The firm’s interest in aviation and aerospace has led us to keep and maintain a rich collection of laws on air business, to wit:

  • The Chicago Convention of 1944 on … International Civil Aviation;
  • The Chicago Convention of 1944 on … International Civil Aviation;
  • The Geneva Convention of 19/06/1948 on the International Recognition of Rights Affecting Aircrafts;
  • The Rome Convention of 29/05/1933 on Unifying Certain Rules Relating to the Distraining of Aircrafts;
  • The Montreal Convention of 23/09/1971
  • The Montreal Protocol of 24/02/1998
  • The Organization of International Civil Aviation;
  • The Warsaw Convention.

Armed with these foregoing and other Laws relevant to the aviation industry, the firm advises both lessors and lessees of aircrafts (and engines of aircrafts) on a wide range of issues including registration (and deregistration) of aircrafts with the respective Civil Aviation Authority, registration (and deregistration) of Lease agreements, repossession and enforcement, payments, confiscation, liability, insurance, import-export permits, bankruptcy, formalities, practical and other considerations.