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14 CFR Ch. I (1–1–19 Edition) 

§ 49.55 

propellers, appliances, or spare parts 
covered by it. 

[Doc. No. 1996, 29 FR 6486, May 19, 1964, as 
amended by Amdt. 49–5, 35 FR 802, Jan. 21, 
1970; Amdt. 49–10, 70 FR 246, Jan. 3, 2005] 

§ 49.55

Recording of releases, cancella-

tions, discharges, and satisfactions: 
special requirements. 

(a) A release, cancellation, discharge, 

or satisfaction of an encumbrance on 
all of the collateral listed in an instru-
ment recorded under this subpart, or 
on all of the collateral at a particular 
location, must be in a form equivalent 
to AC Form 8050–41, signed by the hold-
er of all of the collateral at the par-
ticular location, and contain a descrip-
tion of the encumbrance, the recording 
information furnished to the holder at 
the time of recording, and the location 
of the released collateral. 

(b) If the encumbrance on collateral 

at all of the locations listed in an in-
strument recorded under this subpart 
is released, canceled, discharged, or 
satisfied, the locations need not be list-
ed. However, the document must state 
that all of the collateral at all of the 
locations listed in the encumbrance 
has been so released, canceled, dis-
charged, or satisfied. The original re-
corded document must be clearly iden-
tified by the names of the parties, the 
date of recording by the FAA, and the 
document number. 

[Doc. No. 1996, 29 FR 6486, May 19, 1964, as 
amended by Amdt. 49–1, 31 FR 4499, Mar. 17, 
1966; Amdt. 49–7, 37 FR 25487, Dec. 1, 1972] 

Subpart F—Transmission of Infor-

mation to the International 



: Docket No. FAA–2004–19944, 70 FR 

246, Jan. 3, 2005, unless otherwise noted. 







: At 70 FR 246, Jan. 3, 

2005, subpart F was added. This subpart con-
tains information collection and record-
keeping requirements and will not become 

effective until approval has been given by 
the Office of Management and Budget. 

§ 49.61


The FAA Civil Aviation Registry is 

designated under Section 3 of the Cape 
Town Treaty Implementation Act of 
2004, as the entry point for authorizing 
the transmission of information to the 
International Registry affecting United 
States civil aircraft, aircraft assigned 
a U.S. registration number and engines 
with a rated shaft horsepower of 550 or 
the equivalent thereof. This subpart 
applies to the transmission of informa-
tion to the International Registry; the 
filing of the Entry Point filing form, 
AC Form 8050–135; and the filing of doc-
uments eligible for recording under 
subparts C and D of part 49. 

§ 49.63

Eligibility for Authorization for 

Transmission to the International 
Registry: general requirements. 

(a) To send information to the Inter-

national Registry with respect to a 
civil aircraft of the United States, an 
aircraft for which a U.S. identification 
number has been assigned, or an air-
craft engine, a person requesting a 
unique authorization code from the 
FAA Aircraft Registry must comply 
with the following: 

(1) File a completed AC Form 8050–135 

with the FAA Aircraft Registry; and 

(2) For civil aircraft of the United 

States, file with the FAA Aircraft Reg-
istry any documents representing the 
transaction that meet the require-
ments of subpart C of this part; or 

(3) For aircraft engines, file with the 

FAA Aircraft Registry any documents 
representing the transaction that meet 
the requirements of subpart D of this 

(b) Nothing in this section requires 

transmittal of information relating to 
aircraft engines to the International 
Registry through the FAA Aircraft 

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