Subpart 2 — Application
102.01 These Regulations do not apply in respect of
(a) military aircraft of Her Majesty in right of Canada when they are being manoeuvred under the authority of the Minister of National Defence;
(b) military aircraft of a country other than Canada, to the extent that the Minister of National Defence has exempted them from the application of these Regulations pursuant to subsection 5.9(2) of the Act; or
(c) model aircraft, rockets, hovercraft or wing-in-ground-effect machines, unless otherwise indicated in the Regulations.
Subpart 3 — Administration and Compliance
Division I — Administration
Requirements for Standards Incorporated by Reference
103.01 (1) This section applies in respect of standards made by the Minister and incorporated by reference into these Regulations.
(2) The Minister shall not make a standard or an amendment to a standard unless the Minister has undertaken consultations with interested persons concerning the standard or the amendment in accordance with the procedures specified in the publication entitled CARAC Management Charter & Procedures.
(3) No standard or amendment to a standard shall come into effect less than 30 days after it is made.
(4) A standard or an amendment to a standard may be made and brought into effect by the Minister without regard to subsections (2) and (3) where the standard or amendment is urgently required to ensure aviation safety or the safety of the public.
Division II — Compliance
Inspection of Aircraft, Requests for Production of Documents and Prohibitions
103.02 (1) The owner or operator of an aircraft shall, on reasonable notice given by the Minister, make the aircraft available for inspection in accordance with the notice.
(2) Every person who
(a) is the holder of a Canadian aviation document,
(b) is the owner, operator or pilot-in-command of an aircraft in respect of which a Canadian aviation document, technical record or other document is kept, or
(c) has in possession a Canadian aviation document, technical record or other document relating to an aircraft or a commercial air service
shall produce the Canadian aviation document, technical record or other document for inspection in accordance with the terms of a demand made by a peace officer, an immigration officer or the Minister.
(3) No person shall
(a) lend a Canadian aviation document to any person who is not entitled to it by these Regulations, or allow any such person to use a Canadian aviation document; or
(b) mutilate, alter or render illegible a Canadian aviation document.
(4) For the purposes of this section, “other document” includes all writings, papers and other records made, held or maintained by the owner, operator or pilot-in-command of an aircraft for the purpose of recording any action, activity, performance or use of the aircraft or any activity of the owner, operator or crew members in respect of that aircraft, whether or not the documents are required by law to be made, held or maintained.
Return of Canadian Aviation Documents
103.03 Where a Canadian aviation document has been suspended or cancelled, the person to whom it was issued shall return it to the Minister immediately after the effective date of the suspension or cancellation.
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