LODGED BY THE REPUBLIC OF CAPE VERDE UNDER THE CAPE TOWN CONVENTION AT THE TIME OF THE DEPOSIT OF ITS INSTRUMENT OF ACCESSION
Form No. 1 (Specific declaration under Article 39(1)(a))
The Republic of Cape Verde declares that 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 registered international interest, whether in or outside insolvency proceedings:
a. Liens in favor of workers on the subject aircraft for unpaid wages arising since the time of a declared default under a contract to finance or lease that subject object;
b. Liens in favor of repairers of an object in their possession to the extent of service performed on and value added to that object.
Form No. 6 (Declaration under Article 40)
The Republic of Cape Verde declares that the following non-consensual rights or interests:
(a) rights of a person obtaining a court order permitting attachment of an aircraft object in partial or full satisfaction of a legal judgment, and
(b) liens or other rights of a state entity relating to taxes or other unpaid charges
shall be registrable under the Convention as regards any category of object as if the right or interest were an international interest and shall be regulated accordingly.
Form No. 11 (Declaration under Article 53)
The Republic of Cape Verde declares that all courts with competent jurisdiction under the laws of Cape Verde are the relevant courts for the purposes of Article 1 and Chapter XII of the Convention.
Form No. 13 (Mandatory declaration under Article 54(2))
The Republic of Cape Verde declares that any 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 court action and without leave of the court.
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