6 a person must not fly an aircraft in contravention

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(6) A person must not fly an aircraft in contravention of a direction, or any condition imposed by a direction, given under this regulation. Penalty: 50 penalty units. (7) An offence against subregulation (6) is an offence of strict liability. Note: For strict liability , see section 6.1 of the Criminal Code . Authorised Version F2017C00094 registered 01/02/2017
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Airworthiness requirements Part 4 Certificates of approval, aircraft maintenance engineer licences, airworthiness authorities and aircraft welding authorities Division 3 Regulation 29A Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 33 Compilation No. 87 Compilation date: 27/1/17 Registered: 31/1/17 Division 3—Certificates of approval, aircraft maintenance engineer licences, airworthiness authorities and aircraft welding authorities 29A Interpretation (1) In this Division: aircraft welding examination means a welding examination: (a) based on examination materials published by CASA in a document called ‘Aircraft Welding Examinations’ as in force from time to time; and (b) conducted by CASA or an authorised person. welding training means practical and theoretical training that: (a) is based on Australian Standard AS 1796 as in force from time to time; and (b) is conducted by an organisation that carries out training in welding. (2) For the purposes of this Division, the types of manual welding are as follows: (a) type 1 gas welding; (b) type 2 braze welding; (c) type 3 manual metal arc welding; (d) type 4 gas tungsten arc welding; (e) type 5 gas metal arc welding; (f) type 6 plasma arc welding. (3) For the purposes of this Division, the parent metal groups are as follows: (a) group 1 aluminium alloys; (b) group 2 magnesium alloys; (c) group 3 carbon steel and low alloy steels; (d) group 4 corrosion and heat resisting steels; (e) group 5 nickel alloys; (f) group 6 copper-based alloys; Authorised Version F2017C00094 registered 01/02/2017
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Part 4 Airworthiness requirements Division 3 Certificates of approval, aircraft maintenance engineer licences, airworthiness authorities and aircraft welding authorities Regulation 30 34 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 Compilation No. 87 Compilation date: 27/1/17 Registered: 31/1/17 (g) group 7 titanium alloys. 30 Certificates of approval (1) Subject to subregulation (1A), a person engaged, or intending to engage, in any stage of distribution or maintenance of aircraft, aircraft components or aircraft materials may apply to CASA for a certificate of approval in respect of those activities. (1A) A person may make an application under subregulation (1) in relation to the maintenance of an aircraft or an aeronautical product only if Part 42 of CASR does not apply to the aircraft or aeronautical product. (2) An application must be in writing and must: (a) set out the following: (i) a statement of the activities to be covered by the certificate, including any training or assessment in the maintenance of aircraft, aircraft components or aircraft materials that the applicant intends to conduct; (ii) the address of the main place (if any) at which the
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