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CIVIL AVIATION (CARRIERS' LIABILITY) ACT 1959 - SECT 41B

Definitions

                   In this Part:

"acceptable contract of insurance" has the meaning given by section 41C.

"adequate financial arrangements" has the meaning given by section 41C.

"carrier" means a person engaged, or proposing to engage, in a passenger-carrying operation.

"CASA" means the Civil Aviation Safety Authority.

"contract of insurance" , in relation to a passenger-carrying operation that a carrier engages in, or proposes to engage in, means a contract:

                     (a)  that is between the carrier and an insurer; and

                     (b)  under which the insurer indemnifies the carrier against personal injury liability in respect of each passenger carried, or to be carried, by air by the carrier in the operation.

"passenger-carrying operation" means an air transport operation for the carriage of passengers to which Part IA, II, III or IV applies.

"personal injury liability" , in respect of a passenger carried, or to be carried, by air by a carrier in a passenger-carrying operation, means liability under this Act in respect of the death of, or personal injury suffered by, the passenger.



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