LODGED BY THE STATE OF QATAR UNDER THE AIRCRAFT PROTOCOL
AT THE TIME OF THE DEPOSIT OF ITS INSTRUMENT OF RATIFICATION
Form No. 19 (specific declarations made under Article XXX(1), in relation to Article VIII):
The State of Qatar declares that it applies Article VIII.
Form No. 19 (specific declarations made under Article XXX(2), in relation to Article X and that implies the full application of this article):
The State of Qatar declares that applies the entire Article X and that the number of working days that are used for the purposes of the time constraint mentioned in Article X(2) is for the treatment outlined in Article 13(1)(a),(b) and (c) of the Agreement (Preservation and value of equipment, and equipment acquisition or controlling or guarding it, and preventing the equipment from moving) for a period not exceeding 10 days, and with respect to the treatments specified in Article 13(1)(d) and (h) of the Agreement (rental or management of equipment and the income generated by it, sale of the equipment and allocation of the resulting proceeds) for a period not exceeding 30 days.
Form No. 23 (general declarations under Article XXX(3), in relation to Article XI providing for the full application of Alternative A to all types of insolvency proceedings):
The State of Qatar declares that it fully applies article XI, Alternative A to all types of insolvency proceedings, and that the period of waiting is 60 days, according to paragraph 3 of Article XI.
Form No. 26 (general declarations under article XXX(1) in relation to Article XII):
The State of Qatar declares that it applies Article XII.
Form No.27 (general declarations under Article XXX(1) in relation to Article XIII):
The State of Qatar declares that it applies Article XIII.
* The original version of these declarations was submitted in Arabic. This official version of the declarations is a translation provided by the State of Qatar.
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