Notification Regarding Destroyed or Missing Aircraft
202.58 (1) Every registered owner of a Canadian aircraft shall, within seven days after becoming aware of the fact that any of the following events has occurred, notify the Minister in writing if the aircraft
(a) is destroyed;
(b) is permanently withdrawn from use;
(c) is missing and the search for the aircraft is terminated; or
(d) has been missing for 60 days or more.
(2) Where an event referred to in subsection (1) has occurred, the certificate of registration of the aircraft is cancelled.
202.59 (1) If a basic ultra-light aeroplane that is registered is no longer a basic ultra-light aeroplane, its certificate of registration is cancelled.
(2) If an advanced ultra-light aeroplane that is registered is no longer an advanced ultra-light aeroplane, its certificate of registration is cancelled.
- SOR/2000-405, s. 15.
Misrepresentation or Fraudulent Documentation
202.60 Where there is misrepresentation or fraudulent documentation in the application for registration of a Canadian aircraft, the certificate of registration is cancelled.
Removal of Marks
202.61 Where the certificate of registration of a Canadian aircraft expires or is cancelled, the Minister may request the owner or last registered owner to remove the Canadian marks from the aircraft and, where the Minister so requests, the owner or last registered owner, as applicable, shall remove the Canadian marks within seven days after the day on which the request is received.
Notification That Marks Are Removed
202.62 No person shall fraudulently notify the Minister that the Canadian marks on an aircraft have been removed.
Removal of Name and Address from the Canadian Civil Aircraft Register
202.63 Where a continuing or temporary certificate of registration issued in respect of an aircraft expires or is cancelled, the Minister shall remove from the Canadian Civil Aircraft Register the name and address of the person under whose name the aircraft was registered.
Removal of Aircraft Particulars from the Canadian Civil Aircraft Register
202.64 If the certificate of registration of an aircraft is cancelled, the Minister may remove all the particulars in respect of the aircraft from the Canadian Civil Aircraft Register if any part of the legal custody and control of the aircraft is transferred to a person who is not qualified to be the registered owner of a Canadian aircraft under section 202.15 or if subsection 202.58(1) or section 202.59 applies.
- SOR/2000-405, s. 16.
Division IX — Canadian Civil Aircraft Register
Publication of Register
202.69 (1) The Minister shall establish, maintain and publish a register of aircraft, to be known as the Canadian Civil Aircraft Register, in which there shall be entered, in respect of each Canadian aircraft for which a continuing or temporary certificate of registration has been issued,
(a) the name and address of each registered owner;
(b) the registration mark issued pursuant to section 202.02; and
(c) such other particulars concerning the aircraft as the Minister considers necessary for registration, inspection and certification purposes.
(2) The Minister may publish information that has been entered in the Canadian Civil Aircraft Register in respect of a Canadian aircraft.
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