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(c) a flight crew member of the aircraft; (d) a person who is permitted by regulation 42ZC or 42ZD to carry out maintenance on the aircraft. (2) If: (a) an aircraft in respect of which a maintenance release is in force has developed a defect that is a permissible unserviceability; and (b) there is a likelihood that the aircraft will be flown before the permissible unserviceability is rectified; a person mentioned in subregulation (1), who becomes aware of the defect, must endorse the maintenance release, or other Authorised Version F2017C00094 registered 01/02/2017
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Maintenance Part 4A Maintenance releases Division 9 Regulation 50 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 101 Compilation No. 87 Compilation date: 27/1/17 Registered: 31/1/17 document approved for use as an alternative to the maintenance release for the purposes of this regulation, in the manner set out in subregulation (3). Penalty: 25 penalty units. (3) For subregulation (2), the maintenance release or other document must be signed by the person mentioned in subregulation (1), and must: (a) set out each permissible unserviceability that exists with respect to the aircraft; and (b) set out the conditions (if any) with respect to the use of the aircraft with those permissible unserviceabilities set out in any direction given under regulation 37, or approval under regulation 21.007 of CASR, in relation to those permissible unserviceabilities as are not set out in any operations manual issued with respect to the aircraft or in Part 20 of the Civil Aviation Orders; and (c) state that the maintenance release has effect subject to those conditions, whether set out in the maintenance release or the other document or otherwise. 50 Defects and major damage to be endorsed on maintenance release (1) This regulation applies to each of the following persons: (a) the holder of the certificate of registration for an Australian aircraft; (b) the operator of an Australian aircraft; (c) a flight crew member of an Australian aircraft. (2) If: (a) there is a defect in the aircraft; or (b) the aircraft has suffered major damage; a person mentioned in subregulation (1), who becomes aware of the defect or damage, must endorse the maintenance release of the aircraft or other document approved for use as an alternative for the purposes of this regulation, setting out the particulars of the defect or damage, as the case may be, and sign the endorsement. Authorised Version F2017C00094 registered 01/02/2017
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Part 4A Maintenance Division 9 Maintenance releases Regulation 50 102 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 Compilation No. 87 Compilation date: 27/1/17 Registered: 31/1/17 Penalty: 25 penalty units. Authorised Version F2017C00094 registered 01/02/2017
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Maintenance Part 4A Aircraft log books Division 10 Regulation 50A Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 103 Compilation No. 87 Compilation date: 27/1/17 Registered: 31/1/17 Division 10—Aircraft log books 50A Aircraft log book (1) Subject to regulation 50B, the holder of the certificate of registration for an Australian aircraft must: (a) keep a log book for the aircraft; and (b) make the log book, and other documents referred to in the log
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