LODGED BY IRELAND UNDER THE AIRCRAFT PROTOCOL AT THE TIME OF THE DEPOSIT OF ITS INSTRUMENT OF ACCESSION
In accordance with Article XXX of the Aircraft Protocol, it is declared that Articles VIII, XII and XIII, and subarticle 3 of Article X, of that Protocol apply to and in respect of the State.
LODGED BY IRELAND UNDER THE AIRCRAFT PROTOCOL GIVING EFFECT TO ARTICLE XI BY DOMESTIC LEGISLATION
The declarations made by the European Union under the Aircraft Protocol, together with the regulations referred to in those declarations, affect the capacity of EU Member States to make declarations under Articles XXX(2) and Article XXX(3) of the Aircraft Protocol, concerning Articles X and XI of the said Protocol. European Member States, however, may amend their national law so as to result in the same substantive outcomes as if a declaration had been made under Article XXX(2) or Article XXX(3).
Such information as provided by Contracting States to the Depositary is also indicated herein. However, the Depositary wishes to clarify that it has not independently confirmed its accuracy and is merely sharing the information as received from Contracting States.
“The Government, in exercise of the powers conferred on them by section 5(2A) (inserted by section 53 of the State Airports (Shannon Group) Act 2014 (No. 27 of 2014) of the International Interests in Mobile Equipment (Cape Town Convention) Act 2005 (No. 15 of 2005)), hereby make the following order:
1. This Order may be cited as the International Interests in Mobile Equipment (Cape Town Convention) (Aircraft Protocol) Order 2017.
2. (1) The Aircraft Protocol shall have force of law in the State as provided for under section 4 of the International Interests in Mobile Equipment (Cape Town Convention) Act 2005 (No. 15 of 2005) as if the entirety of Alternative A in Article XI of the Aircraft Protocol were in force as respects the State and applied to insolvency proceedings.
(2) The waiting period required under Article XI of the Protocol is 60 days.”