange, in respect of which his licence was first granted, from the date of expiry of his licence to the date of determination of the appeal.
(4) The Minister may determine an appeal under this section by confirming, varying or reversing any decision of the Authority or by amending any licence condition or direction affecting the licensee.
(5) The decision of the Minister in any appeal shall be final.