Cape Town Sample Clauses

Cape Town. The Owner is a Transacting User Entity (as defined in the regulations of the International Registry); is “situated”, for the purposes of the Cape Town Treaty, in the United States; and has the power todispose” (as such term is used in the Cape Town Treaty) of the Airframe and each Engine. The Bills of Sale for the Airframe and Engines constitute a “contract of sale” (as defined in the Cape Town Treaty), and the Trust Indenture, as supplemented by the Trust Indenture Supplement in which such Airframe and Engines are listed, creates an International Interest in such Airframe and Engines. The Airframe and each Engine are “aircraft objects” (as defined in the Cape Town Treaty); and the United States is a Contracting State under the Cape Town Treaty.
Cape Town. The Security Agreement is intended to be, and does constitute, an “agreement” (as defined in the Cape Town Law). At the time of the execution of the Security Agreement, the Borrower is a Cayman Entity (as defined in the Cape Town Law) which has made an election in writing pursuant to clause 3(2) of the Cape Town Law that the Cape Town Law shall apply to it generally, and has the power todispose” of the Airframe and each Engine in accordance with the terms of the Security Agreement. The Airframe and the Engines constitute “aircraft objects” (as defined in the Cape Town Law) and have been accurately described in the Security Agreement by manufacturer’s name, model designation and manufacturer’s serial number.
Cape Town. (a) Unless and until the Aircraft has been delivered by the Seller to the Buyer in accordance with this Agreement, the Buyer shall not seek to, nor be entitled to, register any interest in the Airframe or any Engine at the international registry (the “IR”) located in Dublin, Ireland, established pursuant to the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment, and the Protocol to the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment on Matters Specific to Aircraft Equipment, in each case adopted on November 16, 2001, at a diplomatic conference in Cape Town, South Africa Cape Town Convention.
Cape Town. (A) The Owner is a “transacting user entity” (as such term is defined in the Regulations of the International Registry); is “situated,” for the purposes of the Cape Town Convention, in the United States; and has the power todispose” (as such term is used in the Cape Town Convention) of the Aircraft; (B) the Airframe and Engines are “aircraft objects” (as defined in the Cape Town Convention); and (C) the United States is a Contracting State under the Cape Town Convention.
Cape Town. Van Riebeeck Society, 1947. Cowley, Ambrose (1686). In R. Raven-Hart, Cape Good Hope, 1652-1702, The First Fifty Years of Dutch Colonisation As Seen by Callers, 307-311. Cape Town:
Cape Town. A.A. Balkema, 1960. “Extracts of a Despatch from Chamber XVII to the Commander and Council Cape of Good Hope, &c.,” dated November 7, 1665. In Donald Moodie, The Record or a Series of Official Papers relative to the Condition and Treatment of the Native Tribes of South Africa compiled, 1: 286. Cape Town: A.A. Balkema, 1960. “Extracts of a Despatch from Governor Bax and Council to Chamber XVII,” dated May 18, 1678. In Donald Moodie, The Record or a Series of Official Papers relative to the Condition and Treatment of the Native Tribes of South Africa compiled, 1: 362-363. Cape Town: A.A. Balkema, 1960. “Extracts of a Memorandum left by Commander Z. Wagenaar, by order of the Directors, for the information of his successor, Mr. C. Van Quaelbergen, &c.,” dated September 24, 1666. In Donald Moodie, The Record or a Series of Official Papers relative to the Condition and Treatment of the Native Tribes of South Africa compiled, 1: 290-296. Cape Town: A.A. Balkema, 1960. Gie, M.C. “Letter from M.C. Gie, Esqre. to Deputy Secretary Bird,” dated November 23, 1810. In George McCall Theal, Records of the Cape Colony, 36 volumes, 7: 428- 233. London: Printed for the Government of the Cape Colony, 1900. Guelke, Leonard. “The Southwestern Cape Colony 1657-1750 Freehold Land Grants.” Cartography, D. Bonner, Cartographic Centre University of Waterloo.
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