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Chopper Overhead: Helicopter Engines A Source Of Confusion In Aviation Financing
The question of how to effectively take security over helicopter engines is one of fundamental importance to creditors.
Canada
19 Sep 2019
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NAV CANADA Completes $250 Million Issuance Of General Obligation Notes
On March 29, 2019, NAV CANADA announced that it had completed an issue of $250 million 31.5-year General Obligation Notes, bearing interest at the rate of 3.209 per cent per annum.
Canada
15 Apr 2019
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5 Ways Drones Will Change Urban Planning
Exciting developments in drone technology over the past five years have led to a number of opportunities opening up for the use of drones in urban planning.
Canada
13 Feb 2019
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Climate Change Regulatory Update – The Feds Double Down On Carbon Pricing
On October 23, 2018, the Government of Canada announced the next steps in its climate action plan and reaffirmed its commitment to apply a federal carbon pricing system (the "Federal Backstop")...
Canada
6 Nov 2018
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Contractual Estoppel: Be Careful What You Sign
Parties are taken to have read and understood contracts they enter into.
UK
25 Apr 2018
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Crane Swing Easements Are Definitely A Nuisance
Until recently, neighbours to a new development had a great deal of leverage when it came to the use of their airspace for crane swings.
Canada
7 Mar 2018
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A Client Asked Us: Aircraft Financing — The Mandatory Declaration Under The Cape Town Convention And Its Impact On Secured Creditors
We heard that a Contacting State can and shall make declarations with respect to certain articles of the Cape Town Convention at the time of ratification...
Canada
5 Oct 2017
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Canadian Competition Bureau Concludes Extensive Investigations Of Three Northern Canadian Airlines, Determines No Further Action Warranted
As part of its investigations, the Bureau obtained evidence and information from the targeted companies, competitors, customers and various levels of government...
Canada
2 Oct 2017
9
Where Does The Aviation, Aerospace And Defence Sector Stand 15 Months After Brexit?
Our AAD legal experts take a look at how the industry has been affected in the last 15 months or so, and take a look at what the future holds if the British pound continues its instability.
UK
29 Aug 2017
10
All About Service In The Aviation Sector
Contracting parties will often choose the governing law and jurisdiction that will apply to claims that may arise under the contract.
UK
24 Jul 2017
11
Making Autonomous Vehicles A Reality - And Positioning The UK As A Global Leader
As the new Government seeks to finalise its legislative programme for the Queen's Speech on Wednesday (which is now expected to cover a two year period)...
UK
28 Jun 2017
12
Aviation: Service Of Proceedings On A General Sales Agent Was Ineffective
If a foreign company does not provide an address for service of proceedings upon it, service is only permissible at a place within the jurisdiction where the company 'carries on its activities' or has...
UK
16 Jun 2017
13
What Brexit Means For Aerospace And Defence
Latest industry figures reveal the significant contribution the aerospace and defence sector is making to UK productivity levels, with aircraft producers on track for a record-breaking year.
Canada
16 Jan 2017
14
What Brexit Means For Automotive
However, our research shows most are adopting a 'wait and see' approach, with the overwhelming majority making no changes to their investment strategy.
Worldwide
16 Jan 2017
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New Regulations For Canadian Air Carriers
New regulations requiring Canadian air carriers to include all associated fees and taxes in their advertised prices are expected to be implemented this year.
Canada
9 Jul 2012
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Federal Government Signals All-In Pricing Requirement For Airlines Forthcoming
On December 15, 2011, amendments to the Canada Transportation Act that permit the government to issue regulations with respect to the advertising of airfares came into force.
Canada
21 Feb 2012
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Changes Affecting Duty Free Goods on Aircraft
As of 03:00 hour s E.D.T. on Saturday, August 19, 2006 the sale of liquids, gels and aerosols at duty free stores at Canadian airports is being restored for passengers travelling on most international flights, with some restrictions.
Canada
 
26 Aug 2006
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Special Bulletin: New Airport Procedures
Because this information is relevant to our broader subscriber base, we have also included our Employment and Labour Law Newsletter subscribers.
Canada
 
24 Aug 2006
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Canadian Counsel @ Gowlings
This article provides a brief overview of recent developments in Canadian law relating to American Companies Investing in Canada.
Canada
 
6 Jan 2006
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