CASR Part 11 - Regulatory administrative procedures
Part 11 of CASR 1998 sets out the rules that apply to CASA in administering authorisations (i.e. licences, ratings, certificates and endorsements). This includes how CASA is required to process applications for authorisations, suspend or cancel authorisations at the holder's request, and, where applicable, renew time-limited authorisations.
Part 11 also includes rules for the:
- application, assessment and issue of exemptions from the provisions of the CASR
- issue of temporary directions in relation to matters affecting air safety, rather than having these powers scattered throughout the CASR
- administration of the delegation of CASA’s powers under the CASR
- consultation requirements prior to CASA issuing or amending a manual of standards (MOS).
Who Part 11 affects
CASR Part 11 affects CASA staff, persons seeking exemptions against civil aviation safety regulations (CASR), and persons subject to directions. It may also be of interest to persons applying for authorisations, although for the most part, all the information the person needs (for application purposes) will be contained in the CASR part relating to that activity.
Part 11 can be found in volume 1 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998. Recent amendments to this part may be listed in the unincorporated amendments.
Implementation and transition
Part 11 was made on 1 December 2004 and took effect on 8 December 2004.
Advisory circulars (ACs)
|AC 11-02(2)||Exemptions against the CASR, CAR and CAO||(August 2011)|
|AC 11-3(1)||Electronically formatted certifications, records and management systems||(May 2013)|
Part 11 history
The Part 11 history includes project and consultation activities conducted in relation to Part 11.