The 1980 Protocol On Amendments To The Convention On International Civil Aviation

Original Language Title: Par 1980.gada Protokolu par grozījumiem Konvencijā par starptautisko civilo aviāciju

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: The 1980 Protocol on amendments to the Convention on international civil aviation article 1. 6.1980 in Montreal in October signed a Protocol on amendments to the Convention on international civil aviation (hereinafter referred to as the Protocol) with this law is adopted and approved. 2. article. The law shall enter into force on the date of its promulgation. With the law put the Protocol in English, and its translation into Latvian language. 3. article. Protocol shall enter into force for the period specified in article 3 and in order, and on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs notified the newspaper "journal". Parliamentary law pieņemts1999 of 28 January. The President g. Ulmanis in Riga in 1999 on February 11, relating to an amendment Protocol to the Convention on International Civil Aviation Signed at Montreal on 6 October 1980 the ASSEMBLY OF the INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION HAVING met in its Twenty-third Session at Montreal on 6 October 1980, HAVING NOTED Resolution of A1-22 and A22-28 on lease, charter and interchange of aircraft in international operations , HAVING NOTED the draft amendment to the Convention on International Civil Aviation prepared by the 23rd Session of the Legal Committee, HAVING NOTED that it is the general desire of Contracting States to make a provision for the transfer of certain functions and duties from the State of registry to the State of the operator of the aircraft in the case of lease , charter or interchange or any similar arrangements with respect to such aircraft, HAVING CONSIDERED it did not amend it, cessary for the purpose aforesaid, the Convention on International Civil Aviation at Chicago on the seventh day of December 1944, 1. APPROVE, in accordanc with the provision of article 94 (a) of the Convention aforesaid, the following proposed amendment to the said Convention: Insert after article 83 the following new article 83 bis Article 83 bis: "the Transfer of certain functions and duties (a) Notwithstanding the provision of article 12, 30, 31 and 32 (a), when an aircraft registered in a contracting State is operated to an agreement pursuan for the lease, charter or interchange of the aircraft or any similar through by an operator who has his principal place of business or, if he has from such place of business , his permanent residence in another contracting State, the Star of registry may, by agreement with such other State, transfer to it all or part of its functions and duties as State of registry in respect of that aircraft under articles 12, 30, 31 and 32 (a). The State of registry shall be relieved of responsibility in respect of the functions and duties transferred. (b) the transfer shall not have effect in respect of the other contracting States before either the agreement between States in which it is embodied has been registered with the Council and made public to article 83 pursuan or the existenc and scope of the agreement have been directly communicated to the authorities of the other contracting State or States concerned by a State party to the agreement. (c) the provision of paragraph (a) and (b) above shall also be applicable to the case covered by article 77. ". 2. SPEC, pursuan to the provision of the said article 94 (a) of the said Convention, ninety-eight as the number of Contracting States upon whose ratification the proposed amendment aforesaid shall come into force, and the RESOLVE that 3 the Secretary General of the International Civil Aviation Organization draw up a Protocol, in the English, French, Russian and Spanish languages, each of which shall be of equal authenticity , embodying the proposed amendment above-mentioned and the matter hereinafter appearing: (a) the Protocol shall be signed) by the President of the Assembly and its Secretary General. (b) the Protocol shall be open) the ratification by any State which has ratified or adhered to the said Convention on International Civil Aviation. (c) the instrument of ratification) shall be deposited with the international Civil Aviation Organization. (d) the Protocol shall come) into force in respect of the States which have ratified it on the date on which the ninety-eight instrument of ratification is so deposited. (e) The Secretary General shall immediately) notify all Contracting States of the date of deposit of each ratification of the Protocol. (f) The Secretary General shall immediately) notify all States parties to the said Convention of the date on which the Protocol comes into force. g) With respect to any Contracting State ratifying the Protocol after the date aforesaid, the Protocol shall come into force upon deposit of its instrument of ratification with the International Civil Aviation Organization. CONSEQUENTLY, pursuan to the aforesaid action of the Assembly, this Protocol has been drawn up by the Secretary General of the Organization. In WITNESS WHEREOF, the President and the Secretary General of the aforesaid Twenty-third Session of the Assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organization, being authorized by the Assembly, theret sign this Protocol. Done at Montreal on the sixth day of October of the year one thousand nine hundred and eighty, in a single document in the English, French, Russian, and Spanish languages, each of which shall be of equal authenticity. This Protocol shall remain deposited in the archives of the International Civil Aviation Organization, and certified thereof shall be transmitted by the cop to the Secretary General of the Organization to all States parties to the Convention on International Civil Aviation done at Chicago on the seventh day of December 1944.

R.s. Nyag's Yves Lambert President of the 23rd Session of the Assembly Secretary General Protocol on amendments to the Convention on international civil aviation

Signed at Montreal on 6 October 1980 at the international CIVIL Aviation Organization Assembly meeting at its twenty-third session in Montreal 1980 October 6, taking into account resolution 21-22, and A 22-28 on the rental of aircraft, charters and mutual exchanges with them, making international flights, taking into account the legal Commission 23. session on the draft prepared amendments to the Convention on international civil aviation, taking into account that the Contracting States expressed a common desire to develop regulations for the country of registration of the aircraft to the specific roles and responsibilities of the transfer of the air operator State aircraft rentals, Charter or interchange by cases, or even if they are performed in other similar activities, it considered it necessary for these reasons to amend the Convention on international civil aviation, signed in Chicago in 1944 to 7 September: 1. Confirms, in accordance with article 94 of the Convention, the provisions of point "a" of the said Convention the following amendment: After article 83 insert new article 83 bis: : "83 bis transfer of functions and responsibilities (a)) despite 12, 30, 31 and 32, article" a "above, in cases where one Contracting State registered aircraft according to the rentals, Charter or interchange agreement or other similar agreement uses an operator whose principal place of business or, if it has no such place of business, his permanent seat in another Contracting State, in the country of registration, in agreement with that country can put it all or part of its functions and duties it as the aircraft registration country is under 12, 30, 31 and 32, article "a" above. The country of registration is released from responsibility for the functions and duties transferred; (b)) the transfer does not apply to other Contracting States, while transnational contract, which includes a transfer is registered and published in accordance with article 83, or as long as the State that has entered into this agreement on the existence of such a contract, and the object of the contract is not directly notified the other interested Contracting State or a Contracting State institutions; (c)) for the "a" and "b" point rules also apply to cases referred to in article 77. ". 2. Determines, in accordance with article 94 of the Convention referred to "a" item, these amendments shall enter into force when ratified ninety-eight Member States, and 3 States that the international civil aviation Organization Secretary General, this Protocol shall be made in English, French, Russian and Spanish languages, all texts being equally authentic, and include such amendments and with the following provisions: (a) the signature of the Protocol) the President and the Secretary General of the Assembly; (b)) protocol for ratification is open to any State which ratified that Convention on international civil aviation or acceded to it; (c)) shall submit the instruments of ratification deposited with the international civil aviation organization; (d)) States which have ratified the Protocol, it shall enter into force on the date when storage is transferred to the ninety-eighth instrument of ratification; (e)), the Secretary-General shall immediately notify all Contracting States of the date of each protocol the ratification instrument deposited; (f)), the Secretary-General shall immediately notify all Contracting States of the Convention on the date of entry into force of the Protocol; g) each Contracting State ratifying the Protocol after that date, the Protocol shall enter into force following its ratification deposit of instrument with the international civil aviation organization. As a result, according to the Assembly's activities, the protocol prepared by the Secretary-General. In witness whereof, the international civil aviation organization Assembly, twenty-third session, the President and the Secretary-General, mandated by the Assembly, sign this Protocol. Signed at Montreal on 6 October 1980 in one document in the English, French, Russian and Spanish languages, each text being equally authentic. This Protocol shall be deposited with the international civil aviation organization's archives, but the certified copies of all sent to the Secretary-General of the Convention on international civil aviation, signed in Chicago on 7 December 1944, in the Contracting States.
R.s. Naiag (R.S. Nyag), Lambert Iv (Yves Lambert), 23 of the Assembly, the Secretary-General, the President of the session.




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