LODGED BY THE REPUBLIC OF LATVIA UNDER THE CAPE TOWN CONVENTION AT THE TIME OF THE DEPOSIT OF ITS INSTRUMENT OF ACCESSION AND SUBSEQUENT DECLARATIONS
In accordance with subparagraph (a) of paragraph 1 of Article 39 of the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment, done at Cape Town on 16 November 2001, *
The Republic of Latvia declares that priority is given to the following non-consensual right or interest that are covered before registered international interest:
1) unpaid regulated fees that are directly applicable to the use of an aircraft object, including airport charges and charges for air navigation services;
2) unpaid fees for services and their added value provided within the scope of repair of aircraft.
In accordance with Article 40 of the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment, done at Cape Town on 16 November 2001, *
The Republic of Latvia declares that the rights of the person for whose benefit a prohibition or pledge endorsement has been registered, according to the decision of the court or institution, in the aircraft register in respect of the specific aircraft shall be respectively regulated and registered according to the Convention in respect of aircraft objects.
*[These declarations were notified to UNIDROIT by the Government of the Republic of Latvia as subsequent declarations pursuant to Article 57(1) of the Convention, on 18 February 2021, and in accordance with Article 57(2) of the Convention, these subsequent declarations took effect on 1 September 2021.]
In accordance with paragraph 2 of Article 54 of the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment (hereinafter – Convention) the Republic of Latvia declares that any remedy available to the creditor under any provision of the Convention which is not there expressed to require application to the court may be exercised without court order and without leave of the court.
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