LODGED BY THE KINGDOM OF THE NETHERLANDS UNDER THE CAPE TOWN CONVENTION AT THE TIME OF THE DEPOSIT OF ITS INSTRUMENT OF ACCESSION
Pursuant to Article 39 of the Convention, the Kingdom of the Netherlands declares:
(A) all categories of non-consensual rights or interests which under Netherlands Antilles and Aruba law have and will in the future have priority over an interest in an object equivalent to that of the holder of a registered international interest shall to that extent have priority over a registered international interest, whether in or outside insolvency proceedings; and
(B) nothing in the Convention shall affect the rights of the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba, any intergovernmental organization in which the Netherlands Antilles or Aruba is a Member State, or other provider of public services in the Netherlands Antilles or in Aruba to arrest or detain an aircraft object under the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba law for payment of amounts owed to such entity, organization or provider directly relating to the services provided by it in respect of that object or another object.
Pursuant to Article 52, paragraph 1, of the Convention, the Kingdom of the Netherlands declares that the Convention is to apply to the following territorial units: the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba.
Pursuant to Article 53 of the Convention, the Kingdom of the Netherlands declares that the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba courts and tribunals with competence by virtue of the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba legislation relating to judicial organization are competent for the purpose of the application of Article 1 and Chapter XII of the Convention.
Pursuant to Article 54, paragraph 2, of the Convention, the Kingdom of the Netherlands declares:
All remedies available to the creditor under the Convention or Protocol which are not expressed under the relevant provision thereof to require application to the court may be exercised, in accordance with the law of the Netherlands Antilles and the law of Aruba, without the leave of the court.
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