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CASR Part 47 - Registration of aircraft and related matters
Part 47 of CASR sets out the rules for registering, transferring and cancelling registration on an aircraft on the Australian Civil Aircraft Register by owners of aircraft. This includes assigning registration marks and dealer marks, and defining situations where registration is not required. Part 47 provides a simplified system of registering aircraft which includes:
- lodgement of aircraft registration by telephone (in addition to that already provided by facsimile or hard copy) and a simplified system of transfer of registration
- introduction of an interim Certificate of Registration (CoR)
- triennial census of registration database
- reintroduction of dealer marks (trade plates)
- simplified transfer of ownership, akin to motor vehicle ownership transfer
- clearly identify the person responsible for airworthiness and maintenance control.
Who Part 47 affects
Part 47 affects:
- anyone in the Australian aviation community who intends to apply for, hold, transfer or cancel an aircraft certificate of registration
- anyone required to comply with Civil Aviation Safety Regulations
- anyone responsible for the operation of the Australian Civil Aircraft Register.
Projects are opened to revise a CASR Part.
Part 47 open projects include:
- Project MS 07/16 - Post Implementation Review (PIR) of CASR Part 47 - Registration of aircraft and related matter.
Consultation and project activities
Current rules in effect for Part 47 include:
- Part 47 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.
Advisory material provide advice and guidance to explain particular regulatory requirements of a CASR Part.
|AC 47-1(3)||Registration of aircraft and related matters||October 2009|
|AC 47-02 v1.0||Convention on international interests in mobile equipment||May 2016|