DECLARATIONS

LODGED BY THE UNITED MEXICAN STATES UNDER THE AIRCRAFT PROTOCOL AT THE TIME OF THE DEPOSIT OF ITS INSTRUMENT OF ACCESSION

 

 

1. The United Mexican States declares that it will apply Article VIII of the Protocol.

 

 

2. In accordance with Article XI, the United Mexican States will apply Alternative B in its entirety to all types of insolvency proceeding and that the time-period for the purposes of Article XI subparagraph 2) shall be the time-period expressly indicated by the Parties in the corresponding contract consistent with the applicable law, and shall commence not earlier than the tie when the insolvency administrator or the debtor receives the creditor’s request under Article XI subparagraph 2) of that Alternative.

 

 

3. For registration in respect of airframes or helicopters pertaining to aircraft of the United Mexican States or aircrafts to become a civil aircraft of the United Mexican States, the Mexican Aeronautical Record is the entry point to the International Registry, and in respect of aircraft engines, may be the entry point to said Registry.

 

 

4. In accordance with Article XXX:

 

a) The United Mexican States declares that it will apply Article VIII of the Protocol.

 

b) The United Mexican States will apply in its entirety the Alternative B of Article XI of the Protocol to all types of insolvency proceedings, consistent with the national public order.

 

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Declarations lodged by the United Mexican States under the Cape Town Convention

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