Aircraft (Exemption from Seizure on Patent Claims) Order

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Published: 1966-03-09

Aircraft (Exemption from Seizure on Patent Claims) Order
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AIRCRAFT (EXEMPTION FROM SEIZURE ON
PATENT CLAIMS) ORDER, 1966

1966 No. 188.

Made............................................... 24th February, 1966
Laid before Parliament........................ 2nd March, 1966
Coming into Operation......................... 9th March, 1966

At the Court of Saint James, the 24th day of February,
1966

Present,
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother

Her Royal Highness The Princess Margaret,
Countess of Snowdon

Lord President Mr. Secretary Griffiths
Mr. Secretary Healy Sir Elwyn Jones


Whereas Her Majesty, in pursuance of the Regency Acts
1937 to 1953, was pleased, by Letters Patent dated the
twenty-fifth day of January, 1966, to delegate to the
following Counsellors of State (subject to the exceptions
hereinafter mentioned) or any two or more of them, that is
to say, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of
Edinburgh, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen
Mother, Her Royal Highness The Princess Margaret,
Countess of Snowdon, His Royal Highness The Duke of
Gloucester, His Royal Highness Prince William of
Gloucester and His Royal Highness Prince Richard of
Gloucester, full power and authority during the period of
Her Majesty’s absence from the United Kingdom to
summon and hold on Her Majesty’s behalf Her Privy
Council and to signify thereat Her Majesty’s approval for
anything for which Her Majesty’s approval in Council is
required:

And whereas Her Majesty was further pleased to
except from the number of the said Counsellors of State
His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edin-
burgh, Her Royal Highness The Princess Margaret,
Countess of Snowdon, His Royal Highness The Duke of
Gloucester and His Royal Highness Prince William of
Gloucester while absent from the United Kingdom:

S.I. 69/1966

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Now, therefore, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The
Queen Mother and Her Royal Highness The Princess
Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, being authorised thereto by
the said Letters Patent, and in pursuance of the powers
conferred on Her Majesty by section 53 of the Civil Aviation
Act, 1949 1 (hereinafter referred to as “the Act”) and of all
other powers in that behalf, do hereby, by and with the advice
of Her Majesty’s Privy Council, on Her Majesty’s behalf
order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows —

1. (1) This Order may be cited as the Aircraft
(Exemption from Seizure on Patent Claims) Order, 1966
and shall come into operation on 9th March, 1966.

(2) The Interpretation Act, 1889 2 shall apply for the
interpretation of this Order as it applies for the
interpretation of an Act of Parliament.

(3) Section 38(2) of the Interpretation Act, 1889
(which relates to the effect of repeals) shall apply to this
Order as if this Order were an Act of Parliament and as if
the Order revoked by Article 4 of this Order were an Act of
Parliament thereby repealed.

2. It is hereby declared for the purpose of section
53(3) (a) of the Act that the benefits of those provisions of
the Convention on International Civil Aviation signed at
Chicago on 7th December, 1944 to which the said section
53 relates apply to the countries or territories named in the
Schedule to this Order.

3. Aircraft registered in the Hungarian People’s
Republic are hereby specified for the purposes of section
53(3)(b) of the Act as other aircraft to which the said
section 53 applies.

4. The Aircraft (Exemption from Seizure on Patent
Claims) Order 1964 3 is hereby revoked.

W. G. Agnew.


1 12, 13, & 14 Geo. 6. c. 67.
2 52 & 53 Vict. c. 63
3 S.I. 1964/56 (1964 I, p. 87)

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SCHEDULE
Argentina Liberia
Australia Libya
Austria Luxembourg
Belgium Malagasy Republic
Bolivia Malaysia
Brazil Malta, G.C.
Burma Mauritania
Cambodia Mexico
Cameroon Morocco
Canada Nepal
Central African Republic Netherlands
Ceylon New Zealand
Chad Nicaragua
Chile Niger
Colombia Nigeria
Congo (Brazzaville) Norway
Costa Rica Pakistan
Cuba Panama
Czechoslovakia Paraguay
Dahomey Peru
Denmark Philippine Republic
Dominican Republic Poland
Ecuador Portugal
El Salvador Republic of Cyprus
Federal Republic of Germany Republic of Ireland
Finland Republic of Korea
France Republic of Vietnam
Gabon Rumania
Ghana Senegal
Greece Sierra Leone
Guatemala South Africa
Guinea Spain
Haiti Sweden
Honduras Switzerland
Iceland Syrian Arab Republic
India Thailand
Indonesia Trinidad and Tobago
Iran Tunisia
Iraq Turkey
Israel United Arab Republic
Italy United Republic of Tanzania
Ivory Coast United States of America

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Jamaica Upper Volta
Japan Uruguay
Jordan Venezuela
Kenya Yugoslavia
Laos Zambia
Lebanon


EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This Note is not part of the Order.)
Section 53 of the Civil Aviation Act, 1949 exempts aircraft

to which the section applies, and parts of such aircraft, from
seizure on patent claims by reason of the lawful entry into, or
lawful transit across, the United Kingdom, and provides that the
section applies to aircraft registered in any country or territory in
the case of which there is in force a declaration made by Order
in Council that the benefits of those provisions of the Chicago
Convention of 1944 to which the section relates apply to that
country or territory, and to such other aircraft as may be
specified by Order in Council.

This Order revokes the Aircraft (Exemption from Seizure
on Patent Claims) Order, 1964 and re-enacts it, with the addition
of the following to the list of countries entitled to the benefits of
those provisions:
Cameroun
Malta, G.C.

Central African Republic Mauritania
Chad Nepal
Dahomey Niger
Gabon Rumania
Guinea Senegal
Ivory Coast Tanzania
Kenya Upper Volta
Malagasy Republic Zambia
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