Penalty 50 penalty units 2a for sub subparagraph

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Penalty: 50 penalty units. (2A) For sub-subparagraph (2)(b)(iii)(BA), this subregulation applies to the national aviation authority of a Contracting State if: (a) Australia has an agreement (however described) with the Contracting State for the acceptance of parts manufacturer approvals; or (b) CASA has an agreement (however described) with the national aviation authority for the acceptance of parts manufacturer approvals. (3) A person may replace an aircraft component in the aircraft with another aircraft component that does not satisfy the requirements of paragraphs (2)(a) and (c) if inclusion of the replacement component in the aircraft amounts to a permissible unserviceability in the aircraft that is approved under regulation 37. (4) Subject to regulations 42Y and 42Z, a person must not install an aircraft component in an aircraft if each of the following requirements is not satisfied: (a) if the component, or a component that it incorporates, was manufactured in the course of carrying out maintenance the completion of the maintenance was certified in accordance with regulation 42ZE or 42ZN; (b) if the component, or another aircraft component that is incorporated in it, has had maintenance carried out on it completion of the maintenance was certified in accordance with regulation 42ZE or 42ZN; (c) if the component, or another aircraft component that is incorporated in it, has been modified or repaired the modification or repair was carried out in accordance with a design that: (i) was approved under regulation 35, as in force before 27 June 2011; or Authorised Version F2017C00094 registered 01/02/2017
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Part 4A Maintenance Division 4 How maintenance is to be carried out Regulation 42W 66 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 Compilation No. 87 Compilation date: 27/1/17 Registered: 31/1/17 (ia) was approved by a modification/repair design approval; or (ib) was approved by an approval mentioned in regulation 21.475 of CASR; or (ic) is taken to have been approved under regulation 21.465 or 21.470 of CASR; or (ii) was specified by CASA in, or by means of, an airworthiness directive or a direction under regulation 44 or subregulation 21.176(2) of CASR; or (iii) was specified in the component’s, or the incorporated component’s, approved maintena nce data; or (iv) if the modification or repair was carried out outside Australian territory was approved or specified in a manner that is acceptable to CASA having regard to the safety of air navigation; (d) if subregulation (5) applies to the component, and the component was supplied by another person the supplier of the component supplied an authorised release certificate with it and for it; (e) if the component includes a component to which subregulation (5) applies, and the included component was supplied by another person the supplier of the included component supplied an authorised release certificate with it and for it.
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