There are three (3) public registers in Aruba which govern the registration of aircraft and the recording of proprietary interests in these assets. These registries, which have entirely different functions, are:(i) The Aruba Aircraft Registry (“AAR”), in which aircraft are registered as to nationality; (ii) The Aruba Aircraft Title Record (“AATR”) of Aruba, a public register, in which all proprietary rights in registered aircraft may be recorded; and (iii) The International Registry (“IR”) located in Ireland, in which the relevant Cape Town Convention fillings are made.
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Lincoln D. Gomez is a corporate lawyer based in Aruba. He is admitted to the Bar in both Aruba Curacao, Sint Maarten & BES-islands. He holds degrees in International Tax & Financial Services from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, CA (LL.M.), a law degree from the Universiteit van Aruba (LL.M.) and Biology and Chemistry from Saint Leo University, Tampa, FL He is co-founder and managing-partner of Gomez & Bikker www.gobiklaw.com. His practice concentrates on Aruba corporate law, intellectual property, aviation finance & registration, labor law, real estate and civil litigation. He is an author and lecturer on Aruba law. His publications are in the areas of: the civil code of Aruba, labor laws, intellectual property, aviation finance and corporate law. His clients have dubbed him "the Aruba Guy" when it comes to finding creative solutions to complex legal issues in Aruba. View all posts by Lincoln D Gomez