Aircraft Registered in a Foreign State
202.43 (1) Where an aircraft is registered in a foreign state that is not a contracting state or is not a state that has an agreement in force with Canada that allows an aircraft that is registered in that state to be operated in Canada, the Minister may, in writing, authorize the operation of the aircraft in Canada, and in the authorization may specify conditions governing the operation of the aircraft as necessary for its safe and proper operation.
(2) No person shall operate an aircraft pursuant to an authorization issued under subsection (1) unless the authorization is on board and the aircraft is operated in accordance with any conditions specified in the authorization.
Division VI — Aircraft Information
Location of an Aircraft
202.46 (1) The Minister may request that the owner of an aircraft inform the Minister, in writing, of the location of the aircraft and whether or not the aircraft is serviceable.
(2) Where the Minister makes a request pursuant to subsection (1), the owner shall comply with the request by not later than seven days after receiving it.
(3) Where, pursuant to subsection (1), the owner of an aircraft informs the Minister that the aircraft is not serviceable, the owner shall inform the Minister
(a) in the case of an aircraft that will be returned to service, of the place at which and the estimated date on which it will be returned to service; and
(b) in the case of an aircraft that is permanently withdrawn from service, of whether or not the aircraft has been or will be disposed of and the manner of disposal.
Division VII — Registered Owners
Change of Name or Address
202.51 Where the name or address of a registered owner of a Canadian aircraft changes, the registered owner shall, by not later than seven days after the change, notify the Minister in writing of the change.
Loss of Qualification to Be Registered Owner
202.52 Every registered owner of a Canadian aircraft shall, within seven days after any change in circumstances as a result of which the owner is no longer qualified to be the registered owner of the aircraft under section 202.15, notify the Minister in writing of the change.
Division VIII — Cancellation of Certificate of Registration
Conditions Where Certificate of Registration Is Cancelled
202.57 (1) In addition to the circumstances set out in subsections 202.15(5), 202.35(1), 202.37(3) and 202.58(2) and sections 202.59 and 202.60, the certificate of registration of a Canadian aircraft is cancelled where
(a) an individual who is a registered owner of the aircraft dies;
(b) an entity that is a registered owner of the aircraft is wound up, dissolved or amalgamated with another entity;
(c) the lease termination date specified in the most recent lease received by the Minister and submitted in connection with an application for the registration of an aircraft referred to in section 202.16 is extended and the Minister is not informed of that fact in writing within seven days after that lease termination date;
(d) a registered owner ceases to be qualified to be a registered owner of the aircraft under section 202.15; or
(e) except in the case of an aircraft undergoing restoration or an ultra-light aeroplane, the aircraft has not been operated in flight during the last five years.
(2) Where the document pursuant to which a registered owner of an aircraft has legal custody and control of the aircraft ceases to be in effect, the certificate of registration of the aircraft is cancelled unless the registered owner
(a) retains legal custody and control of the aircraft after the document ceases to be in effect; and
(b) submits to the Minister, within seven days after the day on which the document ceases to be in effect,
(i) notification of the fact that the document is no longer in effect, specifying the day on which it ceased to be in effect, and
(ii) a copy of the new document under which the registered owner retains legal custody and control of the aircraft.
- SOR/2000-405, s. 14.
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