LODGED BY AUSTRALIA UNDER THE CAPE TOWN CONVENTION AT THE TIME OF THE DEPOSIT OF ITS INSTRUMENT OF ACCESSION
The Government of Australia declares that, in accordance with Article 39( l)(a) the following categories of non-consensual right or interest have priority under its law over an interest in an object equivalent to that of the holder of a registered international interest and shall have priority over a subsequently registered international interest, whether in or outside insolvency proceedings: statutory liens registered in accordance with the Air Services Act 1995 (Cth); and
The Government of Australia declares that, in accordance with Article 53, the following courts are the relevant courts for the purposes of Article l and Chapter XII of the Convention: the Federal Court of Australia; the Supreme Court of New South Wales; the Supreme Court of Victoria; the Supreme Court of Queensland; the Supreme Court of South Australia; the Supreme Court of Western Australia; the Supreme Court of Tasmania; the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory; the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory; and the Supreme Court of Norfolk Island; and
The Government of Australia declares that, in accordance with Article 54(2), all remedies available to the creditor under the Convention which are not expressed under the relevant provision thereof to require application to the court may be exercised without leave of the court; and
The Government of Australia declares that, in accordance with Article 55, it will not apply any of the provisions of Article 13 or Article 43.
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