Canadian Aviation Regulations
404.18 (1) When the holder of a medical certificate undergoes a medical examination by a physician referred to in paragraph 404.16(a) or (b) for the purpose of obtaining permission to continue to exercise the privileges of the holder’s permit, licence or rating, the medical examiner shall
(a) sign and date the medical certificate and stamp it with the medical examiner’s official stamp indicating that the applicant is “fit”, subject to any restrictions already endorsed on the medical certificate, including any restriction to a shorter than normal validity period;
(b) return the medical certificate to the applicant; or
(c) advise the applicant that he or she is “unfit”.
(2) When the applicant’s medical certificate has been marked with an endorsement referred to in paragraph (1)(a), the certificate validates the permit or licence for the period specified on the medical certificate.
- SOR/2003-129, s. 9
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