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SLI 2011 No. 77 Regulations as made
These Regulations amend the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 and the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 to simplify, standardise and consolidate CASA’s administrative procedures, as far as practicable, in Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (CASR) Part 11.
Administered by: Infrastructure and Transport
Made 02 Jun 2011
Registered 08 Jun 2011
Tabled HR 14 Jun 2011
Tabled Senate 15 Jun 2011
Date of repeal 19 Mar 2014
Repealed by Civil Aviation (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2014
Table of contents.

Civil Aviation and Civil Aviation Safety Amendment Regulations 2011 (No. 2)1

Select Legislative Instrument 2011 No. 77

I, PROFESSOR MARIE BASHIR, AC, CVO, Administrator of the Government of the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, make the following Regulations under the Civil Aviation Act 1988.

Dated 2 June 2011

MARIE BASHIR

Administrator

By Her Excellency’s Command

ANTHONY ALBANESE


Contents

                        1      Name of Regulations                                                       2

                        2      Commencement                                                              2

                        3      Amendment of Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998       2

                        4      Amendment of Civil Aviation Regulations 1988                  2

Schedule 1                  Amendments of Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998  3

Schedule 2                  Amendments of Civil Aviation Regulations 1988          87

 

 


1              Name of Regulations

                These Regulations are the Civil Aviation and Civil Aviation Safety Amendment Regulations 2011 (No. 2).

2              Commencement

                These Regulations commence on 27 June 2011.

3              Amendment of Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998

                Schedule 1 amends the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.

4              Amendment of Civil Aviation Regulations 1988

                Schedule 2 amends the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988.



Schedule 1        Amendments of Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998

(regulation 3)

 

[1]           Guide

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[2]           Regulation 11.005

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11.005    Purpose of Part

                This Part sets out administrative provisions for the regulation of civil aviation, including in relation to:

                (a)    authorisations; and

               (b)    exemptions from provisions of these Regulations and the Civil Aviation Orders; and

                (c)    directions; and

               (d)    delegation of CASA’s powers; and

                (e)    the issuing of Manuals of Standards.

[3]           Subregulation 11.010 (2)

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authorisations, licences, ratings, certificates, endorsements and qualifications (collectively called authorisations)

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authorisations

[4]           After subregulation 11.010 (3)

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      (3A)   Subpart 11.BA contains rules about granting authorisations, including the duration of, and the imposition of conditions on, authorisations.

[5]           Regulation 11.015, definition of authorisation

substitute

authorisation means:

                (a)    a civil aviation authorisation other than:

                          (i)    an AOC; or

                         (ii)    a delegation; or

                        (iii)    the appointment of an authorised person; or

               (b)    an approval or qualification of a document or thing under these Regulations, other than a material, part, process or appliance to which Subpart 21.K applies; or

                (c)    a certificate capable of being granted to a person under these Regulations.

Note   For the definition of civil aviation authorisation, see section 3 of the Act.

[6]           After regulation 11.015

insert

11.018    Approval of forms

         (1)   If another provision of these Regulations provides for a document, other than an application for an authorisation, to be in an approved form, CASA may, in writing, approve a form for that document.

         (2)   If, under subregulation (1), CASA has approved a form for a document, the document is not taken to have been completed unless it:

                (a)    is in the approved form; and

               (b)    includes all of the information required by the form.

Note   For the form of an application for an authorisation, see regulation 11.030.

[7]           Subpart 11.B, heading

substitute

Subpart 11.B        Applications for authorisations

[8]           Regulation 11.025

substitute

11.025    Application of Part to authorised persons

                If these Regulations allow an application for an authorisation to be made to an authorised person, a reference in this Part to CASA includes, in relation to such an application, an authorised person to whom such an application is made.

[9]           After paragraph 11.030 (1) (a)

insert

              (aa)    if CASA has approved a form for the application — it is in the approved form and includes all of the information required by the form; and

[10]         Subregulation 11.030 (2)

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or accepted

[11]         After subregulation 11.030 (2)

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         (3)   For paragraph (1) (aa), CASA may, in writing, approve a form for an application for an authorisation.

[12]         After regulation 11.030

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11.032    Application for authorisation after previous authorisation cancelled

         (1)   Subject to subregulation (2), if:

                (a)    a person who applies for an authorisation at a particular time (the current time) has previously held an authorisation of the same kind (the earlier authorisation); and

               (b)    the earlier authorisation was cancelled, other than at the request of the holder;

the applicant must include with the application any available evidence to show that the applicant could properly undertake the activity authorised by the authorisation at the current time.

         (2)   For an authorisation mentioned in an item in the following table, subregulation (1) applies only if the authorisation was cancelled for a reason mentioned in the item.

Item

Authorisation

Reason for cancellation

1

ATC licence or flight service licence

A reason mentioned in subregulation 65.265 (1)

2

Approval as an ARFFS provider

A reason mentioned in subregulation 139.1020 (1)

3

Approval as an ATS training provider

A reason mentioned in regulation 143.225

4

Approval as an ATS provider

A reason mentioned in regulation 172.315

[13]         Subregulation 11.035 (2)

omit

a matter or matters referred to in paragraph 11.055 (1) (a), (b), (c) or (d),

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a matter mentioned in subregulation 11.055 (1A),

[14]         Paragraph 11.035 (2) (a)

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or tests

[15]         Subregulations 11.035 (3) and (4)

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         (3)   If CASA reasonably needs to interview or test an officer of an applicant that is a corporation for the purpose of satisfying itself about a matter mentioned in subregulation 11.055 (1A), CASA may, by written notice, ask the applicant to have the officer:

                (a)    undertake a test of knowledge, skill or competence relevant to the application; or

               (b)    come to a specified CASA office at a specified time to be interviewed.

         (4)   The time of interview and the CASA office specified in a notice under paragraph (2) (b) or (3) (b) must be reasonable in the circumstances.

[16]         Subregulation 11.035 (5)

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subregulation (2) or (4).

insert

subregulation (2) or (3).

[17]         After subregulation 11.040 (2)

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         (3)   If CASA asks an applicant:

                (a)    to provide information or a copy of a document under subregulation (1); or

               (b)    to provide evidence under subregulation (2);

CASA need not begin to consider, or may stop considering, the application until CASA receives the information, document or evidence.

[18]         Regulation 11.045

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If another

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         (1)   If another

[19]         Regulation 11.045

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require

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ask

[20]         Paragraph 11.045 (b)

after

facility

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or item of equipment

[21]         Regulation 11.045

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         (2)   If CASA asks an applicant to give a demonstration or allow an inspection under subregulation (1), CASA need not begin to consider, or may stop considering, the application until the applicant gives the demonstration or allows the inspection.

[22]         After regulation 11.045

insert

11.047    Other things CASA can ask applicant to do — statutory declarations to verify applications

         (1)   CASA may ask an applicant to verify, by statutory declaration, any statement made by the applicant in an application.

         (2)   If CASA asks an applicant to verify a statement under subregulation (1), CASA need not begin to consider, or may stop considering, the application until CASA receives the statutory declaration.

[23]         Paragraph 11.050 (1) (a)

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submitted

insert

submitted, or information provided,

[24]         Subregulation 11.050 (3)

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If

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Subject to subregulation (3B), if

[25]         After subregulation 11.050 (3)

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      (3A)   CASA may ask the applicant to verify, by statutory declaration, any statement made by the applicant in a submission.

      (3B)   If CASA asks an applicant to verify a statement under subregulation (3A), CASA need not begin to consider, or may stop considering, the application until CASA receives the statutory declaration.

[26]         Subregulations 11.050 (4) and (5)

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CAR or

[27]         After regulation 11.050

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Subpart 11.BA      Granting authorisations etc

[28]         Subregulation 11.055 (1), including the note

substitute

         (1)   This regulation applies despite any other provision of these Regulations that provides for the grant or issue of an authorisation, but subject to section 30A and paragraphs 30DY (2) (b), 30DZ (2) (b) and 30EC (2) (b) of the Act.

Note 1   Under section 30A of the Act, the Court may make an order excluding a person from a particular aviation activity for a specified period (the exclusion period). Under subsection 30A (4), during the exclusion period any authorisation granted to the person for the activity is of no effect and a new authorisation to undertake the activity is not to be granted to the person.

Note 2   Under section 30DY of the Act, CASA must give the holder of an authorisation a demerit suspension notice if the holder has incurred at least 12 demerit points in relation to authorisations of the same class in a 3 year period. Under paragraph 30DY (2) (b), the holder is not entitled to be granted a new authorisation of that class during the period of the suspension.

Note 3   Under section 30DZ of the Act, CASA must give the holder of an authorisation a demerit suspension notice if the holder has incurred at least 6 demerit points in relation to authorisations of the same class in a 3 year period and has previously been given a demerit suspension notice in relation to that class of authorisations. Under paragraph 30DZ (2) (b), the holder is not entitled to be granted a new authorisation of that class during the period of the suspension.

Note 4   Under section 30EC of the Act, CASA must give the holder of an authorisation a demerit cancellation notice if the holder has incurred at least 6 demerit points in relation to authorisations of the same class in a 3 year period and has twice previously been given a demerit suspension notice in relation to that class of authorisations. Under paragraph 30EC (2) (b), the holder is not entitled to be granted a new authorisation of that class for 3 years from the date of the notice.

      (1A)   Subject to subregulation (1B), if a person has applied for an authorisation in accordance with these Regulations, CASA may grant the authorisation only if:

                (a)    the person meets the criteria specified in these Regulations for the grant of the authorisation; and

               (b)    any other requirements in relation to the person that are specified in these Regulations for the grant of the authorisation are met; and

                (c)    any other requirements in relation to the thing in respect of which the application is made that are specified in these Regulations for the grant of the authorisation are met; and

               (d)    these Regulations do not forbid CASA granting the authorisation in the particular case; and

                (e)    granting the authorisation would not be likely to have an adverse effect on the safety of air navigation.

      (1B)   If another provision of these Regulations provides that this subregulation applies to the granting of the authorisation, CASA may grant the authorisation only if:

                (a)    the requirements of paragraphs (1A) (a) to (d) are satisfied; and

               (b)    granting the authorisation will preserve a level of aviation safety that is at least acceptable.

[29]         Subregulation 11.055 (2)

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paragraph (1) (a),

insert

paragraph (1A) (a),

[30]         Subregulation 11.055 (3)

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If CASR limits

insert

If these Regulations limit

[31]         Subregulation 11.055 (4)

after

safety of air navigation,

insert

or would preserve a level of aviation safety that is at least acceptable,

[32]         Subparagraph 11.055 (4) (g) (i)

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                          (i)    the Act or these Regulations; or

[33]         Subregulation 11.055 (8), including the notes

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[34]         After regulation 11.055

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11.056    Authorisation may be granted subject to conditions

         (1)   CASA may grant an authorisation subject to any condition that CASA is satisfied is necessary:

                (a)    in the interests of the safety of air navigation; or

               (b)    to ensure that, as far as practicable, the environment is protected from:

                          (i)    the effects of the operation and use of aircraft; and

                         (ii)    the effects associated with the operation and use of aircraft.

Note   Other conditions applicable to authorisations are set out in these Regulations — see in particular regulations 11.070 to 11.075.

         (2)   A condition imposed under this regulation must be set out in the authorisation.

[35]         Regulation 11.060

substitute

11.060    Notice of decision

         (1)   After making a decision on an application, CASA must give the applicant written notice of the decision, including:

                (a)    if the decision was to grant the authorisation applied for:

                          (i)    if these Regulations provide for a certificate or other document to be issued to the applicant as evidence that he or she holds the authorisation — that document; and

                         (ii)    if the decision included a decision to impose a condition that was not sought by the applicant — the reasons for the decision; or

               (b)    if the decision was to refuse to grant the authorisation — the reasons for the decision.

Note   Most decisions in relation to authorisations are reviewable by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal — see section 31 of the Act, regulation 201.004 and regulation 297A of CAR. Section 27A of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975 requires that a person affected by a reviewable decision be given notice of the existence of the right of review.

         (2)   A notice or document mentioned in subregulation (1) may state the date on which the authorisation comes into effect.

         (3)   The date must not be date before the date of the notice or document.

         (4)   A failure by CASA to comply with subparagraph (1) (a) (ii) or paragraph (1) (b) in relation to a decision does not invalidate the decision.

[36]         Paragraph 11.065 (a)

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paragraph 11.060 (1) (b);

insert

subregulation 11.060 (1);

[37]         After regulation 11.065

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11.067    Imposing and varying conditions after grant of authorisation

         (1)   After the grant of an authorisation, if CASA considers that it is necessary in the interests of the safety of air navigation, CASA may, in accordance with this regulation:

                (a)    impose a condition on the authorisation; or

               (b)    vary a condition of the authorisation.

         (2)   If, after the grant of an authorisation, CASA proposes, in the interests of the safety of air navigation, to:

                (a)    impose a condition on the authorisation; or

               (b)    vary a condition of the authorisation;

CASA must give written notice of the proposed condition or variation to the holder of the authorisation.

         (3)   The notice must specify a reasonable period within which the holder may make a submission in relation to the proposed condition or variation.

         (4)   If the holder makes a submission under subregulation (3) within the period specified in the notice, CASA must take the submission into account in determining whether it is necessary in the interests of the safety of air navigation to impose or vary the condition.

         (5)   If:

                (a)    after the end of the period specified under subregulation (3); and

               (b)    having taken into account any submission made by the holder within that period;

CASA is satisfied that it is necessary to do so, in the interests of the safety of air navigation, CASA may impose or vary the condition.

         (6)   CASA must give the holder of the authorisation written notice of its decision.

         (7)   A condition imposed, or a variation of a condition, under this regulation takes effect on the date of the notice under subregulation (6) or at a later time specified in the notice.

         (8)   This regulation does not apply to the imposition of a condition on a class of authorisations under regulation 11.068.

11.068    Conditions imposed on class of authorisations

         (1)   For subsection 98 (5A) of the Act, CASA may issue a legislative instrument that imposes a condition relating to a matter mentioned in that subsection on a specified class of authorisations.

         (2)   The class of authorisations may include authorisations granted before the imposition of the condition.

         (3)   A condition imposed by a legislative instrument issued under subregulation (1) is taken to be a condition of every authorisation of the class mentioned in the instrument.

         (4)   A condition imposed by a legislative instrument issued under subregulation (1) takes effect:

                (a)    for an authorisation that takes effect before the day on which the instrument comes into force:

                          (i)    when the instrument comes into force; or

                         (ii)    if a later time is stated in the instrument — at that time; and

               (b)    for an authorisation granted on or after the day on which the instrument comes into force:

                          (i)    when the authorisation comes into effect; or

                         (ii)    if a later time is stated in the instrument — at that time.

[38]         Regulation 11.070

substitute

11.070    Conditions of authorisations — change of name or address

         (1)   It is a condition of an authorisation that its holder must, within the period mentioned in subregulation (3), tell CASA, in writing, of a change of either of the following kinds:

                (a)    the holder changes his, her or its name;

               (b)    the holder changes any of the following addresses:

                          (i)    if the holder is an individual — his or her residential address;

                         (ii)    if the holder is a corporation — the address of its registered office;

                        (iii)    if the holder has given CASA an address to which notices may be sent — that address;

                        (iv)    any other address that was required to be stated in the application for the authorisation.

         (2)   A person commits an offence if:

                (a)    the person is the holder of an authorisation; and

               (b)    a change mentioned in paragraph (1) (a) or (b) happens in relation to the person; and

                (c)    the person does not tell CASA, in writing, of the change within the period mentioned in subregulation (3).

Penalty:   50 penalty units.

         (3)   The period is:

                (a)    within 14 days after the change happens; or

               (b)    if another provision of these Regulations allows, in relation to that kind of authorisation, a different period within which the person must tell CASA of the change — within that period.

         (4)   An offence against subregulation (2) is an offence of strict liability.

11.071    Conditions of authorisations — change of nationality

         (1)   It is a condition of an authorisation upon which is noted the nationality of its holder that the holder must, within the period mentioned in subregulation (3), tell CASA, in writing, of a change of his or her nationality.

Note   The holder’s nationality is noted on a flight crew licence and aircraft maintenance engineer licence. This requirement is imposed by ICAO.

         (2)   A person commits an offence if the person:

                (a)    is the holder of an authorisation on which is noted his or her nationality; and

               (b)    changes his or her nationality; and

                (c)    does not tell CASA, in writing, of the change within the period mentioned in subregulation (3).

Penalty:   50 penalty units.

         (3)   The period is:

                (a)    within 14 days after the change happens; or

               (b)    if another provision of these Regulations allows, in relation to that kind of authorisation, a different period within which the person must tell CASA of the change — within that period.

         (4)   An offence against subregulation (2) is an offence of strict liability.

11.072    Conditions of authorisations — change of business status

         (1)   It is a condition of an authorisation used in connection with an aviation‑related activity of a business that its holder must tell CASA, in writing, of a change of any of the following kinds within the period mentioned in subregulation (3):

                (a)    if the holder carries on the business under a name that is registered as a trading or business name under the law of a State or Territory — the holder changes that name, ceases to use that name, or begins to use another name;

               (b)    the person changes the place at which he or she carries on the business;

                (c)    the holder ceases to be entitled to occupy the premises from which he or she carries on the business;

               (d)    the holder ceases temporarily or permanently to carry on the business;

                (e)    if the holder is an individual — the holder:

                          (i)    is declared bankrupt; or

                         (ii)    enters into an arrangement with his or her creditors under Part X of the Bankruptcy Act 1966; or

                        (iii)    applies to take the benefit of any other law for the protection of debtors; or

                        (iv)    becomes aware that he or she has an illness likely to render him or her unable to carry on the business for a period that is likely to exceed 3 months;

                (f)    if the holder is a member of a partnership — an event mentioned in paragraph (e) happens to any of the members;

               (g)    if the holder is a corporation:

                          (i)    the holder:

                                   (A)     becomes an externally‑administered body corporate (within the meaning given by section 9 of the Corporations Act 2001); or

                                   (B)     applies to take the benefit of any other law for the protection of insolvent corporations; or

                         (ii)    an event mentioned in paragraph (e) happens to any of the holder’s key personnel.

         (2)   A person commits an offence if:

                (a)    the person is the holder of an authorisation; and

               (b)    the person uses the authorisation in connection with an aviation‑related activity of a business; and

                (c)    a change mentioned in subregulation (1) happens in relation to the person; and

               (d)    the person does not tell CASA, in writing, of the change within the period mentioned in subregulation (3).

Penalty:   50 penalty units.

         (3)   The period is:

                (a)    within 14 days after the change happens; or

               (b)    if another provision of these Regulations allows, in relation to that kind of authorisation, a different period within which the person must tell CASA of the change — within that period.

         (4)   An offence against subregulation (2) in relation to a change mentioned in paragraph (1) (a), (b), (c) or (d), subparagraph (1) (e) (i), (ii) or (iii) or subparagraph (1) (g) (i) is an offence of strict liability.

         (5)   In this regulation:

key personnel, in relation to a corporation that holds an authorisation, means the people holding, or carrying out the duties of, any positions that the holder is required by these Regulations to have in its organisation.

11.073    Conditions of authorisations — notice of death, dissolution etc

         (1)   It is a condition of an authorisation held by a member of a partnership that, if any of the members dies, another of the members must tell CASA in writing within a reasonable period after the member’s death.

         (2)   It is a condition of an authorisation held by a member of a partnership that, if the partnership is dissolved, a former member must tell CASA in writing within 14 days after the partnership is dissolved.

         (3)   It is a condition of an authorisation held by a corporation that, if the corporation is placed in liquidation, the liquidator must tell CASA in writing within 14 days after the corporation is placed in liquidation.

         (4)   A person commits an offence if:

                (a)    he or she is the liquidator of a corporation that holds an authorisation; and

               (b)    he or she does not, within 14 days after the corporation is placed in liquidation, tell CASA, in writing, that the corporation has been placed in liquidation.

Penalty:   50 penalty units.

         (5)   It is a condition of an authorisation held by a corporation that, if the corporation is placed in administration, the administrator must tell CASA in writing within 14 days after the corporation is placed in administration.

         (6)   A person commits an offence if:

                (a)    he or she is the administrator of a corporation that holds an authorisation; and

               (b)    he or she does not, within 14 days after the corporation is placed in administration, tell CASA, in writing, that the corporation has been placed in administration.

Penalty:   50 penalty units.

         (7)   An offence against subregulation (4) or (6) is an offence of strict liability.

11.074    Conditions of authorisations — notice required by CASA

         (1)   Subject to subregulation (2), CASA may, by written notice given to the holder of an authorisation, require the holder to notify CASA of the happening of an event specified in the notice within a specified period.

         (2)   An event specified in the notice must be an event that CASA is satisfied might adversely affect the carrying out of the activity authorised by the authorisation.

         (3)   It is a condition of the authorisation that the holder must comply with the notice.

         (4)   A person commits an offence if:

                (a)    the person is the holder of an authorisation; and

               (b)    under subregulation (1), CASA requires the person to notify CASA of the happening of an event within a specified period; and

                (c)    the event happens; and

               (d)    the person does not tell CASA, in writing, of the event within the specified period.

Penalty:   50 penalty units.

         (5)   Strict liability applies to paragraph (4) (d).

11.075    Conditions of authorisations — provision of information

         (1)   CASA may, by written notice, require the holder of an authorisation to give CASA specified information, or a specified document, that relates to the activity, document or thing to which the authorisation relates.

         (2)   It is a condition of an authorisation that its holder must comply with a notice given under subregulation (1):

                (a)    within 14 days after receiving the notice; or

               (b)    if a different period is specified in the notice — within that period.

         (3)   A person commits an offence if:

                (a)    the person is the holder of an authorisation; and

               (b)    CASA requires the person, under subregulation (1), to give CASA information or a document; and

                (c)    the person does not give CASA the information or document:

                          (i)    within 14 days after receiving the notice; or

                         (ii)    if a different period is specified in the notice — within that period.

Penalty:   50 penalty units.

         (4)   Strict liability applies to paragraph (3) (c).

11.077    Breach of conditions — offence

         (1)   A person commits an offence if:

                (a)    the person holds an authorisation that is subject to a condition imposed under regulation 11.056, 11.067 or 11.068; and

               (b)    the person contravenes the condition.

Penalty:   50 penalty units.

         (2)   An offence against subregulation (1) is an offence of strict liability.

[39]         Regulation 11.080

omit

[40]         Subregulation 11.090 (2)

substitute

         (2)   The authorisation must comply with Chapter 5 of that Annex.

[41]         Subregulation 11.095 (2)

substitute

         (2)   The authorisation must comply with paragraph 8.7.1.2 of that Annex.

[42]         Subregulation 11.110 (2)

omit everything before paragraph (a), insert

         (2)   The authorisation must set out:

[43]         Regulation 11.120

substitute

11.120    Purpose of Subpart

                This Subpart provides for:

                (a)    the variation of an authorisation, including imposing, removing or varying a condition of an authorisation, at the request of the holder of the authorisation; and

               (b)    the suspension or cancellation of an authorisation at the request of the holder of the authorisation.

Note   See Part 13 in regard to suspension, variation or cancellation of an authorisation for other reasons.

[44]         Regulation 11.125, heading

substitute

11.125    Application of Subparts 11.B and 11.BA to variation of authorisation

[45]         Before subregulation 11.125 (1)

insert

      (1A)   The holder of an authorisation may apply, in writing, for a variation of the authorisation.

      (1B)   The application may be made to a person to whom the application for the authorisation could have been made.

[46]         Subregulation 11.125 (1)

omit

an authorisation.

insert

an authorisation as if each reference in Subpart 11.B to an application for an authorisation were a reference to an application to vary the authorisation.

[47]         Subregulation 11.125 (3)

substitute

         (3)   Regulations 11.055, 11.056, 11.060 and 11.065 apply to a variation of an authorisation as if each reference in those regulations to an authorisation were a reference to a variation of an authorisation.

[48]         Regulation 11.130, note

omit

[49]         After regulation 11.130

insert

11.132    Effect of suspension

         (1)   If a person’s authorisation is suspended under this Subpart:

                (a)    the person is taken, for the purpose of any provision of these Regulations under which the holding of the authorisation is a requirement for the grant of another authorisation, not to be the holder of the authorisation during the period of suspension; and

               (b)    the authorisation is not in force during the period of suspension.

         (2)   If a time-limited authorisation is suspended under this Subpart, the period for which the authorisation was granted continues to run.

[50]         Regulation 11.135

substitute

11.135    Purpose of Subpart

                This Subpart sets out provisions relating to time‑limited authorisations.

[51]         Regulation 11.145, heading

substitute

11.145    Application of Subparts 11.B and 11.BA

[52]         Subregulation 11.145 (1)

omit

Subpart 11.B applies

insert

Subparts 11.B and 11.BA apply

[53]         Subregulation 11.145 (3)

substitute

         (3)   If these Regulations allow an application for an authorisation to be made to an authorised person, a reference in Subpart 11.B or 11.BA or this Subpart to CASA includes, in relation to an application mentioned in paragraph 11.140 (1) (a), an authorised person to whom such an application is made.

[54]         Subpart 11.F, heading

substitute

Subpart 11.F         Exemptions from provisions of these Regulations and Civil Aviation Orders

[55]         Regulation 11.155

substitute

11.155    Purpose of Division

                This Division provides for the granting of exemptions from particular provisions of these Regulations or the Civil Aviation Orders.

Note   Division 11.F.2 provides separately for exemptions in exceptional circumstances, such as a natural disaster.

[56]         Subregulation 11.160 (1)

substitute

         (1)   For subsection 98 (5A) of the Act, CASA may, by instrument, grant an exemption under this Division from compliance with:

                (a)    a provision of these Regulations; or

               (b)    a provision of a Civil Aviation Order;

in relation to a matter mentioned in that subsection.

[57]         Subregulation 11.160 (2)

omit

class of person,

insert

class of persons,

[58]         Subregulation 11.160 (3), at the foot

insert

Note 1   For the application of the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 to an instrument granting an exemption under this Division, see subsections 98 (5AA), (5AB), (5B) and (5BA) of the Act.

Note 2   For review of a decision refusing to grant an exemption under this Division, see regulation 201.004.

Note 3   Despite the repeal of regulation 308 of CAR, an exemption granted under that regulation before 27 June 2011 continues to have effect on and after 27 June 2011 according to its terms — see subregulation 202.011 (2).

[59]         Regulation 11.180

substitute

11.180    Purpose of Division

                This Division provides for the granting of exemptions in exceptional circumstances.

[60]         Subregulation 11.185 (1)

substitute

         (1)   For subsection 98 (5A) of the Act, in exceptional circumstances CASA may, by instrument, grant an exemption under this Division from compliance with:

                (a)    a provision of these Regulations; or

               (b)    a provision of a Civil Aviation Order;

in relation to a matter mentioned in that subsection.

[61]         After subregulation 11.185 (3)

insert

         (4)   CASA may grant an exemption under this Division to a person, or to a class of persons, and may specify the class by reference to membership of a specified body or any other characteristic.

         (5)   CASA may grant an exemption under this Division either on application or on its own initiative.

Note 1   For the application of the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 to an instrument granting an exemption under this Division, see subsections 98 (5AA), (5AB), (5B) and (5BA) of the Act.

Note 2   For review of a decision refusing to grant an exemption under this Division, see regulation 201.004.

Note 3   Despite the repeal of regulation 308 of CAR, an exemption granted under that regulation before 27 June 2011 continues to have effect on and after 27 June 2011 according to its terms — see subregulation 202.011 (2).

[62]         Regulation 11.200

substitute

11.200    Purpose of Division

                This Division sets out general provisions applying to exemptions under this Subpart.

[63]         Regulation 11.215

omit

[64]         Subregulation 11.220 (1), note

omit

[65]         Regulation 11.225, notes

substitute

Note   The Internet address for CASA’s website is http://www.casa.gov.au.

[66]         Paragraphs 11.230 (1) (a) and (b)

omit

2 years

insert

3 years

[67]         Paragraphs 11.230 (2) (a) and (b)

omit

6 months

insert

12 months

[68]         Regulation 11.230, note

omit

[69]         Regulation 11.240, heading

substitute

11.240    Purpose of Subpart

[70]         Regulation 11.240

omit

temporary

[71]         Subregulation 11.245 (1), including the notes

substitute

         (1)   For subsection 98 (5A) of the Act, CASA may, by instrument, issue a direction about any matter affecting:

                (a)    the safe navigation and operation of aircraft; or

               (b)    the maintenance of aircraft; or

                (c)    the airworthiness of, or design standards for, aircraft.

Note 1   For the application of the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 to an instrument containing a direction under this regulation, see subsections 98 (5AA), (5AB), (5B) and (5BA) of the Act.

Note 2   See also Part 39 in relation to CASA’s powers to issue airworthiness directives.

[72]         Paragraph 11.245 (2) (a)

substitute

                (a)    only if CASA is satisfied that it is necessary to do so in the interests of the safety of air navigation; and

[73]         Regulation 11.250

after

A direction

insert

under regulation 11.245

[74]         Paragraph 11.250 (a)

omit

(not longer than 1 year after the day on which it commences)

[75]         Regulation 11.250, note

omit

[76]         Subregulation 11.255 (1)

after

a direction

insert

under regulation 11.245

[77]         Subregulation 11.260 (1)

substitute

         (1)   The Director may, by written instrument, delegate to an officer a power of CASA under these Regulations.

      (1A)   The Director may, by written instrument, delegate to a person a power of CASA under these Regulations for, or in connection with, the performance of a function conferred on CASA under subsection 9 (1) of the Act.

[78]         Paragraph 11.260 (2) (a)

omit

[79]         Subregulation 11.260 (4), at the foot

insert

Note   Despite the repeal of regulation 7 of CAR, a delegation given under that regulation before 27 June 2011 continues to have effect on and after 27 June 2011 according to its terms — see subregulation 202.010 (1A).

[80]         Regulation 11.265

substitute

11.265    Purpose of Subpart

                This Subpart sets out the procedures for consultation before CASA issues a Manual of Standards.

Note   Manuals of Standards are documents which support these Regulations by providing detailed technical material, such as technical specifications or standards. Manuals of Standards are legislative instruments and are subject to registration and disallowance under the Legislative Instruments Act 2003.

11.267    Application of Subpart to amendment or revocation of Manual of Standards

                The procedures in this Subpart apply to the amendment or revocation of a MOS in the same way as the procedures apply to the issue of a MOS.

[81]         Subregulation 11.280 (3)

omit

For

insert

Subject to subregulation (4), for

[82]         After subregulation 11.280 (3)

insert

         (4)   For paragraph (2) (c), the period during which comments on an amendment of a MOS that is of a minor or machinery nature may be lodged must be reasonable in the circumstances but not less than 14 days.

[83]         Regulation 21.013A

before

CASA

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055,

[84]         Subregulation 21.029 (1)

omit

CASA may

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must

[85]         Regulation 21.029A

after

regulations

insert

11.055,

[86]         Regulation 21.076

before

CASA

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055,

[87]         Subregulation 21.098 (1)

omit

         (1)   CASA,

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA,

[88]         Regulation 21.113A

before

CASA

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055,

[89]         Subregulation 21.134 (1)

omit

         (1)   CASA

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA

[90]         Subregulation 21.176 (1)

before

CASA

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055,

[91]         Subregulation 21.176 (3)

omit

under subregulation (2)

insert

on a certificate of airworthiness under regulation 11.056

[92]         Subregulation 21.176 (4)

omit

under this regulation,

insert

on a certificate of airworthiness under regulation 11.056,

[93]         Subregulation 21.195A (1)

before

CASA

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055,

[94]         Subregulation 21.195A (3)

omit

under subregulation (2)

insert

on an experimental certificate under regulation 11.056

[95]         Subregulation 21.195A (4)

omit

under this regulation,

insert

on an experimental certificate under regulation 11.056,

[96]         Subregulation 21.199 (1)

omit

in a form and manner acceptable

[97]         Subregulation 21.200 (1)

omit

subregulation (1A),

insert

subregulation (1A) and regulation 11.055,

[98]         Subregulation 21.200 (3)

omit

under subregulation (2)

insert

on a special flight permit under regulation 11.056

[99]         Subregulation 21.200 (4)

omit

under this regulation,

insert

on a special flight permit under regulation 11.056,

[100]       Regulation 21.201, heading

substitute

21.201    Inspection, suspension and cancellation of special flight permits

[101]       Regulation 21.216

before

CASA

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055,

[102]       Regulation 21.239

omit

CASA may

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must

[103]       Subregulation 21.303 (9)

before

CASA

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055,

[104]       Regulation 21.324

before

CASA,

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055,

[105]       Subregulation 21.327 (1)

substitute

         (1)   A person may apply, in writing, to CASA or an authorised person for an export airworthiness approval for a Class I, Class II or Class III product.

[106]       Subregulation 21.500A (3)

substitute

         (3)   Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must grant the approval.

[107]       Subregulation 21.502A (3)

substitute

         (3)   Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA or the authorised person must grant the approval.

[108]       Subregulation 21.605 (4)

before

CASA

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055,

[109]       Subregulation 21.605 (4)

omit

if the applicant has,

insert

if CASA is satisfied that the applicant has,

[110]       Subregulation 21.609 (3), except the source reference

substitute

         (3)   Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must grant the approval.

[111]       Paragraphs 45.115 (1) (c) and (d)

substitute

                (c)    a corporation incorporated under the Corporations Act 2001; or

               (d)    a body incorporated under a law in force in Australia other than the Corporations Act 2001; or

[112]       Subregulation 60.025 (1), at the foot

insert

Note 1   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

Note 2   Part 11 deals with applications and decision making.

[113]       Subregulation 60.030 (2), at the foot

insert

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to qualify, or cancelling, suspending or varying, the qualification of, a simulator or device; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on the qualification of a device.

[114]       Subregulation 60.055 (1), note

substitute

Note 1   See Advisory Circulars 60-2 and 60-4.

Note 2   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

Note 3   Part 11 deals with applications and decision making.

[115]       After subregulation 60.055 (1)

insert

      (1A)   Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA may grant the approval.

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to grant, or cancelling, suspending or varying, an approval; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on an approval.

[116]       Subregulation 60.055 (5)

omit

takes effect on the date of issue and

[117]       Subpart 65.C, heading

substitute

Subpart 65.C        Licensing

Note   In addition to the provisions of this Subpart, Part 11 contains provisions relating to an application for a rating or endorsement on an ATC licence or flight service licence.

[118]       Before subregulation 65.080 (1)

insert

      (1A)   A person may apply to CASA, in writing, for an air traffic controller rating.

Note   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

[119]       Subregulation 65.080 (1)

omit everything before paragraph (a), insert

         (1)   Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must grant a rating to an applicant who:

[120]       Subregulation 65.080 (1), at the foot

insert

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to grant, or cancelling, suspending or varying, a rating; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on a rating.

[121]       After subregulation 65.085 (1)

insert

      (1A)   A person may apply to CASA, in writing, for an endorsement on an ATC licence.

Note   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

[122]       Subregulation 65.085 (2)

omit everything before paragraph (a), insert

         (2)   Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must grant an endorsement to an applicant who:

[123]       Subregulation 65.085 (2), at the foot

insert

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to grant, or cancelling, suspending or varying, an endorsement; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on an endorsement.

[124]       Division 65.C.2, heading

substitute

Division 65.C.2            Flight service licensing

[125]       Before subregulation 65.130 (1)

insert

      (1A)   A person may apply to CASA, in writing, for a traffic information service rating.

Note 1   The traffic information service rating is the only flight service rating for Australia.

Note 2   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

[126]       Subregulation 65.130 (1)

omit everything before paragraph (a), insert

         (1)   Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must grant a rating to an applicant who:

[127]       Subregulation 65.130 (1), note

substitute

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to grant, or cancelling, suspending or varying, a rating; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on a rating.

[128]       Before subregulation 65.140 (1A)

insert

   (1AA)   A person may apply to CASA, in writing, for an endorsement on a flight service licence.

Note   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

[129]       Subregulation 65.140 (1A)

omit everything before paragraph (a), insert

      (1A)   Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must grant an endorsement to an applicant who:

[130]       Subregulation 65.140 (1A), at the foot

insert

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to grant, or cancelling, suspending or varying, an endorsement; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on an endorsement.

[131]       Division 65.E.1, heading

substitute

Division 65.E.1            Grant of licences

Note   In addition to the provisions of this Division, Part 11 contains provisions relating to an application for an ATC licence or a flight service licence.

[132]       Regulation 65.175, definition of licence

omit

flight service officer licence.

insert

flight service licence.

[133]       Subregulations 65.180 (1) and (2)

substitute

         (1)   A person may apply to CASA, in writing, for the grant of a licence.

Note   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

[134]       Regulation 65.225

substitute

65.225    Grant of licence

                Subject to regulation 11.055, if a person has applied for the grant of a licence under this Part, CASA must grant the licence.

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to issue, or cancelling, suspending or varying, a licence; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on a licence.

See also section 31 of the Act.

[135]       Subregulation 65.230 (2)

omit

regulation 65.195 or 65.200,

insert

regulation 11.035 or 11.040,

[136]       Subregulation 65.230 (3)

omit

regulation 65.205 or 65.220,

insert

regulation 11.047 or subregulation 11.050 (3A),

[137]       Subregulation 65.230 (4)

omit

comment under subregulation 65.215 (2),

insert

make a written submission under subregulation 11.050 (2),

[138]       Subregulation 65.230 (4)

omit

comments

insert

makes the written submission

[139]       Subregulation 67.025 (1), at the foot

insert

Note 1   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

Note 2   Part 11 deals with applications and decision making.

[140]       Subregulation 67.025 (2)

omit

the approved form

insert

writing

[141]       Subregulation 67.030 (2)

omit

The notice

insert

If CASA gives a notice under regulation 11.040 to an applicant for appointment as a DAME or DAO, the notice

[142]       Subregulation 67.035 (3)

omit

subregulation 67.030 (1)

insert

regulation 11.040

[143]       Subregulation 67.040 (2)

omit

subregulation 67.030 (1),

insert

regulation 11.040,

[144]       Subregulation 67.045 (1)

omit

Subject to this regulation,

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055,

[145]       Subparagraph 67.045 (1) (b) (ii)

omit

medicine; and

insert

medicine.

[146]       Subregulation 67.045 (1), note

substitute

Note 1   The courses of training generally acceptable are set out in the Designated Aviation Medical Examiner’s Handbook, available from CASA’s website at http://www.casa.gov.au.

Note 2   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to appoint, or cancelling, suspending or varying, the appointment of, a person as a DAME; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on an appointment.

[147]       Subregulation 67.065 (1)

substitute

         (1)   Subject to regulation 11.055, if a medical practitioner has applied for appointment as a DAO in accordance with this Subpart, CASA must appoint the practitioner as a DAO if the practitioner has the qualifications mentioned in subregulation (4).

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to appoint, or cancelling, suspending or varying, the appointment of, a person as a DAO; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on an appointment.

[148]       Subregulation 67.130 (1)

omit

regulation 67.085

insert

regulation 11.060

[149]       Regulation 67.175, at the foot

insert

Note 1   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

Note 2   Part 11 deals with applications and decision making.

[150]       Subregulation 67.180 (1)

substitute

         (1)   Subject to subregulation (7) and regulation 11.055, on receiving an application under regulation 67.175, CASA must issue a medical certificate to the applicant if the applicant meets the requirements of subregulation (2).

[151]       Subregulation 67.180 (2)

omit

paragraph (1) (a),

insert

subregulation (1),

[152]       Subregulation 67.185 (1)

substitute

         (1)   If:

                (a)    CASA refuses to issue a medical certificate to a person; and

               (b)    the reasons for the refusal included that the person failed to meet the relevant medical standard;

the notice given to the person under regulation 11.060 must state the respects in which the person did not meet the standard.

[153]       Subregulation 67.195 (2)

omit

In particular,

insert

Without limiting regulations 11.056 and 11.067,

[154]       Subregulation 67.200 (1)

omit

this Part,

insert

this Part or Part 11,

[155]       Paragraph 92.070 (4) (e)

omit

92.080.

insert

92.080 (as in force before 27 June 2011), or an exemption under Subpart 11.F, from compliance with this regulation.

[156]       Subregulation 92.095 (2)

after

92.155

insert

(as in force before 27 June 2011), or an exemption under Subpart 11.F, from compliance with this regulation

[157]       Subregulation 92.100 (1)

after

92.155

insert

(as in force before 27 June 2011), or an exemption under Subpart 11.F, from compliance with this regulation

[158]       Subregulation 92.105 (1)

after

92.155

insert

92.155 (as in force before 27 June 2011), or an exemption under Subpart 11.F, from compliance with this regulation

[159]       Subregulation 92.115 (1)

omit

92.155,

insert

92.155 (as in force before 27 June 2011), or an exemption under Subpart 11.F, from compliance with this regulation,

[160]       Subregulation 92.120 (1)

omit

92.155,

insert

92.155 (as in force before 27 June 2011), or an exemption under Subpart 11.F, from compliance with this regulation,

[161]       Subregulation 92.125 (1)

omit

92.155.

insert

92.155 (as in force before 27 June 2011), or an exemption under Subpart 11.F, from compliance with this regulation.

[162]       Subregulation 92.130 (1)

omit

92.155.

insert

92.155 (as in force before 27 June 2011) or an exemption under Subpart 11.F, from compliance with this regulation.

[163]       Subregulation 92.140 (5)

omit

92.155,

insert

92.155 (as in force before 27 June 2011), or an exemption under Subpart 11.F, from compliance with this regulation,

[164]       Subregulation 92.145 (1)

substitute

         (1)   This regulation applies to:

                (a)    an Australian aircraft operator that:

                          (i)    has not been granted an exclusion under regulation 92.155 (as in force before 27 June 2011), or an exemption under Subpart 11.F, from compliance with this regulation; and

                         (ii)    has any group A, B, C, D or E employees in Australia; and

               (b)    an Australian aircraft operator that:

                          (i)    has not been granted an exclusion under regulation 92.155 (as in force before 27 June 2011), or an exemption under Subpart 11.F, from compliance with this regulation; and

                         (ii)    has any group C or D employees outside Australia; and

                (c)    a person in Australia who:

                          (i)    ships dangerous goods for carriage by aircraft; and

                         (ii)    has not been granted an exclusion under regulation 92.155 (as in force before 27 June 2011), or an exemption under Subpart 11.F, from compliance with this regulation; and

                        (iii)    has any group F employees in Australia; and

               (d)    a ground handling agent or a freight forwarder that:

                          (i)    has not been granted an exclusion under regulation 92.155 (as in force before 27 June 2011), or an exemption under Subpart 11.F, from compliance with this regulation; and

                         (ii)    has any group A, B, C or E employees in Australia; and

                (e)    a screening authority that has not been granted an exclusion under regulation 92.155 (as in force before 27 June 2011), or an exemption under Subpart 11.F, from compliance with this regulation.

[165]       Subregulations 99.445 (1) and (2)

substitute

         (1)   A person may apply to CASA, in writing, for approval to take body samples for the purposes of Part IV of the Act.

      (1A)   Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must grant the approval.

         (2)   A person may apply to CASA, in writing, for approval to conduct alcohol tests and initial drug tests for the purposes of Part IV of the Act.

      (2A)   Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must grant the approval.

      (2B)   A person may apply to CASA, in writing, for approval to conduct confirmatory drug tests for the purposes of Part IV of the Act.

[166]       Subregulation 99.445 (3)

omit

CASA may approve a person to conduct confirmatory drug tests for the purposes of Part IV of the Act

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must grant the approval

[167]       Subregulation 99.445 (3), at the foot

insert

Note 1   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

Note 2   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to issue, or cancelling, suspending or varying, an approval; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on an approval.

[168]       Subregulation 101.155 (3), definition of approval required

omit

subregulation (4)

insert

subregulation (5)

[169]       Subregulation 101.155 (4), including the note

substitute

         (4)   A person may apply to CASA, in writing, for approval to release small balloons.

Note   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

         (5)   Subject to regulation 11.055, if approval is required under subregulation (1) to release small balloons, CASA must grant the approval.

Note 1   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to issue, or cancelling, suspending or varying, an approval; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on an approval.

Note 2   CASA will tell the NOTAM office about the release.

[170]       After subregulation 101.275 (1), including the penalty

insert

      (1A)   A person may apply to CASA, in writing, for approval to operate a large UAV.

Note 1   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

Note 2   Part 11 deals with applications and decision making.

      (1B)   Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must grant the approval if:

                (a)    the person is certificated as an operator of large UAVs; and

               (b)    the operation would not contravene any condition of the certification.

Note 1   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to issue, or cancelling, suspending or varying, an approval; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on an approval.

Note 2   For certification as an operator of UAVs, see Division 101.F.4.

[171]       Subregulation 101.275 (3)

omit

For example, without limiting the generality of subregulation (2),

insert

Without limiting regulations 11.056 and 11.067,

[172]       Subregulation 101.275 (5), including the note

omit

[173]       Subregulation 101.275 (6)

omit

or (4)

[174]       Division 101.F.3, heading

substitute

Division 101.F.3          Certification of UAV controllers

Note   In addition to the provisions of this Division, Part 11 contains provisions relating to an application for certification as a UAV controller.

[175]       Before subregulation 101.290 (1)

insert

      (1A)   An individual may apply to CASA, in writing, for certification as a UAV controller.

Note   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

[176]       Subregulation 101.295 (2)

omit everything before paragraph (a), insert

         (2)   Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must certify an applicant as a UAV controller if he or she:

[177]       Subregulation 101.295 (2), at the foot

insert

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to grant, or cancelling, suspending or varying, a certificate; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on a certificate.

See also section 31 of the Act.

[178]       Subregulation 101.300 (2)

omit

For example (without limiting the generality of subregulation (1)),

insert

Without limiting regulations 11.056 and 11.067,

[179]       Division 101.F.4, heading

substitute

Division 101.F.4          Certification of UAV operators

Note   In addition to the provisions of this Division, Part 11 contains provisions relating to an application for certification as a UAV operator.

[180]       Before subregulation 101.330 (1)

insert

      (1A)   A person may apply to CASA, in writing, for certification as a UAV operator.

Note   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

[181]       Before subregulation 101.335 (1)

insert

      (1A)   Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must certify an applicant as a UAV operator if the applicant is eligible to be certificated as a UAV operator in accordance with this regulation.

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to grant, or cancelling, suspending or varying, a certificate; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on a certificate.

See also section 31 of the Act.

[182]       Subregulation 101.340 (4)

omit

For example (without limiting subregulation (3)),

insert

Without limiting regulations 11.056 and 11.067,

[183]       Subregulation 137.045 (5), notes

substitute

Note   For matters about which CASA must be satisfied before issuing an AOC, see section 28 of the Act.

[184]       Subregulation 137.050 (3) (first occurrence)

omit

a period of 30 days

insert

the period of 90 days

[185]       Subregulation 137.050 (3) (second occurrence)

substitute

         (4)   CASA is taken to have refused an application for a variation of an AOC if it has not approved or refused the application within the period of 90 days starting when the application is made.

[186]       Regulation 139.010, after definition of MBZ

insert

time‑limited works has the same meaning as in the Manual of Standards.

[187]       Subregulation 139.045 (1)

omit

         (1)   A person

insert

A person (the applicant)

[188]       Regulation 139.050

omit everything before paragraph (a), insert

                Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must grant an aerodrome certificate to an applicant if CASA is satisfied that:

[189]       Subregulation 139.085 (1)

omit

CASA may

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must

[190]       Paragraph 139.085 (1) (b)

omit

notice under regulation 139.075

insert

a request under regulation 11.130

[191]       Paragraph 139.095 (c)

omit

gives the operator an exemption under regulation 139.020

insert

grants the operator an exemption under regulation 11.160

[192]       Subregulation 139.185 (3)

omit

exempt the operator under regulation 139.020

insert

grant an exemption to the operator under regulation 11.160

[193]       Subregulation 139.320 (1), at the foot

insert

Note 1   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

Note 2   Part 11 deals with applications and decision making.

[194]       Subregulation 139.320 (2)

omit

CASA must approve the person if

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055, CASA must approve the person if CASA is satisfied that

[195]       Subregulation 139.320 (2), at the foot

insert

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to issue, or cancelling, suspending or varying, an approval; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on an approval.

[196]       Paragraph 139.420 (2) (b)

omit

regulation 139.020.

insert

regulation 11.160.

[197]       Subregulation 139.430 (3)

omit

On

insert

Subject to regulation 11.055, on

[198]       Subpart 139.H, heading, except the note

substitute

Subpart 139.H      Aerodrome rescue and firefighting services

[199]       Subregulation 139.700 (2), at the foot

insert

Note   In addition to the provisions of this Subpart, Part 11 contains provisions relating to an application for approval as a provider of an aerodrome rescue and firefighting service.

[200]       Subregulation 139.711 (1)

omit

Division 5,

insert

Division 139.H.5,

[201]       Subregulation 139.910 (3)

omit

Division 3,

insert

Division 139.H.3,

[202]       Before subregulation 139.925 (1)

insert

      (1A)   An eligible person may apply to CASA for approval as an ARFFS provider.

[203]       Subregulations 139.925 (3) and (4)

substitute

         (3)   The application:

                (a)    must set out the applicant’s name and address; and

               (b)    if the applicant is a corporation (within the meaning given by the Corporations Act 2001) — must set out the applicant’s registered address and ACN and the names and addresses of its officers.

         (4)   In paragraph (3) (b):

officer has the meaning given by section 9 of the Corporations Act 2001.

[204]       Subregulation 139.925 (5), at the foot

insert

Note   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

[205]       Subregulation 139.965 (1)

substitute

         (1)   Subject to regulation 11.055 and subregulation (3), if a person has applied for approval as an ARFFS provider under this Subpart, CASA must grant the approval.

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to issue, or cancelling, suspending or varying, an approval; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on an approval.

[206]       Subregulation 139.965 (6)

omit

In particular,

insert

Without limiting regulations 11.056 and 11.067,

[207]       Subregulation 139.970 (2)

omit

regulation 139.940 or 139.945,

insert

regulation 11.035 or 11.040,

[208]       Subregulation 139.970 (3)

omit

regulation 139.950 or 139.960,

insert

regulation 11.047 or subregulation 11.050 (3A),

[209]       Subregulation 139.970 (4)

substitute

         (4)   Also, if CASA invites an applicant to make a written submission under subregulation 11.050 (2), the time between when CASA gives the invitation and when the applicant makes the written submission does not count towards the period.

[210]       Subregulation 139.995 (2)

substitute

         (2)   Regulations 139.965 and 139.970 apply to the application.

Note   Part 11 also contains provisions relating to an application for variation of approval.

[211]       Regulation 143.027

before

CASA

insert

Without limiting regulations 11.056 and 11.067,

[212]       Subpart 143.F, heading, including the note

substitute

Subpart 143.F       Administration

Note   In addition to the provisions of this Subpart, Part 11 contains provisions relating to an application for approval as an ATS training provider.

[213]       Before regulation 143.120

insert

143.118  Applying for approval

                Subject to regulation 143.120, a person may apply to CASA, in writing, for approval as an ATS training provider.

Note   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

[214]       Regulation 143.130

substitute

143.130  Applications by corporations etc — what must be included

         (1)   An application from a person other than an individual must set out:

                (a)    the applicant’s registered address and ACN; and

               (b)    the names and addresses of its officers.

         (2)   In paragraph (1) (b):

officer has the meaning given by section 9 of the Corporations Act 2001.

[215]       Regulation 143.145

substitute

143.145  CASA may require demonstrations of procedures or equipment

                Regulation 11.045 applies in relation to an approval as an ATS training provider.

[216]       Regulation 143.175

substitute

143.175  Grant of approval

                Subject to regulation 11.055, if an applicant has applied for approval as an ATS training provider under this Part, CASA must grant the approval.

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to issue, or cancelling, suspending or varying, an approval; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on an approval.

[217]       Subregulation 143.180 (3)

omit

regulation 143.145, 143.150 or 143.155,

insert

regulation 11.035, 11.040 or 11.045,

[218]       Subregulation 143.180 (4)

omit

regulation 143.160 or 143.170,

insert

regulation 11.047 or subregulation 11.050 (3A),

[219]       Subregulation 143.180 (5)

substitute

         (5)   Also, if CASA invites an applicant to make a written submission under subregulation 11.050 (2), the time between when CASA gives the invitation and when the applicant makes the written submission does not count towards the period.

         (6)   In this regulation:

application includes an application to vary an approval under this Division.

[220]       Regulation 143.192

relocate as regulation 143.245

[221]       Subregulation 143.235 (1)

before

CASA may

insert

Subject to regulation 143.245,

[222]       Subpart 171.B, heading

substitute

Subpart 171.B      Approval of service providers

Note   In addition to the provisions of this Subpart, Part 11 contains provisions relating to an application for approval as a telecommunication or radionavigation service provider.

[223]       Before subregulation 171.020 (1)

insert

      (1A)   Subject to regulation 171.022, an eligible person may apply to CASA for approval as a provider of a telecommunication service or a radionavigation service, or both.

[224]       Subregulation 171.020 (1)

omit

A person is eligible to apply for approval as a provider of a telecommunication service or a radionavigation service, or both, if

insert

For subregulation (1A), a person is an eligible person if

[225]       Regulation 171.020, at the foot

insert

Note   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

[226]       Subregulation 171.025 (2), excluding the note

substitute

         (2)   In paragraph (1) (b):

officer has the meaning given by section 9 of the Corporations Act 2001.

[227]       After regulation 171.025

insert

171.026  CASA may ask for demonstration of service

                Regulation 11.045 applies in relation to an approval as a provider of a telecommunication service or a radionavigation service.

171.027  Grant of approval

         (1)   Subject to regulation 11.055 and subregulation (2), if a person (the applicant) has applied for approval as a provider of a telecommunication service or a radionavigation service under this Part, CASA must grant the approval.

         (2)   CASA may approve the applicant only if CASA approves the applicant’s draft operations manual.

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to issue, or cancelling, suspending or varying, an approval; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on an approval.

171.028  When decision must be made

         (1)   If CASA does not make a decision about an application within 90 days after receiving it, CASA is taken to have refused the application.

         (2)   However, if CASA makes a request under regulation 11.035, 11.040 or 11.045, the time between when CASA makes the request, and when the applicant conducts the demonstration, comes in for interview, or gives CASA the information or copy requested, does not count towards the period.

         (3)   Also, if CASA asks an applicant to make a statutory declaration under regulation 11.047 or subregulation 11.050 (3A), the time between when CASA asks the applicant to do so and when the applicant gives CASA the statutory declaration does not count towards the period.

         (4)   Also, if CASA invites an applicant to make a written submission under subregulation 11.050 (2), the time between when CASA gives the invitation and when the applicant makes the written submission does not count towards the period.

         (5)   In this regulation:

application includes an application to vary an approval under this Division.

171.029  Conditions

         (1)   Without limiting regulations 11.056 and 11.067, CASA may impose, on an approval, a condition that restricts:

                (a)    the kind of telecommunication or radionavigation service to be provided; or

               (b)    the way in which a service is provided; or

                (c)    the coverage of a service; or

               (d)    the time during which a service is provided.

         (2)   In particular, CASA may impose, on an approval, any condition necessary to give effect to an arrangement mentioned in subsection 11 (3) of the Air Services Act 1995.

[228]       Paragraph 171.035 (1) (a)

omit

regulation 171.250; or

insert

regulation 171.250 (as in force before 27 June 2011) or regulation 11.060; or

[229]       Paragraph 171.035 (3) (b)

omit

regulation 171.210,

insert

regulation 11.065,

[230]       Subpart 171.E, heading, including the note

substitute

Subpart 171.E      Suspension and cancellation of approvals, and directions to vary manuals

[231]       Regulation 171.165

relocate as regulation 171.022

[232]       Subpart 172.F, heading, including the note

substitute

Subpart 172.F       Administration

Note   In addition to the provisions of this Subpart, Part 11 contains provisions relating to an application for approval as an ATS provider.

[233]       Before regulation 172.205

insert

172.202  Applying for approval

                Subject to regulation 172.205, a person may apply to CASA, in writing, for approval as an ATS provider.

Note   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

[234]       Regulation 172.215

substitute

172.215  Applications by corporations etc — what must be included

         (1)   An application from a person other than an individual must set out:

                (a)    the applicant’s registered address and ACN; and

               (b)    the names and addresses of its officers.

         (2)   In paragraph (1) (b):

officer has the meaning given by section 9 of the Corporations Act 2001.

[235]       Regulation 172.230

substitute

172.230  CASA may require demonstrations of procedures or equipment

                Regulation 11.045 applies in relation to an approval as an ATS provider.

[236]       Regulation 172.260

substitute

172.260  When CASA must approve an applicant

         (1)   Subject to regulation 11.055 and subregulation (2), if an applicant has applied for approval as an ATS provider under this Part, CASA must grant the approval.

         (2)   CASA must refuse an application for an approval for an air traffic service to be provided in particular airspace, or for a particular aerodrome, if anyone else who is an ATS provider already provides that service in that airspace or for that aerodrome.

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to issue, or cancelling, suspending or varying, an approval; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on an approval.

[237]       Subregulation 172.265 (3)

omit

regulation 172.230, 172.235 or 172.240,

insert

regulation 11.035, 11.040 or 11.045,

[238]       Subregulation 172.265 (4)

omit

regulation 172.245 or 172.255,

insert

regulation 11.047 or subregulation 11.050 (3A),

[239]       Subregulation 172.265 (5)

substitute

         (5)   Also, if CASA invites an applicant to make a written submission under subregulation 11.050 (2), the time between when CASA gives the invitation and when the applicant makes the written submission does not count towards the period.

         (6)   In this regulation:

application includes an application to vary an approval under this Division.

[240]       Regulation 172.270

substitute

172.270  Conditions

                Without limiting regulations 11.056 and 11.067, CASA may impose, on an approval, any condition necessary to give effect to an arrangement mentioned in subsection 11 (3) of the Air Services Act 1995.

[241]       Division 173.B.1, heading

substitute

Division 173.B.1          Certification as certified designer

Note   In addition to the provisions of this Division, Part 11 contains provisions relating to an application for certification as a certified designer.

[242]       Subregulation 173.045 (1)

substitute

         (1)   A person may apply to CASA, in writing, for a procedure design certificate.

Note   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

[243]       Subregulation 173.045 (2), at the foot

insert

Note   Part 11 also contains provisions relating to an application for a procedure design certificate.

[244]       Regulations 173.065 and 173.070

substitute

173.065  How long procedure design certificates remain in force

                A procedure design certificate remains in force unless it is cancelled.

173.070  Applications to vary procedure design certificates

                An application to vary a procedure design certificate must contain, or have with it, a copy of the proposed variation.

[245]       Division 173.C.1, heading

substitute

Division 173.C.1          Authorisation as authorised designer

Note   In addition to the provisions of this Division, Part 11 contains provisions relating to an application for the grant of a procedure design authorisation.

[246]       Subregulation 173.220 (1)

substitute

         (1)   A person may apply to CASA, in writing, for a procedure design authorisation.

Note   An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations — see regulation 11.030.

[247]       Subregulation 173.220 (2), at the foot

insert

Note   Part 11 also contains provisions relating to an application for a procedure design authorisation.

[248]       Regulations 173.240 and 173.245

substitute

173.240  How long procedure design authorisations remain in force

                A procedure design authorisation remains in force unless it is cancelled.

173.245  Applications to vary procedure design authorisations

                An application to vary a procedure design authorisation must contain, or have with it, a copy of the proposed variation.

[249]       Subpart 173.E, heading, including the note

substitute

Subpart 173.E      Administration

[250]       Division 173.E.1, heading

substitute

Division 173.E.1          Grant of procedure design certificates and procedure design authorisations

Note   In addition to the provisions of this Division, Part 11 contains provisions relating to the grant of a procedure design certificate or procedure design authorisation.

[251]       Regulations 173.330 and 173.335

substitute

173.330  CASA may require demonstrations of equipment etc

                Regulation 11.045 applies in relation to a procedure design certificate or procedure design authorisation.

173.335  Grant of procedure design certificate or procedure design authorisation

                Subject to regulation 11.055, if an applicant has applied for the grant of a procedure design certificate or procedure design authorisation under this Part, CASA must grant the certificate or authorisation.

Note   Under regulation 201.004, an application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of:

(a)   a decision refusing to issue or grant, or cancelling, suspending or varying, a certificate or authorisation; or

(b)   a decision imposing a condition on a certificate or authorisation.

See also section 31 of the Act.

[252]       Subregulation 173.345 (2)

omit

In particular,

insert

Without limiting regulation 11.056,

[253]       Subregulation 173.350 (2)

omit

regulation 173.320, 173.325 or 173.330,

insert

regulation 11.035, 11.040 or 11.045,

[254]       After subregulation 173.350 (2)

insert

      (2A)   Also, if CASA asks an applicant to make a statutory declaration under regulation 11.047 or subregulation 11.050 (3A), the time between when CASA asks the applicant to do so and when the applicant gives CASA the statutory declaration does not count towards the period.

[255]       Subregulation 173.350 (3)

omit

subregulation 173.340 (4),

insert

subregulation 11.050 (2),

[256]       After subregulation 173.350 (3)

insert

         (4)   In this regulation:

application includes an application to vary a procedure design certificate or procedure design authorisation.

[257]       Part 183

omit

[258]       Paragraphs 201.004 (a) and (b)

substitute

                (a)    a decision refusing to grant or issue, or cancelling, suspending or varying, an authorisation, within the meaning given by Part 11; or

               (b)    a decision imposing a condition on, or varying a condition of, an authorisation, within the meaning given by Part 11; or

              (ba)    a decision refusing to grant an exemption under Division 11.F.1 or 11.F.2; or

[259]       Subparagraphs 201.004 (m) (ii) and (iii)

omit

[260]       Paragraphs 201.004 (n) and (o)

omit

[261]       Regulation 201.020

substitute

201.020  Service of documents

                Despite section 28A of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901, service may be effected on CASA only at its principal office at:

                        16 Furzer Street

                        Phillip ACT 2606.

[262]       Subpart 202.AB

substitute

Subpart 202.AB   Transitional provisions for Part 1 (Preliminary)

Note   This Subpart heading is reserved for future use.

[263]       After subregulation 202.010 (1)

insert

      (1A)   Despite the repeal of regulation 7 of CAR, a delegation under that regulation of a power or function under CAR, being a delegation that was in force immediately before 27 June 2011, continues to have effect on and after 27 June 2011 according to its terms (including any condition imposed on such a delegation).

[264]       Subregulation 202.010 (3)

omit

subregulation (1) or (2)

insert

subregulation (1), (1A) or (2)

[265]       Subregulations 202.010 (4) and (5)

substitute

         (4)   CASA may revoke a delegation mentioned in this regulation.

         (5)   CASA may impose, vary or remove a condition on a delegation mentioned in this regulation.

[266]       Regulation 202.011, heading

substitute

202.011  Continuation of exemptions under regulation 308 of CAR

[267]       Subregulation 202.011 (2)

substitute

         (2)   Despite the repeal of regulation 308 of CAR, an exemption from compliance with a provision of CAR, being an exemption that was in force under that regulation immediately before 27 June 2011, continues in force, on and after 27 June 2011, according to its terms.

         (3)   If:

                (a)    before 27 June 2011, a person asked CASA for an exemption under regulation 308 of CAR; and

               (b)    CASA did not, before 27 June 2011, decide whether or not to grant the exemption;

the request is taken, on and after 27 June 2011, to be an application under regulation 11.165 for an exemption under Division 11.F.1.

[268]       After regulation 202.011

insert

202.011A  Continuation of exemptions under subregulation 82 (3) of CAR

         (1)   Despite the repeal of subregulation 82 (3) of CAR, an exemption that was in force under that subregulation immediately before 27 June 2011 continues to have effect, on and after 27 June 2011, according to its terms.

         (2)   If:

                (a)    before 27 June 2011, a person asked CASA for an exemption under subregulation 82 (3) of CAR; and

               (b)    CASA did not, before 27 June 2011, decide whether or not to grant the exemption;

the request is taken, on and after 27 June 2011, to be an application under regulation 11.165 for an exemption under Division 11.F.1.

202.011B  Continuation of exemptions under subregulation 235 (11) of CAR

         (1)   Despite the repeal of subregulation 235 (11) of CAR, an exemption that was in force under that subregulation immediately before 27 June 2011 continues to have effect, on and after 27 June 2011, according to its terms.

         (2)   If:

                (a)    before 27 June 2011, a person asked CASA for an exemption under subregulation 235 (11) of CAR; and

               (b)    CASA did not, before 27 June 2011, decide whether or not to grant the exemption;

the request is taken, on and after 27 June 2011, to be an application under regulation 11.165 for an exemption under Division 11.F.1.

202.011C  Continuation of exemptions under regulation 92.080

         (1)   Despite the repeal of regulation 92.080, an exclusion that was in force under that regulation immediately before 27 June 2011 continues to have effect, on and after 27 June 2011, according to its terms.

         (2)   If:

                (a)    before 27 June 2011, a person applied for an exclusion under regulation 92.080; and

               (b)    CASA did not, before 27 June 2011, decide whether or not to grant the exclusion;

the application is taken, on and after 27 June 2011, to be an application under regulation 11.165 for an exemption under Division 11.F.1.

202.011D  Continuation of exemptions under regulation 92.155

         (1)   Despite the repeal of regulation 92.155, an exclusion that was in force under that regulation immediately before 27 June 2011 has effect, on and after 27 June 2011, according to its terms.

         (2)   If:

                (a)    before 27 June 2011, a person applied for an exclusion under regulation 92.155; and

               (b)    CASA did not, before 27 June 2011, decide whether or not to grant the exclusion;

the application is taken, on and after 27 June 2011, to be an application under regulation 11.165 for an exemption under Division 11.F.1.

202.011E  Continuation of exemptions under regulation 101.040

         (1)   Despite the repeal of regulation 101.040, an exemption that was in force under that regulation immediately before 27 June 2011 has effect, on and after 27 June 2011, according to its terms.

         (2)   If:

                (a)    before 27 June 2011, a person asked CASA for an exemption under regulation 101.040; and

               (b)    CASA did not, before 27 June 2011, decide whether or not to grant the exemption;

the request is taken, on and after 27 June 2011, to be an application under regulation 11.165 for an exemption under Division 11.F.1.

202.011F  Continuation of exemptions under regulation 139.020

         (1)   Despite the repeal of regulation 139.020, an exemption that was in force under that regulation immediately before 27 June 2011, including an exemption that was in force as a result of the application of regulation 202.705, has effect, on and after 27 June 2011, according to its terms.

         (2)   If:

                (a)    before 27 June 2011, a person asked CASA for an exemption under regulation 139.020; and

               (b)    CASA did not, before 27 June 2011, decide whether or not to grant the exemption;

the request is taken, on and after 27 June 2011, to be an application under regulation 11.165 for an exemption under Division 11.F.1.

202.011G  Renewal, variation and revocation of exemptions

         (1)   An exemption or exclusion mentioned in any of regulations 202.011 to 202.011F may be varied or revoked under Subpart 11.F as if it were an exemption granted under Division 11.F.1.

         (2)   For regulation 11.175, an exemption or exclusion that has effect under any of regulations 202.011 to 202.011F is taken to be an exemption previously granted under Division 11.F.1.

[269]       After regulation 202.012

insert

202.013  Delegations to persons other than officers

                Despite the amendment of regulation 11.260 that commenced on 27 June 2011 limiting the Director’s power to delegate a power of CASA under these Regulations to a person other than an officer:

                (a)    a delegation to a person other than an officer that was in force immediately before 27 June 2011 continues in force on and after 27 June 2011 according to its terms; and

               (b)    CASA may revoke such a delegation, in whole or in part, as if regulation 11.260 had not been amended.

[270]       Subpart 202.HJ

omit

[271]       Dictionary, Part 1, after definition of approved

insert

approved form means:

                (a)    for an application — the form approved by CASA under subregulation 11.030 (3) for the application (if any); and

               (b)    for a document other than an application — the form approved by CASA under regulation 11.018 for the document (if any).

[272]       Dictionary, Part 1, before definition of ARN

insert

ARFFS provider has the meaning given by subregulation 139.705 (1).

[273]       Dictionary, Part 1, definition of drug-critical authorisation

omit

[274]       Dictionary, Part 1, after definition of high power rocket

insert

holder, of an authorisation (within the meaning given by Part 11), means:

                (a)    if the authorisation has not been transferred — the person to whom it was granted; or

               (b)    if the authorisation has been transferred — the person to whom it was transferred or, if it has been transferred more than once, the person to whom it was most recently transferred.

[275]       Dictionary, Part 1, definitions of probity-critical authorisation and time-limited works

omit

[276]       Dictionary, Part 2, clause 20, including the note

omit

[277]       Further amendments — these Regulations

                The following provisions are amended by omitting each mention of ‘CASR’ and inserting ‘these Regulations’:

                   ·     subregulations 11.010 (2), (7) and (9)

                   ·     regulation 11.015, definition of time-limited authorisation, paragraph (a)

                   ·     paragraphs 11.030 (1) (b) and (c)

                   ·     subregulation 11.030 (2)

                   ·     regulation 11.045

                   ·     paragraphs 11.055 (2) (a), (b), (c), (e), (f) and (g)

                   ·     paragraphs 11.110 (2) (c)

                   ·     paragraphs 11.140 (2) (a) and (c)

                   ·     subregulation 11.140 (3)

                   ·     regulations 11.150 and 11.155

                   ·     paragraph 11.165 (3) (c)

                   ·     subregulations 11.185 (1) and (2).

[278]       Further amendments — Internet

                The following provisions are amended by omitting ‘World Wide Web’ and inserting ‘Internet’:

                   ·     regulation 11.225

                   ·     subregulations 11.275 (2) and (3)

                   ·     subregulation 11.280 (1).

[279]       Further amendments — section 3

The following provisions are amended by omitting ‘subsection 3 (1)’ and inserting ‘section 3’:

                   ·     subregulation 21.820 (4), note

                   ·     subregulation 45.005 (2), note

                   ·     subregulation 45.010, note

                   ·     subregulation 45.035 (5), second note

                   ·     subregulation 45.090 (2), note

                   ·     subregulation 45.170 (2), second note

                   ·     subregulation 47.015 (2), note

                   ·     Dictionary, Part 1, definition of Contracting State.

[280]       Further amendments — omissions

                The following provisions are omitted:

                   ·     regulations 21.002A and 21.002B

                   ·     subregulation 21.015 (1)

                   ·     subregulations 21.098 (2) and (3)

                   ·     subregulation 21.113 (3), except the source reference

                   ·     subregulation 21.133 (3), except the source reference

                   ·     subregulations 21.134 (2) to (5), including the note

                   ·     subregulation 21.153 (3), except the source reference

                   ·     subregulation 21.173 (2)

                   ·     subregulations 21.176 (2), (5) and (5A), including the note

                   ·     subregulations 21.195A (2), (5) and (6), including the note

                   ·     subregulations 21.200 (2), (5) and (6), including the note

                   ·     subregulations 21.201 (1) and (5), except the source reference and note

                   ·     subregulation 21.235 (2)

                   ·     regulation 21.304

                   ·     regulations 47.120 and 47.125

                   ·     paragraph 47.130 (2) (a)

                   ·     regulations 47.135 and 47.200

                   ·     paragraph 47.225 (1) (a)

                   ·     subregulation 60.055 (4)

                   ·     regulations 65.110 and 65.160

                   ·     regulations 65.185 to 65.220 (inclusive) and 65.235 to 65.245 (inclusive)

                   ·     subregulation 67.025 (3)

                   ·     subregulation 67.030 (1)

                   ·     paragraph 67.045 (1) (c), except the note

                   ·     subregulations 67.045 (2) to (7), including the note

                   ·     regulation 67.050

                   ·     subregulations 67.060 (4) to (6)

                   ·     subregulations 67.065 (2), (3) and (5) to (8), including the note

                   ·     regulation 67.070

                   ·     subregulations 67.080 (5) to (7)

                   ·     regulation 67.085

                   ·     subregulations 67.095 (4) and (5)

                   ·     regulations 67.115 and 67.135

                   ·     subregulations 67.195 (1), (3), (4) and (5)

                   ·     regulations 92.060, 92.080 and 92.155

                   ·     subregulation 99.445 (4)

                   ·     regulations 101.040 and 101.045

                   ·     subregulations 101.275 (2) and (4)

                   ·     subregulations 101.290 (2) and (3)

                   ·     subregulation 101.295 (1)

                   ·     subregulation 101.300 (1)

                   ·     regulations 101.305, 101.310 and 101.325

                   ·     subregulations 101.330 (3) and (4)

                   ·     subregulation 101.340 (3)

                   ·     regulations 101.345, 101.350 and 101.370

                   ·     regulation 139.020

                   ·     subregulation 139.045 (2)

                   ·     regulations 139.055 to 139.065 (inclusive)

                   ·     regulation 139.075

                   ·     regulations 139.930 to 139.960 (inclusive)

                   ·     subregulations 139.965 (2) and (5)

                   ·     regulations 139.975 to 139.990 (inclusive), 139.1000 and 139.1025

                   ·     regulations 143.030, 143.040 and 143.045

                   ·     subregulation 143.050 (3)

                   ·     regulations 143.125, 143.135 and 143.140

                   ·     regulations 143.150 to 143.170 (inclusive)

                   ·     regulations 143.185, 143.190 and 143.195

                   ·     Division 143.F.3

                   ·     regulation 143.240

                   ·     regulations 171.170 to 171.215 (inclusive)

                   ·     regulations 171.240, 171.250 and 171.255

                   ·     regulations 172.025, 172.035, 172.045 and 172.050

                   ·     subregulation 172.055 (3)

                   ·     regulations 172.210, 172.220 and 172.225

                   ·     regulations 172.235 to 172.255 (inclusive)

                   ·     regulations 172.275 and 172.280

                   ·     Division 172.F.3

                   ·     regulation 172.330

                   ·     paragraph 173.045 (2) (a)

                   ·     subregulation 173.045 (3)

                   ·     subregulation 173.055 (2)

                   ·     regulation 173.060

                   ·     paragraph 173.220 (2) (a)

                   ·     subregulation 173.220 (3)

                   ·     regulations 173.230 and 173.235

                   ·     regulations 173.320, 173.325 and 173.340

                   ·     subregulation 173.345 (1)

                   ·     regulations 173.355 and 173.360

                   ·     Division 173.E.2

                   ·     regulation 173.385

                   ·     regulation 201.015.

Schedule 2        Amendments of Civil Aviation Regulations 1988

(regulation 4)

 

[1]           Section 2AA

omit

subsection 3 (1)

insert

section 3

[2]           Further amendments — omissions

                The following provisions are omitted:

                   ·     subregulation 2 (1), definitions of flight service officer licence and holder

                   ·     regulation 7

                   ·     subregulations 30A (5) and (6)

                   ·     regulation 30B

                   ·     subregulation 31D (4)

                   ·     regulation 33A

                   ·     subregulation 33H (10)

                   ·     regulations 5.10 to 5.12 (inclusive), 5.15, 5.16, 5.24 to 5.26 (inclusive), 5.28 and 5.29

                   ·     subregulation 5.42 (1)

                   ·     regulations 5.43 to 5.49 (inclusive)

                   ·     subregulation 5.198 (6)

                   ·     subregulation 82 (3)

                   ·     regulations 83B to 83D (inclusive)

                   ·     subregulations 181F (3) and (4)

                   ·     regulation 181K

                   ·     subregulations 181L (3) and (4)

                   ·     subregulation 181M (2), except the note

                   ·     regulation 181R

                   ·     subregulation 235 (11)

                   ·     subregulation 264 (2)

                   ·     regulation 266

                   ·     subregulation 297A (1), definition of reviewable decision, paragraphs (o), (p) and (x)

                   ·     regulations 298, 299, 303A and 308.


Note

1.       All legislative instruments and compilations are registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments kept under the Legislative Instruments Act 2003. See http://www.frli.gov.au.