While the Kingdom of the Netherlands has not adopted the Cape Town Convention, Patrick Honnebier writes that the rulings of its Supreme Court indicate that this treaty determines that aircraft engines can be financed separately in this jurisdiction The aim of this article is to discuss the issues in aircraft engines financing that arise under … Continue reading Who owns the (aircraft) engine(s)? The doctrine of accession explained
Aruba has established a modern legal system, which facilitates the financing and ensures the safety of aircraft and aircraft engines that are operated internationally. http://www.terralex.org/publication.aspx?id=4c18d103f9&goBackUrl=/publications.aspx&goBackUrlLabel=Return%20to%20publications&topicid=jufgetf45t
The status lists for the Cape Town Convention and Aircraft Protocol have been updated to take account of the deposit of an instrument by the Republic of Kazakhstan on 21 January 2009. http://www.unidroit.org/english/implement/i-2001-convention.pdf http://www.unidroit.org/english/implement/i-2001-aircraftprotocol.pdf
On June 5th, 2007 The Courts of Aruba declared a civil claim of the prosecutor general ("PG") inadmissible. The PG demanded that her pension to be adjusted in accordance to certain promises made by Aruba. The Court ruled that the PG had sought the wrong legal recourse by addressing the civil court. Acording to the Court, … Continue reading P.G. looses civil injuction against Aruba.