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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 110	Edmonton, Saturday, February 15, 2014	No. 03
APPOINTMENTS
Designation of Deputy Chief Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
January 30, 2014 
Honourable Judge Lillian Katherine McLellan
The above appointment is for a seven-year term.
Appointment of Half-time Master in Chambers
(Court of Queen's Bench Act)
February 1, 2014 
Master Roderick Philip Wacowich
For a term to expire in accordance with section 8.21(9)(a) of the Court of 
Queen's Bench Act.
Appointment of Part-time Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
February 1, 2014 
Honourable Judge Donald C. Norheim
For a term to expire on September 28, 2017


CHANGES OF NAME
Change of Name of Non-Presiding Justices of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
January 24, 2014 
Jordan, Michelle Lynn to Reeves, Michelle Lynn
TERMINATIONS
Terminations of Non-Presiding Justices of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
January 24, 2014 
Babiuk, Corrinne Joy of Edmonton 
Fisher, Maureen Theresa of Peace River 
Lepka, Kalista Gayle of Calgary 
McLaughlin, Kylynn Louise of Wetaskiwin 
Siller, Martin Lawrence of Calgary
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Agriculture and Rural Development
Form 15
(Irrigation Districts Act) 
(Section 88)
Notice to Irrigation Secretariat: 
Change of Area of an Irrigation District
On behalf of the Bow River Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar for Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0018 181 271
S.E. 11-17-18-W4M
011 073 228
0020 833 802
N.W. 19-13-18-W4M
091 224 243
0022 309 462
N.W. 6-13-18-W4M
051 159 254 +2
0022 309 488 
N.E. 6-13-18-W4M
051 159 254 +10
0022 309 108
S.E. 7-13-18-W4M
051 159 254 +11
0022 276 398
S.E. 1-13-19-W4M
051 159 254 +6
0022 293 625
N.E. 1-13-19-W4M
051 159 254 +5
0022 271 282
S.E. 12-13-19-W4M
051 159 254 +7
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Bow River Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
Education
Ministerial Order No. #001/2014
(School Act)
I, Jeff Johnson, Minister of Education, pursuant to Sections 219 and 220 of the 
School Act, make the Order in the attached Appendix, being The Shelburne Roman 
Catholic Separate School District No. 753 Establishment Order.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta January 20, 2014.
Jeff Johnson, Minister.
APPENDIX
The Shelburne Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 753 
Establishment Order
1	Pursuant to Sections 219 and 220 of the School Act, The Shelburne Roman 
Catholic Separate School District No. 753 is established.
2	The Shelburne Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 753 shall be 
comprised of the following lands, which are included in The Shelburne School 
District No. 1038 and which are properly assessable for separate school purposes 
under the provision of Sections 153 to 160 of the School Act:
Township 47, Range 18, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 14 to 16 inclusive; Sections 20 to 23 inclusive; Sections 26 to 29 
inclusive; Sections 33 to 35 inclusive; North half and Southeast quarter of 
Section 17; Southeast quarter of Section 32.


Ministerial Order No. #002/2014
(School Act)
I, Jeff Johnson, Minister of Education, pursuant to Section 239 of the School Act, 
make the order in the attached Appendix, being The Sherwood Park Catholic Separate 
School District No. 105 (The Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 41) 
Boundary Adjustment Order.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta January 20, 2014.
Jeff Johnson, Minister.
APPENDIX
The Sherwood Park Catholic Separate School District No. 105 
(The Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 41) 
Boundary Adjustment Order
1	Pursuant to Section 239 of the School Act, all of the lands are taken from the 
following school district and are added to The Sherwood Park Catholic Separate 
School District No. 105:
The Shelburne Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 753
2	Pursuant to Section 239 of the School Act, the following school district is 
dissolved:
The Shelburne Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 753
3	The Sherwood Park Catholic Separate School District No. 105 - Sherwood Park 
Ward 1 - The City of Camrose Electoral Subdivision No. 2 shall be comprised of 
the following lands:
Township 46, Range 20, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 22, 27, 28, and 29; Sections 32 to 35 inclusive; North halves of  
Sections 15 and 26; That portion of the North half of Section 16 lying South and 
East of the Southeast limits of the Canadian National right-of-way as shown on 
Plan 337 T.R.; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 21; Those portions of 
the North half of Section 25 lying South and West of Highway 13; Northeast 
quarter of Section 31; West half of Section 36 and that portion of the Southeast 
quarter of Section 36 which lies South of Highway 13.
Township 47, Range 18, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 14 to 16 inclusive; Sections 20 to 23 inclusive; Sections 26 to 29 
inclusive; Sections 33 to 35 inclusive; North half and Southeast quarter of 
Section 17; Southeast quarter of Section 32.


Township 47, Range 20, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 1 to 3 inclusive; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 4; 
Southeast quarter of Sections 5 and 9; South half of Sections 10 and 11; That 
portion of the North half of Section 11 as described legally in certificates of title 
762-160-396 and 762-160-397.
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Ministerial Order No. #003/2014
(School Act)
I, Jeff Johnson, Minister of Education, pursuant to Section 239 of the School Act, 
make the Order in the attached Appendix, being The Camrose School District  
No. 1315 (The Battle River Regional Division No. 31) Boundary Adjustment Order.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta January 20, 2014.
Jeff Johnson, Minister.
APPENDIX
The Camrose School District No. 1315 
(The Battle River Regional Division No. 31) 
Boundary Adjustment Order
1	Pursuant to Section 239 of the School Act, all of the lands are taken from the 
following school district and are added to The Camrose School District  
No. 1315:
The Shelburne School District No. 1038
2	Pursuant to Section 239 of the School Act, the following school district is 
dissolved:
The Shelburne School District No. 1038
3	The Camrose School District No. 1315 shall be comprised of the following 
lands:
Township 46, Range 20, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 22, 27, 28, and 29; Sections 32 to 35 inclusive; North halves of  
Sections 15 and 26; That portion of the North half of Section 16 lying South and 
East of the Southeast limits of the Canadian National right-of-way as shown on 
Plan 337 T.R.; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 21; Those portions of 
the North half of Section 25 lying South and West of Highway 13; Northeast 
quarter of Section 31; West half of Section 36 and that portion of the Southeast 
quarter of Section 36 which lies South of Highway 13.


Township 47, Range 18, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 14 to 16 inclusive; Sections 20 to 23 inclusive; Sections 26 to 29 
inclusive; Sections 33 to 35 inclusive; North half and Southeast quarter of 
Section 17; Southeast quarter of Section 32.
Township 47, Range 20, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 1 to 3 inclusive; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 4; 
Southeast quarter of Sections 5 and 9; South half of Sections 10 and 11; That 
portion of the North half of Section 11 as described legally in certificates of title 
762-160-396 and 762-160-397.
Energy
Production Allocation Unit Agreement
(Mines and Minerals Act)
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Production Allocation Unit Agreement - Pembina Cardium 
Agreement" and that the Unit became effective on September 1, 2013.


 


 


 


Environment and Sustainable Resource Development
Notice of Variation Order 23-2013
Commercial Fishing Seasons
The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 
1998 in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by 
Variation Order 23-2013 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with 
section 3 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998.
Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established by the 
Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.
Pursuant to Variation Order 23-2013 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of:  (84) Pigeon Lake (47-1-W5) - excluding the 
following portions:  i) that portion west of a line from the point of land where the 
eastern most boundary of SW30-47-1-W5 meets the water line to the Pigeon Lake 
Provincial Park boat launch in NE6-47-1-W5; and ii) all waters less than 8.0 meters 
(26.2 feet) in depth. 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 152 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours January 27, 2014 to 16:00 hours February 7, 
2014.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 50,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 750 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 500 kg; 4) Northern pike: 1,300 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.
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Notice of Variation Order 24-2013
Commercial Fishing Seasons
The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 
1998 in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by 
Variation Order 24-2013 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with 
section 3 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998.
Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established by the 
Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.
Pursuant to Variation Order 24-2013 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of:  (6) Bistcho Lake (124-6-W6) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 114 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours February 15, 2014 to 16:00 hours April 11, 
2014.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 73,938 kg; 2) Walleye: 6,455 kg; 
3) Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 15,854 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.
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Notice of Variation Order 25-2013
Commercial Fishing Seasons
The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 
1998 in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by 
Variation Order 25-2013 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with 
section 3 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998.
Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established by the 
Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.
Pursuant to Variation Order 25-2013 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of:  (131) Wolf Lake (66-7-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - A. In respect of Wolf Lake excluding the following portions: 
- All water less than 10.7 metres (35 feet) in depth. - All portions of Wolf Lake west 
of a straight line drawn from the northern and eastern most point of land on the 
shoreline in SE02-66-07-W4 to the southern and western most point on the shoreline 
in SW12-66-07-W4. - 08:00 hours February 13, 2014 to 16:00 hours February 19, 
2014.  B. In respect of all other waters:  Closed.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 12,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 100 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 900 kg; 4) Northern pike: 200 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.


Executive Council
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period ending December 31, 2013
Purpose: Public Memorial for the former Premier Ralph Klein
Date: April 5, 2013
Location: Calgary
Amount: $13,614.69
Purpose: Official Visit of the Council of Arab League Ambassadors
Date: April 17-19, 2013
Location: Edmonton and Calgary
Amount: $10,110.02 (Amended from previous Hosting Expense report ending June 
30, 2013)
Purpose: Official Visit of Her Excellency Vytautas Zalys, Ambassador of the 
Republic of Lithuania
Date: April 22, 2013
Location: Edmonton
Amount: $1,514.84 (Amended from previous Hosting Expense report ending June 
30, 2013)
Purpose: Official Visit of His Excellency Ojo Maduekwe, High Commissioner for 
the Federal Republic of Nigeria
Date: May 27, 2013
Location: Edmonton
Amount: $1,563.96 (Amended from previous Hosting Expense report ending June 
30, 2013)
Purpose: Official Visit of His Excellency Hee Yong Cho, Ambassador for the 
Republic of Korea
Date: June 10, 2013
Location: Edmonton
Amount: $2,859.58 (Amended from previous Hosting Expense report ending June 
30, 2013)
Purpose: Official Visit of His Excellency Simon Tucker, New Zealand High 
Commissioner
Date: June 19, 2013
Location: Edmonton
Amount: $1,461.28 (Amended from previous Hosting Expense report ending June 
30, 2013)
Purpose: Official Visit of the Honourable Mykhaylo Vyshvanyuk, Governor of 
Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine
Date: August 12, 2013
Location: Edmonton
Amount: $2,018.72
Purpose: Official visit of His Excellency Howard Ronald Drake, O.B.E., British 
High Commissioner
Date: September 9, 2013
Location: Edmonton
Amount: $1,113.92
Purpose: Annual Conference of Governor General, Lieutenant Governors & 
Territorial Commissioners
Date: September 30, 2013 to October 1, 2013
Location: Edmonton
Amount: $14,139.24
Purpose: Lieutenant Governor Conference Dinner
Date: October 1, 2013
Location: Edmonton
Amount: $12,267.41
Purpose: Visit of the Honourable Steve Bullock, Governor of the State of Montana
Date: October 7-9, 2013
Location: Calgary
Amount: $2,628.85 
Purpose: Visit of Her Excellency Marie-Anne Coninsx, Ambassador of the European 
Union
Date: October 16, 2013
Location: Edmonton
Amount: $1,209.50
Purpose: Alberta Order of Excellence Investiture
Date: October 16, 2013
Location: Edmonton
Amount: $11,105.24
Purpose: Official Visit of Sir Mark Walport, Government Chief Scientific Advisor, 
United Kingdom
Date: October 23-25, 2013
Location: Calgary
Amount: $2,568.67
Purpose: Official Visit of Mr.Quang Dung Tran, Consul General of the Socialist 
Republic of Vietnam
Date: October 30, 2013
Location: Edmonton
Amount: $966.25
Purpose: Official visit of His Excellency Nicolas Lloreda Ricaurte, Ambassador of 
the Republic of Columbia
Date: November 6, 2013
Location: Edmonton
Amount: $934.16
Purpose: Roundtable with Flood Affected Calgary Women
Date: September 4, 2013
Location: Calgary
Amount: $885.98
Health
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period October 1, 2013 to December 31, 2013
Function: Hospital Privilege and Appeal Board Hearing 
Purpose: To hear appeals from members or former members of the medical staff of 
an approved hospital. 
Amount: $1,208.09 
Date of Function: September 25-27, 2013 
Location: Calgary, AB
Function: Taking Action Against Elder Abuse Workshop 
Purpose: Provide a one day workshop to service providers. 
Amount: $622.50 
Date of Function: October 3, 2013 
Location: Bonnyville, AB
Function: Grey Matters Conference Networking Reception 
Purpose: Networking reception for conference delegates. 
Amount: $5,911.92 
Date of Function: September 26, 2013 
Location: Lethbridge, AB
Function: Continuing Care Forum Meeting 1 
Purpose: Planning for continuing care renewal. 
Amount: $773.42 
Date of Function: September 20, 2013 
Location: Edmonton, AB
Function: Best Brains Exchange, Alternative Financing Options For Continuing Care 
Purpose: To bring together experts in the area of alternative financing options for 
continuing care to highlight existing and relevant research evidence. 
Amount: $2,190.24 
Date of Function: September 25, 2013 
Location: Edmonton, AB
Function: Expert Advisory Group Workshop 
Purpose: To provide members with an opportunity to come together and gain 
multiple perspectives which will allow each members to see the big picture prior to 
developing their action plans. 
Amount: $3,603.51 
Date of Function: September 13, 2013 
Location: Edmonton, AB
Function: Taking Action Against Elder Abuse -Train the Trainer 
Purpose: Three day workshop to provide sector trainers with certified training on 
Elder Abuse. 
Amount: $2,677.56 
Date of Function: November 5-7, 2013 
Location: Edmonton, AB
Function: Skills for Psychological Recovery Training 
Purpose: Two day training for staff and clinicians to learn techniques and its 
application in their everyday practice to help people experiencing distress following 
natural disasters. 
Amount: $1,636.50 
Date of Function: November 20-21, 2013 
Location: Calgary, AB
Function: Continuing Care Forum Meeting 2 
Purpose: Planning for continuing care renewal. 
Amount: $996.23 
Date of Function: December 6, 2013 
Location: Edmonton, AB
Infrastructure
Sale or Disposition of Land
(Government Organization Act)
Name of Purchaser:  Pacific Calgary GP Ltd. 
Consideration:  $3,015,870.00 
Land Description:  Meridian 4, Range 29, Township 25, Section 12.  That portion of 
the South East Quarter which lies North and East of the Right of Way on Plan 
9110968.  Containing 21.99 Hectares (54.34 Acres) More or Less.  Excepting 
thereout all mines and minerals.  Located in the City of Calgary
_______________
Name of Purchaser:  Pacific Calgary GP Ltd. 
Consideration:  $5,124,870.00 
Land Description:  Meridian 4, Range 29, Township 25, Section 12.  That portion of 
the North East Quarter which lies East of the Right of Way on Plan 9110968.  
Containing 37.37 Hectares (92.34 Acres) More or Less.  Excepting thereout all mines 
and minerals.  Located in the City of Calgary


Name of Purchaser:  Pacific Calgary GP Ltd. 
Consideration:  $4,310,130.00 
Land Description:  Meridian 4, Range 29, Township 25, Section 13.  That portion of 
the South East Quarter which lies East of transportation and utility corridor Right of 
Way on Plan 9110968.  Containing 31.43 Hectares (77.66 Acres) More or Less.  
Excepting thereout all mines and minerals and the right to work the same.  Located in 
the City of Calgary
International and Intergovernmental Relations
Notifications under the International Interests in Mobile Aircraft Equipment Act
In accordance with Section 9 (1) of the International Interests in Mobile Aircraft 
Equipment Act, the Minister of International and Intergovernmental Relations hereby 
provides notice that the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment 
and the Protocol to the Convention on Matters Specific to Aircraft Equipment entered 
into force in Alberta on April 1, 2013.
In accordance with Section 9 (2) of the International Interests in Mobile Aircraft 
Equipment Act, the Minister of International and Intergovernmental Relations hereby 
provides notice of the Regulations and Procedures for the International Registry, 
pursuant to Article 17, Section 2(d), of the Cape Town Convention on International 
Interests in Mobile Equipment, as follows.
REGULATIONS
Section 1
AUTHORITY
These "Regulations" are issued by the Supervisory Authority pursuant to Article 17 
(2) (d) of the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment, signed at 
Cape Town on 16 November 2001 (the "Convention") and Article XVIII of the 
Protocol to the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment on 
Matters specific to Aircraft Equipment, signed at Cape Town on 16 November 2001 
(the "Protocol").
Section 2
DEFINITIONS
2.1 	Terms defined in the Convention and the Protocol shall have the same 
meanings in these Regulations. In addition, the following terms shall have the 
meanings set out below:
2.1.1	"Administrator" means the person with authority to act on behalf of a registry 
user entity on administrative matters in dealings with the International Registry, and 
an "acting administrator" has the meaning set out in Section 4.1.
2.1.2 	"Amendment", unless the context suggests otherwise, means any change in 
registration information, including any change in the duration of a registration, but 
does not include assignment, subrogation or subordination.
2.1.3	 "Authorization" means an electronic authorization given by the administrator 
of a transacting user entity to one of its transacting users or to a professional user to 
transmit information to the International Registry to effect or consent to a registration 
on behalf of that transacting user entity.
2.1.4	 "Authorizing entry point" means an entity designated by a Contracting State as 
contemplated by Section 12.1 (a).
2.1.5	 "Consent" means an electronic consent to a registration.
2.1.6	 "Controlled entity" means a business entity, trust or association of any kind, 
however established, with capacity to be a named party in registrations, where a 
transacting user entity electronically asserts that it controls, manages or administers 
that business entity, trust or association.
2.1.7	 "Direct entry point" means an entity designated by a Contracting State as 
contemplated by Section 12.1 (b), and a "direct entry point user" means an official, 
employee, member or partner of a direct entry point.
2.1.8	 "Entry point" means an entity designated by a Contracting State as 
contemplated by Section 12.1.
2.1.9	 "Identity" means the name, address and electronic address of the entity or 
person in respect of whom the identifying information is sought.
2.1.10 "Named party" means the transacting user entity named in a registration, and a 
"named representative" means a person named in a registration and acting for others 
in an agency, trust or other representative capacity.
2.1.11	 "Professional user entity" means a firm or other grouping of persons (such as 
an internal legal department of a transacting user entity) providing professional 
services to transacting user entities in connection with the transmission, to the 
International Registry, of information relating to registrations, and a "professional 
user" means an individual employee, member or partner of a professional user entity.
2.1.12	 "Registration" means an interest electronically registered with the 
International Registry. For the purposes of Sections 4.3 (c), 4.4, 6 and 12.4, the term 
has the extended meaning set out in Section 6.1.  
A "registering person" means the transacting user, professional user or direct entry 
point user transmitting information to the International Registry to effect a 
registration.
2.1.13 "Registry user entity" means:
	(a) a transacting user entity;
	(b) a professional user entity; or
	(c) a direct entry point.
A "registry user" means a transacting user, a professional user or a direct entry point 
user.
2.1.14	 "Searching person" means a person making a search in accordance with 
Section 7 of these Regulations.
2.1.15	 "Transacting user entity" means a legal entity, natural person or more than one 
of the foregoing acting jointly intending to be a named party in one or more 
registrations, and a "transacting user" means an individual employee, member or 
partner of a transacting user entity or an affiliate of that entity.
2.2	The term or terms:
	(a) "International Registry Procedures" has the meaning set out in Section 15.1; 
and
	(b) "priority search", "priority search certificate", "informational search 
listing", "Contracting 	State search" and "Contracting State search 
certificate" have the meanings set out in Section 7.
Section 3
GENERAL PROVISIONS
3.1 	The International Registry is established as the facility for effecting and 
searching registrations under the Convention and the Protocol.
3.2 	Since the International Registry merely provides notice of registrations, the 
facts underlying any such registration or registered interest shall determine whether it 
falls within the scope of the Convention or the Protocol. Without limiting the 
foregoing, while there will be no technical impediment to the registration of pre-
existing rights and interests, such registrations shall have no legal effect under the 
Convention and the Protocol, except where, by virtue of a declaration under Article 
60 (3) of the Convention, registration thereof is required. The contents of this Section 
3.2 shall be prominently displayed by the International Registry as a general 
cautionary note.
3.3	The Registrar shall perform the functions specified in the Convention, the 
Protocol, these Regulations and the International Registry Procedures.
3.4	The International Registry shall be accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 
except if precluded by maintenance performed outside peak periods, or technical or 
security problems, as set out in the International Registry Procedures.
3.5	Technical support shall be provided to registering persons, searching persons 
and administrators by a help desk of the International Registry, which shall be 
available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, via telephone and/or electronic mail, as set 
out in the International Registry Procedures.
3.6	The International Registry may be used for no other purpose than that set forth 
in Sections 3.1 and 3.2, unless approved in advance by the Supervisory Authority and 
subject to the terms of that approval.
Section 4
ACCESS TO THE INTERNATIONAL REGISTRY
4.1	No registry user entity or administrator of that entity shall have access to the 
International Registry unless that entity and administrator are first approved as such 
by the Registrar and are otherwise in compliance with these Regulations and the 
International Registry Procedures. For the purposes of the preceding sentence, such 
approval shall be given when the Registrar reasonably concludes:
	(a) that such entity and administrator are who they claim to be; and
	(b) on the basis of information submitted, and without undertaking specific 
legal analysis, that the 	latter is entitled to act as administrator of the former, 
in each case, following the standards and 	procedures set out in the 
International Registry Procedures.
An administrator may electronically delegate his/her powers to an "acting 
administrator" from time to time for periods not to exceed three (3) months.
A requested change to the electronic contact details of an administrator or other 
registry user may be made after the Registrar reasonably concludes that such 
requested change is accurate.
4.2	No registry user shall have access to the International Registry unless that user 
is first electronically approved as such by the administrator of the subject registry user 
entity and is otherwise in compliance with these Regulations and the International 
Registry Procedures. No approved registry user shall be entitled to transmit 
information to the International Registry to effect a registration unless that user has 
first received authorization to do so. For the purposes of the preceding sentence, such 
electronic approval and authorization may be given at the sole discretion of the 
relevant administrator and may be revoked by such administrator at any time.
4.3	Notwithstanding the preceding paragraphs:
	(a) the administrator of a transacting user entity approved by the Registrar may 
electronically approve a controlled entity as a transacting user entity upon the 
payment of the fee provided for in Table 1 of the Appendix to the International 
Registry Procedures;
	(b) in such a case, the rights, powers and obligations of the administrator of the 
approving transacting user entity and its transacting users, respectively, shall 
apply equally to the approved transacting user entity; and
	(c) a registration or a transfer of a right to discharge is valid if it is effected by a 
natural person who has been given the power to do so by a registry user 
authorized to effect such registration or such transfer of the right to discharge.
4.4	Subject to these Regulations and in accordance with the International Registry 
Procedures, a registration may only be effected, with an authorization, by a 
registering person, on behalf of the transacting user entity, which is a named party 
required or permitted to effect that registration under Article 20 of the Convention 
and Article III of the Protocol. The foregoing shall not apply in respect of a 
registration transmitted by a direct entry point, which shall be made in accordance 
with Section 12.4.
4.5	No searching person shall have access to the International Registry unless that 
person is first in compliance with these Regulations and the International Registry 
Procedures.
Section 5
INFORMATION REQUIRED
TO EFFECT REGISTRATION
5.1	In order to effect a registration, use of electronic information provided by the 
International Registry relating to the aircraft object is mandatory and, where so 
provided, is the sole means of satisfying the requirements of Section 5.4 (c) (ii) to 
(iv). For the purposes of the foregoing, "information provided by the International 
Registry" excludes information submitted in a different format by the registering 
person. To the extent such information is not so provided at the time the registration 
data are submitted to the International Registry, it shall be electronically entered by a 
registering person using the format prescribed in the International Registry 
Procedures, except as regards named parties (other than those whose consent is not 
required under Section 5.10) because they must be approved transacting user entities.
5.2	The Registrar may post documentation and information designed to assist 
registry users in determining if information has been provided by the International 
Registry for purposes of Section 5.1. The use of such documentation and all 
information referred to therein, including information provided by the International 
Registry, is subject to the notice and disclaimer posted on the International Registry.
5.3	Identity information shall be deemed complete only if each of the three 
elements contained in the definition of identity is provided.
5.4	The information required to effect the registration of an international interest, a 
prospective international interest, a notice of a national interest, or a registrable non-
consensual right or interest is:
	(a) the identity and electronic signature of the registering person;
	(b) the identity of the named parties;
	(c) the following information identifying the aircraft object:
		(i) type of aircraft object;
		(ii) manufacturer's name;
		(iii) manufacturer's generic model designation; and
		(iv) manufacturer's serial number assigned to the aircraft object;
	(d) in the case of an airframe or helicopter, the following information, if 
known:
		(i) the current and, if different, intended State of Registry for nationality 
purposes; and
		(ii) the current and, if different, intended aircraft nationality and 
registration marks assigned pursuant to the Chicago Convention;
	(e) the duration of the registration, if the registration is to lapse prior to the 
filing of a discharge;
	(f) in the case of an international interest or a prospective international interest, 
the consent of the named parties, given under an authorization; and
	(g) the names and electronic addresses of persons to which the Registrar is 
required to send information notices pursuant to Section 6.
5.5	The information required to effect the registration of a contract of sale or a 
prospective sale is:
	(a) the information referred to in Sections 5.4 (a) to (d) and 5.4 (g);
	(b) the consent of the named parties, given under an authorization; and
	(c) in the case of a prospective sale, the duration of the registration, if that 
registration is to lapse prior to the time of a discharge.
5.6	The information required to effect the registration of the assignment of an 
international interest, the prospective assignment of an international interest, the 
assignment of a registrable non-consensual interest or an international interest 
acquired through subrogation is:
	(a) the information referred to in Sections 5.4 (a) to (d) and 5.4 (g);
	(b) the consent of the named parties, given under an authorization;
	(c) if the interest being assigned or subrogated is a registered interest, the file 
number of the registration relating to that interest; and
	(d) if the interest being assigned or subrogated is not a registered interest, a 
description of the interest assigned or subrogated and the original debtor 
thereunder, using the format prescribed by the International Registry 
Procedures.
5.7	The International Registry may provide a facility permitting the registration of 
all assignments included in a "block assignment registration request". A "block 
assignment registration request" shall include:
	(a) an electronic certification by the assignor that all of the underlying interests 
evidenced by registrations on the International Registry in which it is a named 
party have been assigned to the 	assignee; and
	(b) a consent thereto given by the assignee, each given under an authorization.
5.8	The information required to discharge a registration, other than a registration 
relating to a contract of sale is:
	(a) the information referred to in Sections 5.4 (a) to (d) and 5.4 (g);
	(b) except as provided in Sections 5.8 (c) and 5.8.1, the consent of the named 
parties benefiting from the registered interest, given under an authorization;
	(c) where a right of consent to discharge a registration has been transferred, the 
consent of the party having this right;
	(d) the file number of the registration to be discharged; and
	(e) the date the discharge is to be effective.
5.8.1 	The parties mentioned in Sections 5.8 (b) and (c) do not include the debtor, 
assignor, subrogor or person subordinating the registered interest, or the prospective 
seller in the case of a registration relating to a prospective sale.
5.8.2 	A party referred to in Section 5.8 (b) may electronically transfer to a registry 
user entity, with the consent of that entity, the sole right to consent to the discharge of 
such registration. Such sole right to consent to the discharge may be further 
transferred by a holder thereof to another registry user entity with the consent of the 
latter.
5.8.3 	The party holding the right to discharge a registration has the sole right to 
consent to the discharge of that registration.
5.9 	The information required to effect the registration of the subordination of an 
international interest, a prospective international interest, a national interest or a 
registrable non-consensual interest is:
	(a) the information referred to in Sections 5.4 (a) to (d) and 5.4 (g), and for the 
purposes of the foregoing reference to Section 5.4 (b) and for the purposes of 
Section 5.9 (b), the "named parties" shall be the registry user entities 
subordinating their interest and benefiting from that 	subordination;
	(b) the consent of the named party whose interest is subordinated, given under 
an authorization;
	(c) if the interest being subordinated or benefiting from the subordination is a 
registered interest, 	the file number relating to each such interest; and
	(d) if the interest being subordinated or benefiting from the subordination is not 
a registered 	interest, a description of such interest and the original debtor 
thereunder, using the format prescribed by the International Registry 
Procedures.
5.10 	Notwithstanding Sections 5.4 (f), 5.5 (b) and 5.6 (b), the information needed to 
effect the registration of a pre-existing right or interest required by virtue of a 
declaration under Article 60 (3) of the Convention need not include the consent of the 
debtor, assignor, seller or person subordinating the right or interest.
5.11 	Subject to Section 5.12, the information required to amend a registration or to 
amend information contained in an assignment, subrogation or subordination is:
	(a) the information referred to in Sections 5.4 (a) to (d) and 5.4 (g);
	(b) the consent of the named parties that consented to the registration to be 
amended, and, where a right of consent to discharge a registration has been 
transferred, the consent of the party having this right in place of the immediate 
transferor;
	(c) the file number of the registration to be amended; and
	(d) the amendments to be made.
5.12	The following shall apply in respect of amendments to and discharges of 
amendments to registrations:
	(a) Registration of an amendment of information referred to in Section 5.4 (c) 
or a change of a category of registration shall be treated as a new registration in 
respect of the object or category 	to which the amending registration refers, 
with priority ranking from the time the amending registration is searchable. 
The named parties to such amendment shall consent to the discharge of the 
previous registration under an authorization, which shall be effected 
automatically.
	(b) Registration of an amendment in which the information referred to in 
Section 5.4 (b) has been changed shall require the consent of the named parties 
that consented to that registration and of the named party to be specified in the 
amended registration, each given under an authorization.
	(c) Registration of an amendment in which the information referred to in 
Section 5.4 (d) has been changed shall be without prejudice as to whether the 
original registration complied with Section 12.
	(d) Registration of an amendment in which the information referred to in 
Section 5.4 (e) has been changed shall have no effect on the priority of the 
original registration for the amended duration 	of that registration. The 
foregoing is without prejudice as to whether a new underlying interest has been 
constituted that requires registration under the Convention.
	(e) When a registration is discharged, the party consenting to that discharge 
shall be deemed to 	consent to the discharge of all amendments to that 
registration, which shall be effected automatically.
5.13	Without prejudice to Section 12.7, the lack of information referred to in 
Section 5.4 (d), including where cross-referenced in other sections, does not 
invalidate a registration.
5.14 	Any registration may specify that:
	(a) it covers a fractional or partial interest in an aircraft object and, if so, the 
extent of such interest; and/or
	(b) multiple named parties hold or have granted an interest evidenced thereby.
5.15 	With respect to an interest referred to in Section 5.14 (a):
	(a) an increase or decrease to such interest arising by virtue of a sale or an 
assignment of an international interest shall be registered as such in accordance 
with Sections 5.5 or 5.6, respectively; and
	(b) a decrease in such an interest arising by virtue of payment of a secured 
obligation shall be partially or wholly discharged in accordance with Section 
5.8.
5.16 	The International Registry may provide a facility for notice of a change of 
name to a transacting user entity or a professional user entity, where set out in a 
"name change notification request". For purposes of the foregoing, a "change of 
name" means either that the transacting user entity or professional user entity has 
changed its name, that the registered interest has become vested in a new entity 
created by merger or otherwise by operation of law, or that a correction is required 
due to an error in the name. In such a case:
	(a) the Registrar shall confirm that such changed name has been effected 
following the standard set out in Section 4.1;
	(b) when so confirmed, all registrations on the International Registry in which 
that transacting user entity or professional user entity is a named party shall, 
without amending registration information, be annotated to advise of the 
change of name, such annotation to be included in all priority search 
certificates;
	(c) following the time at which such annotation is made, the new or resulting 
entity shall be deemed to be a transacting user entity or professional user entity 
for all purposes of the International Registry; and
	(d) the vesting shall have no effect on the priority of the original registration.
5.17	The Registrar may correct an error in or discharge a registration created by a 
malfunction in the International Registry, provided that such correction or discharge:
	(a) shall be effective only from the time it is made, and shall have no effect on 
the priority of any other registration; and
	(b) shall appear on all priority search certificates relating to the subject aircraft 
object.
The Registrar shall promptly give notice of any such correction or discharge to the 
named parties in the original registration and, if different, the parties making that 
registration, other parties with registered interests in that aircraft object, and those 
who have conducted a priority search on that aircraft object since the time of the 
original registration.
Alternatively, the Registrar may request the named parties to the original registration 
to amend or discharge that registration, leave that registration in place as registered, 
or without limiting Sections 5.17 (a) or (b) seek an order from a court with 
jurisdiction under Article 44 (1) of the Convention.
5.18 	A registration relating to a contract of sale to which Article 25 (4) of the 
Convention applies may be discharged by the buyer or the seller with the consent of 
the other given under an authorization, provided that:
	(a) such discharge shall be effective only from the time it is made, and shall 
have no effect on the priority of any other registration; and
	(b) the original registration and its discharge shall appear on all priority search 
certificates relating to the subject aircraft object.
Section 6
CONFIRMATION AND
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION
6.1	In this Section, the term "registration" includes, where appropriate, the 
amendment, extension or discharge of a registration.
6.2 	The Registrar shall send prompt electronic confirmation of a registration to the 
named parties, the registering person and all other persons entitled to receive notice of 
that registration under Section 5. A confirmation shall contain the information set 
forth in Article 22 (2) (a) of the Convention. Non-receipt of such confirmation does 
not imply that the registration has not been effected, that fact being determinable 
solely by use of a priority search.
6.3	When a registration is effected relating to an aircraft object, an electronic 
notice thereof shall be sent to the named parties and registering persons in any other 
registration relating to that object.
6.4	The confirmation and notice referred to in Sections 6.2 and 6.3, respectively, 
shall include information specified in Section 5 relating thereto and the file number of 
the registration.
6.5	Named parties may electronically elect not to receive the notices referred to in 
Section 6.3. Such elections shall require digital signatures. Registry users may request 
not to receive electronic notices in respect of one or more registrations.


Section 7
SEARCHES
7.1	Searches of the International Registry may be performed against:
	(a) a manufacturer's name;
	(b) a manufacturer's generic model designation; and
	(c) a manufacturer's serial number of an aircraft object; and in the case of an 
airframe or 	helicopter, against:
	(d) the State of Registry of the aircraft of which it is part; or
	(e) the nationality or registration mark.
Such information may be searched by means of a priority search or informational 
search, as set out in Sections 7.2 and 7.3, respectively.
A Contracting State search may also be made, as set out in Section 7.5. A search may 
be performed by any person who complies with the International Registry Procedures, 
whether or not that searching person has a specific interest. All searches shall be 
performed by electronic means.
7.2	A "priority search" is a search for registration information using the three 
criteria specified in Article XX (1) of the Protocol, as set out in Sections 7.1 (a) to (c). 
Such information is searchable for purposes of Articles 19 (2) and (6) of the 
Convention and Article XX (1) of the Protocol.
7.3	An "informational search" is a search other than a priority search, using the 
criterion set out in Section 7.1 (c) or, when available on the International Registry, 
Section 7.1 (e), in either case alone or with another criterion set out in that Section. 
Such informational searches may include the use of symbols specified in the 
International Registry designed to produce inclusive search results. The results of an 
informational search, an "informational search listing", shall be a list of all matching 
aircraft objects, described by the items set out in Sections 7.1 (a) to (c) and, if 
available in the International Registry, the items in Sections 7.1 (d) to (e). The facility 
to perform such an informational search does not make that information "searchable" 
for the purposes of Articles 19 (2) and (6) of the Convention and Article XX (1) of 
the Protocol.
7.4	A "priority search certificate" is a certificate issued in response to a priority 
search. It shall:
	(a) set out the information required by Article 22 (2) (a) or (b) of the 
Convention, as applicable, and comply with Article 22 (3) of the Convention;
	(b) in the case where Article 22 (2) (a) of the Convention applies, list the 
registered information in both:
		(i) chronological order; and
		(ii) a manner that indicates the transactional history of each registered 
interest; and
	(c) indicate the current holder of the right to discharge a registration and set out 
in chronological order when that right to discharge has been transferred and the 
parties executing such transfer.
7.5	A "Contracting State search" is a search for all declarations and designations, 
and withdrawals thereof, made under the Convention and the Protocol by the 
Contracting State specified in the search. A "Contracting State search certificate" is a 
certificate issued in response to a Contracting State search. A Contracting State search 
certificate shall:
	(a) indicate, in chronological order, all declarations and designations, and 
withdrawals thereof, by 	the specified Contracting State;
	(b) list the effective date of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession of 
the Convention and the Protocol, and of each declaration or designation, and 
withdrawal thereof, by the specified Contracting State; and
	(c) attach, in the electronic form set out in the International Registry 
Procedures, a copy of all instruments deposited by the specified Contracting 
State relating to items within the scope of Section 7.5 (b).
7.6	Each search certificate and listing shall be issued and made available in 
electronic form. Upon request, a printed copy of a priority search certificate or 
Contracting State search certificate shall be provided by the Registrar.
Section 8
OPERATIONAL COMPLAINTS
8.1	Any person may submit a complaint to the Registrar concerning the operation 
of the International Registry. If not satisfactorily addressed by the Registrar, that 
complaint may be further submitted by that person to the Supervisory Authority.
8.2	For the purposes of Section 8.1, a matter "concerns the operation of the 
International Registry" when the matter relates to the general procedures and policies 
of the International Registry and does not involve specific adjudication by the 
Registrar or Supervisory Authority.
8.3	A person making a complaint shall substantiate his/her assertions in writing.
8.4	The Supervisory Authority shall consider complaints, and where, on the basis 
of that consideration, it determines changes to the procedures or policies are 
appropriate, it shall so instruct the Registrar.
8.5	The International Registry Procedures shall set out details relating to the 
procedure contemplated by Sections 8.1 to 8.4.


Section 9
CONFIDENTIALITY
All information in the International Registry shall be confidential except where it is:
	(a) provided by the Registrar in response to a search under Section 7;
	(b) made electronically available to enable registry users to effect, amend or 
discharge registrations;
	(c) provided to the Supervisory Authority at the latter's request; or
	(d) used for the purposes of the statistics required by Section 10.
Section 10
STATISTICS
10.1	The Registrar shall maintain updated registration statistics and shall publish 
them in an annual report. This report shall be electronically accessible to any person.
10.2	The registration statistics under Section 10.1 shall consist of:
	(a) transactional volumes and revenues subdivided in each case by registration 
type and geographic distribution; and
	(b) other compilations of non-confidential information requested by the 
Supervisory Authority.
Section 11
ANNUAL REPORT TO THE
SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY
The Registrar shall prepare an annual report, including statistical data referred to in 
Section 10, and shall submit it to the Supervisory Authority.
Section 12
RELATIONS WITH THE
ENTRY POINTS
12.1 	A Contracting State may designate an entry point or entry points ("entry 
point") under Article XIX (1) of the Protocol:
	(a) which shall or may authorize the transmission of information required for 
registration under the Convention and the Protocol to the International Registry 
("authorizing entry point"); or
	(b) through which information required for registration under the Convention 
and the Protocol shall or may be directly transmitted to the International 
Registry ("direct entry point").
12.2 	A Contracting State may only designate a mandatory entry point in respect of:
	(a) registrations relating to airframes and helicopters for which it is the State of 
Registry; and/or
	(b) registrations of prospective international interests, prospective sales or 
prospective 	assignments of international interests in any airframe or helicopter 
for which it has taken regulatory steps to become the State of Registry.
12.3 	A Contracting State designating an entry point shall notify the Depositary and 
the Supervisory Authority thereof, indicating whether such entry point is an 
authorizing or direct entry point. The Supervisory Authority shall keep the Registrar 
informed of such designations, and the Registrar shall maintain a current list thereof 
that is electronically accessible to users.
12.4 	A direct entry point shall transmit a registration when the conditions 
established by it have been satisfied, such conditions to be consistent with the 
Convention, the Protocol, and these Regulations, and the named parties in that 
registration are approved registry user entities. A registration transmitted by a direct 
entry point shall become effective when the International Registry receives the 
consent from all parties whose consent is required under the Convention, the Protocol, 
and these Regulations, including, if so required, the named parties in that registration.
12.5 	Without prejudice to Section 12.4, the Registrar shall establish arrangements 
applicable to the electronic transmission of registration information from, or 
authorized by, entry points to the International Registry and, after consultations with 
each designated entry point, shall specify the procedures applicable to that entry 
point. The foregoing shall not require the establishment of electronically coordinated 
systems but rather arrangements designed to enhance the efficient use of the 
International Registry by entry points.
12.6 	The International Registry shall provide an electronic warning against a 
registration that is not effected:
	(a) through a direct entry point where use thereof is mandatory; or
	(b) in accordance with procedures required by an authorizing entry point; to the 
extent agreed between the International Registry and the Contracting State 
declaring that entry point.
12.7 	A registration effected in violation of the terms of a designation under Section 
12.1, or, in the case of Section 12.1 (a), without an authorization code issued by the 
authorizing entry point, is invalid.
12.8 	A registration is not invalid if:
	(a) in the case of an authorizing entry point, an authorization code is not 
obtainable under its procedures; or
	(b) in the case of direct entry point, use of that entry point is not permitted 
under its procedures; based on the facts of the transaction to which it relates.
Section 13
FEES
13.1	The Registrar shall collect a fee prior to undertaking services relating to the 
International Registry.
13.2 	Fees, including fees arising from operations through an entry point, must be 
paid to the Registrar prior to the requested operation unless otherwise agreed between 
the Registrar and such entry point.
13.3 	Fees shall be collected according to a schedule issued by the Supervisory 
Authority, which shall state the amount of fees payable for each service.
13.4 	Fees shall be established and adjusted by the Supervisory Authority, as 
required by the Convention and the Protocol.
Section 14
LIABILITY AND INSURANCE
14.1 	For the purposes of Article 28 (1) of the Convention, "loss suffered" means 
loss or damage resulting from an error or omission of the Registrar and its officers 
and employees or from a malfunction of the international registration system, except 
as provided for by Article 28 of the Convention, but does not include loss or damage 
resulting from lack of access to the International Registry as a result of measures 
referred to in Section 3.4 of these Regulations.
14.2 	Any claim against the Registrar under Article 28 (1) of the Convention:
	(a) shall be made in writing within the time period applicable under the laws of 
the State where the International Registry is located;
	(b) shall be subject to consultations between the claimant and the Registrar; 
and
	(c) if not resolved by such consultations, may be pursued by the claimant in 
accordance with Article 44 of the Convention.
14.3	 The International Registry Procedures shall set out details relating to the 
procedure contemplated by Section 14.2.
14.4 	The amount of insurance or financial guarantee required under Article 28 (4) of 
the Convention and Article XX (5) of the Protocol shall be determined and may be 
revised by the Supervisory Authority.


Section 15
INTERNATIONAL
REGISTRY PROCEDURES
15.1 	International Registry Procedures addressing items required by these 
Regulations or otherwise relating to the technical operation and administrative 
processes of the International Registry shall be established by the Supervisory 
Authority.
15.2	Without restricting their content, the International Registry Procedures shall set 
out the technical and administrative processes for:
	(a) effecting, amending and discharging registrations and making and obtaining 
copies of searches; and
	(b) obtaining the approvals and authorizations required to access the 
International Registry.
Section 16
PUBLICATION
16.1	The authentic version of these Regulations and the International Registry 
Procedures shall be published in an official publication of the Supervisory Authority.
16.2 	The Registrar shall make an electronic version of the authentic texts referred to 
in Section 16.1, as may be amended as contemplated by Section 17, available to the 
public at no cost.
Section 17
AMENDMENTS
17.1	Requests for amendments to these Regulations or the International Registry 
Procedures may be submitted by the Registrar to the Supervisory Authority, which 
shall consider such amendments.
17.2	The authentic version of any amendments to these Regulations or the 
International Registry Procedures approved by the Supervisory Authority shall be 
published in an official publication of the Supervisory Authority.
Section 18
EFFECTIVE DATES
The present Regulations and the initial International Registry Procedures shall take 
effect on the date the Protocol enters into force. Any amendments to these 
Regulations or the International Registry Procedures shall take effect one calendar 
month after the date of their publication unless otherwise determined by the 
Supervisory Authority.
PROCEDURES
Section 1
AUTHORITY
(Section 15 of the Regulations)
These "Procedures" are issued by the Supervisory Authority of the International 
Registry under the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment, signed 
at Cape Town on 16 November 2001 (the "Convention"), the Protocol to the 
Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment on Matters specific to 
Aircraft Equipment, signed at Cape Town on 16 November 2001 (the "Protocol"), and 
the Regulations for the International Registry (the "Regulations"). They address 
administrative items required by the Regulations as conditions to use of the 
International Registry or otherwise relating to the technical operation and 
administrative processes of the International Registry.
Section 2
DEFINITIONS
Terms defined in the Convention, the Protocol, and the Regulations shall have the 
same meaning in these Procedures. In addition, the following terms shall have the 
meaning set out below:
	(a) "Approval" means either:
		(i) an electronic approval, by the Registrar, of an entity as a registry user 
entity and/or of an individual as that registry user entity's administrator, 
in accordance with Section 10 below; or
		(ii) an electronic approval, by the administrator, of an individual as a 
registry user of such registry user entity, in accordance with Section 11 
below, and "approve" and "approved" shall be construed accordingly.
	(b) "Confirmation" means an electronic confirmation provided in accordance 
with Section 6 of the Regulations, automatically issued by the Registrar when a 
registration, amendment or discharge is searchable.
	(c) "CPS" means the Registrar's certification practice statement, as displayed 
on the website.
	(d) "Digital certificate" means a digital certificate for use in communications 
with the International Registry, issued to an administrator or other registry user 
by the Registrar in 	accordance with these Procedures and the CPS.
	(e) "Final consent" means the electronic consent of the last of the named 
parties whose consent is required under Article 20 of the Convention in relation 
to a registration, amendment or discharge.
	(f) "Private key" means the private key associated with a digital certificate.
	(g) "Website" means the website that provides the public interface of the 
International Registry and associated content provided by the Registrar under 
the Uniform Resource Locator (URL):
	http://www.internationalregistry.aero.
Section 3
FUNCTIONS OF THE REGISTRAR
(Section 3 of the Regulations)
The Registrar shall operate the International Registry and perform the functions 
assigned to it by the Convention, the Protocol and the Regulations.
Section 4
FUNCTIONS OF THE REGISTRY USER ENTITY
(Section 4 of the Regulations)
For the purpose of using the International Registry, the following functions fall within 
the scope of responsibility of each registry user entity:
	(a) the proper selection and appointment of its administrator;
	(b) any actions of its administrator, including any acting administrator, and of 
its registry users taken in relation to the Registry, which shall be deemed to 
have been duly authorized by that registry user entity;
	(c) the accuracy of the data transmitted to the International Registry on its 
behalf;
	(d) requesting, through its "back-up contact" referred to in Section 5.12 below, 
that the Registrar revoke the approval of the administrator acting on behalf of a 
registry user entity if the administrator ceases to be employed by that registry 
user entity or otherwise ceases to be authorized to act on its behalf;
	(e) abiding by the applicable terms and conditions in place from time to time 
governing access to and use of the International Registry. The applicable terms 
and conditions can be accessed on the website.
Section 5
FUNCTIONS OF THE ADMINISTRATOR
OF A REGISTRY USER ENTITY
(Section 4 of the Regulations)
5.1	An administrator, who may but need not be an employee of a registry user 
entity, shall be duly appointed by each registry user entity, with authority to act on its 
behalf for the purposes of the International Registry, and such authority shall be 
represented during the approval process.
5.2	An administrator should hold appropriate formal professional qualifications 
commensurate with the requirements of the functions of administrator.
5.3	Each registry user entity may have only one administrator at any given time.
5.4	The administrator of a transacting user entity, who has been approved by the 
Registrar, is automatically authorized to effect, amend, discharge or consent to 
registrations in which that entity is a named party.
5.5	An administrator:
	(a) shall keep his/her password and digital certificate secure;
	(b) shall not transfer his/her digital certificate from the computer on which it 
was first installed, except to a replacement computer under his/her control, in 
which case he/she shall first apply to the Registrar for that purpose; and
	(c) is permitted to make a secure back-up copy of his/her digital certificate 
subject to the requirements of the CPS as amended from time to time.
5.6	Where an administrator electronically delegates his/her powers to an acting 
administrator in accordance with Section 4.1 of the Regulations, that acting 
administrator shall be deemed to be the administrator for the purposes of these 
Procedures.
5.7	Where an administrator electronically approves a registry user to act on behalf 
of a registry user entity in accordance with Section 4.2 of the Regulations, the 
Registrar shall issue an email to that registry user containing a link to a digital 
certificate in accordance with these Procedures.
5.8	An administrator shall, through the website:
	(a) keep up to date the email address and other details of the administrator and 
each registry user representing such registry user entity held by the 
International Registry;
	(b) promptly revoke the approval of a registry user representing such registry 
user entity in the event that such registry user leaves the employment of, or 
otherwise ceases to be associated with, 	such registry user entity; and
	(c) promptly revoke the authorization of a registry user representing such 
registry user entity in the event that such registry user is no longer authorized 
to effect, amend, discharge or consent to one or more registrations in which 
that entity is a named party.
5.9	In the event that an administrator is to leave the employment of the registry 
user entity on whose behalf he/she is authorized to act or if there is to be a change of 
administrator, the administrator shall electronically notify the Registrar thereof in a 
timely fashion. Should the registry user entity wish to appoint a replacement 
administrator for the remainder of the unexpired subscription term, such appointment 
shall be subject to a replacement administrator fee.
5.10 	The administrator of a registry user entity shall have the authority, through the 
website, to block and/or disable the user account of any registry user representing 
his/her registry user entity. It is the administrator's responsibility to take such action 
promptly in the event of a security breach relating to any such registry user's user 
account, of which he/she has actual knowledge, including but not limited to 
compromise of such registry user's private key.
5.11 	The administrator of a registry user entity shall notify the Registrar of any 
security breach (for example, a breach compromising a private key), of which he/she 
has actual knowledge, that is expected to result in unauthorized registrations. If the 
security breach relates to a registry user account, the administrator may block and/or 
disable the account.
5.12	If the account of an administrator is subject to a security breach that could 
reasonably be expected to result in unauthorized access to and use of the International 
Registry, the Registrar and the registry user entity shall cooperate to expeditiously 
take corrective action appropriate under the circumstances. A registry user entity shall 
designate a "back-up contact" for these purposes.
5.13	On notification of a security breach, the Registrar may block and/or disable any 
user account.
5.14	The Registrar may make such reasonable identity checks of a proposed 
administrator as the Registrar considers necessary in relation to that person 
undertaking such function. The Registrar may make similar checks of a registry user, 
where deemed necessary by the Registrar.
5.15	Each administrator may electronically approve further registry users to act on 
behalf of the registry user entity which that administrator represents (when authorized 
to do so) and may approve the issue of a digital certificate to each of those registry 
users.
5.16	The administrator has sole responsibility for the selection of his/her registry 
user entity's registry users and for ensuring that only individuals who are duly 
authorized to act on behalf of his/her registry user entity are appointed as registry 
users from time to time.
Section 6
FUNCTIONS OF THE
REGISTRY USER
(Section 4 of the Regulations)
6.1	No individual other than an administrator may effect, amend, discharge or 
consent to registrations with the International Registry until he/she has been approved 
as a registry user by the administrator of the registry user entity that such person 
represents.
6.2	No registry user may transmit information to the International Registry to 
effect, amend or discharge a registration in respect of an aircraft object unless such 
registry user has first received authorization to do so in relation to such aircraft object 
either:
	(a) in the case of a transacting user, from the administrator of the transacting 
user entity that represents it; or
	(b) in the case of a professional user, from the administrator of the transacting 
user entity being such professional user's client.
6.3	Each registry user:
	(a) shall keep his/her password and digital certificate secure;
	(b) shall not transfer his/her digital certificate from the computer on which it 
was first installed, except to a replacement computer under his/her control, in 
which case he/she shall first apply to the Registrar for that purpose; and
	(c) is permitted to make a secure back-up copy of his/her digital certificate 
subject to the requirements of the CPS as amended from time to time.
6.4	Each registry user shall notify his/her respective administrator of any security 
breach, of which he/she is aware, that is expected to result in unauthorized 
registrations, including unauthorized use, disclosure or compromise of his/her 
password or private key.
6.5	Each registry user acknowledges that his/her respective administrator may 
make such identity checks as the Registrar considers necessary in connection with 
such registry user's access to the International Registry.
Section 7
ACCESS TO THE
INTERNATIONAL REGISTRY
(Section 4 of the Regulations)
7.1	The International Registry can be accessed via the public Internet under the 
URL: http://www.internationalregistry.aero.
7.2	The International Registry will initially be available in English only. It is 
envisaged that other languages will be added when the necessary financial means are 
available, taking into account the implications thereof as well as advantages for users.
7.3	To access the International Registry, an administrator, registry user or a 
searching person requires access to the Internet with a compatible browser(s), as 
specified on the website. Each such person shall establish his/her own arrangements 
for:
	(a) access to the Internet; and
	(b) contracting with, and paying the fees of, any third party Internet service 
provider.
The International Registry extends only to the access point to the Internet located at 
the Registrar's hosting location.
7.4	The International Registry shall be accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 
except if precluded by maintenance performed outside peak periods, or technical or 
security problems. Advance notice of any interruption in access, and expected 
resumption of service, shall, to the maximum extent practicable, be provided via the 
website.
7.5	Access to the International Registry is conditioned on:
	(a) in the case of an administrator and a registry user, having a valid digital 
certificate and complying with the applicable part of the CPS relating to his/her use 
and, where required, entering the correct password;
	(b) following the steps and procedures provided on the website, including 
acceptance of the website terms and conditions, and of the CPS, and abiding 
thereby;
	(c) paying, in advance, the fees set by the Supervisory Authority and published 
on the website; and
	(d) the agreement of a registry user at the time of issuance or renewal of a 
digital certificate to the terms of the Regulations and these Procedures and any 
amendments thereof.
7.6	If an administrator's or a registry user's password is entered incorrectly, that 
person shall be given the opportunity to re-enter the password or terminate the action. 
If there are three failed attempts to enter the correct password, the corresponding user 
account will be blocked until contact has been made with the help desk and the issue 
giving rise to the failure has been corrected.
Section 8
ENTRY POINTS
(Section 12 of the Regulations)
8.1	The Registrar shall establish arrangements applicable to the electronic 
transmission of registration information from, or authorized by, entry points to the 
International Registry designated under Article XIX (1) of the Protocol and Section 
12 of the Regulations and, after consultations with each designated entry point, shall 
specify the arrangements applicable to that entry point. The arrangements applicable, 
designed to enhance the efficient use of the International Registry by entry points, 
shall be published on the website.
8.2	All registry users making registrations through a designated entry point or 
entry points under Article XIX (1) of the Protocol shall comply with the arrangements 
referred to in the preceding Section 8.1.
Section 9
HELP DESK AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT
(Section 3.5 of the Regulations)
9.1	To access the technical support function of the International Registry, an 
administrator, registry user or searching person may email or call the help desk, as 
specified on the website. It is recommended that the "help" pages of the website and 
email be used, where possible. Any person communicating with the help desk via 
email is requested to:
	(a) specify the nature of the problem or question;
	(b) provide his/her full name and company name;
	(c) identify which type of user he/she is (e.g. administrator, registry user or 
searching person); and
	(d) provide a main contact telephone number. The Registrar may, to the extent 
consistent with applicable privacy law, verify the identity of all callers and log 
and record all calls to the help desk.
9.2	The terms of Section 3.4 of the Regulations and Section 7.4 of these 
Procedures shall apply to:
	(a) the hours of operation of the help desk, and exceptions thereto; and
	(b) notice of interruption and resumption of access to the help desk and its 
services.
9.3	The initial working languages of the help desk will be English, French and 
Spanish. It is envisaged that other languages will be added when the necessary 
financial means are available, taking into account the implications thereof as well as 
advantages for users.
9.4	Help desk response times will depend on demand and cannot therefore be 
guaranteed.
9.5	The help desk is for technical support only and cannot provide support on other 
matters, including legal questions. The help desk cannot respond to queries 
concerning an administrator's, a registry user's or a searching person's:
	(a) computer or network system;
	(b) system security policies;
	(c) Internet access, including its connectivity and performance; or
	(d) browser.


Section 10
SIGN-UP AND APPROVAL - REGISTRY USER ENTITY
AND ADMINISTRATOR
(Section 4 of the Regulations)
10.1	In connection with approvals under Section 4.1 of the Regulations, the 
proposed administrator of a proposed registry user entity shall complete and 
electronically submit to the Registrar, through the website, the form for approval of:
	(a) a registry user entity; and
	(b) an administrator of that entity.
Information designated as mandatory on the form shall be provided. Information 
designated as optional on the form may be provided. Names of organizations and 
persons must be their correct legal names. In exceptional cases (e.g. where the space 
on the form is insufficient), prior approval of the Registrar for using a name other 
than the correct legal name must be sought by email. A proposed registry user entity 
shall also electronically submit to the Registrar, with proper signature, confirmation 
that a proposed administrator is entitled to act in that capacity. At the specific request 
of the Registrar, such confirmation shall be provided in hardcopy on the entity's 
letterhead with proper signature. All applications for approval shall include 
acceptance of the Regulations and these Procedures and of the website terms and 
conditions governing the access to and use of the International Registry.
10.2	All applications for approval must be accompanied by full payment (by credit 
or debit card) of the appropriate non-refundable fee, together with value added tax 
(VAT), if required by law. The proposed administrator will be presented with a 
summary of the amount (in U.S. dollars) to be paid and prompted to enter credit or 
debit card details. Once the card details have been submitted and validated, payment 
will be taken from the relevant account and that person will be presented with a 
confirmation screen and the option to save a digital copy of the invoice.
10.3	All applications for approvals will be acknowledged to the electronic mail 
address provided on the submitted application form.
10.4 	The proposed administrator shall promptly reply to requests for additional 
information from the Registrar in connection with the approval process. Such 
requests, made at the sole discretion of the Registrar, shall be consistent with 
applicable privacy laws.
10.5	If satisfied with the information provided, the Registrar shall issue to the 
proposed administrator, in electronic form, the Registrar's approval and a notification 
of the URL at which the administrator can access his/her digital certificate, together 
with appropriate instructions on its use.
10.6	The Registrar shall issue its approval (if given) as soon as is reasonably 
practicable and will endeavour to complete the approval process within 48 hours of 
receipt of the application.
10.7	Once the Registrar has issued its approval, the administrator shall test his/her 
ability to access the website.
10.8	The Registrar shall not approve a registry user entity or an administrator where 
the Registrar believes that the requirements of Section 4.1 of the Regulations have not 
been met. In such a case, the Registrar, if requested in writing shall:
	(a) specify in writing, via email, the reasons why such requirements have not 
been met; and
	(b) provide the applicant with a reasonable opportunity to take corrective 
action.
If not corrected, at the sole discretion of the Registrar, the application shall be 
declined. Refusal of an application shall not prevent an applicant from making a 
subsequent application for approval, provided that the requirements of these 
Procedures are fully complied with in respect thereto, and payment of the appropriate 
fee together with VAT (if applicable) is made.
10.9	The fee for issuing a replacement digital certificate shall be borne by the 
registry user entity. A person seeking a replacement digital certificate shall apply to 
the Registrar and follow the instructions specified on the website.
10.10	The Registrar may revoke the approval of a registry user entity and/or an 
administrator at any time where, in its view, there exists a material risk of fraudulent 
registrations or other misuse. In such a case, the Registrar and the registry user entity 
shall take all reasonable steps to cooperate to expeditiously take corrective action 
appropriate under the circumstances; the back-up contact designated under Section 
5.l2 may be used as required. The Registrar may block and/or disable any user 
account of the registry user entity concerned.
Section 11
SIGN-UP AND APPROVAL - REGISTRY USER
(Section 4 of the Regulations)
11.1	In connection with approval of registry users under Section 4.2 of the 
Regulations, a proposed registry user seeking to act on behalf of an approved registry 
user entity shall apply through the website, requesting electronic approval from the 
administrator of that entity.
11.2 	An administrator has the sole right to approve one or more registry users 
employed by a registry user entity to act on his/her behalf. If the administrator elects 
to approve such registry users, the administrator shall take that action through the 
"approved registry user" page on the website, specifying the period of validity of a 
proposed registry user's access to the International Registry and directing that the 
associated payment be made.
11.3 	Upon receiving the approval of his/her administrator and following successful 
testing of his/her ability to access the website, a registry user will be issued a digital 
certificate by the administrator via an email containing a link to the website. The 
registry user should then download from the website the digital certificate, providing 
him/her with a private key.
Section 12
EFFECTING, AMENDING AND
DISCHARGING REGISTRATIONS
(Sections 5 and 6 of the Regulations)
12.1 	To effect, amend or discharge a registration, a registering person shall:
	(a) follow the relevant process and instructions specified on the website; and
	(b) complete the electronic forms contained on the website, with the relevant 
information required by Section 5 of the Regulations.
Registration information electronically provided on the website shall be used by a 
registering person, as required by Section 5 of the Regulations. To the extent such 
information is not provided, registration information shall be inserted by a registering 
person following the instructions specified on the website.
12.2	The Registrar shall draw the attention of users to the application of Section 5.2 
of the Regulations and the terms of the notice and disclaimer each time a user makes 
use of aircraft object information and the descriptive document.
12.3	Each named party, other than the registering party, required to consent under 
Article 20 of the Convention in order for a registration, amendment or discharge to 
become effective shall be electronically requested to consent thereto, in accordance 
with Article 18 (1) (a) of the Convention, prior to that registration, amendment or 
discharge becoming searchable. Once a registering person has entered registration, 
amendment or discharge information on the website and has digitally signed it, each 
named party identified in the registration:
	(a) will be notified thereof by electronic mail; and
	(b) shall be given the opportunity to consent thereto, through the website, for a 
period of 36 	hours.
In the event that any such named party fails to give its consent within the 36-hour 
period, the registration, amendment or discharge will be automatically aborted.
12.4	Upon receipt of the final consent, the Registrar shall automatically issue a 
confirmation thereof by email to all parties entitled to receive a confirmation thereof 
under Section 6 of the Regulations, provided that the email addresses of all such 
parties have previously been provided.
12.5	An administrator may, at his/her sole discretion, authorize one or more of 
his/her approved registry users or professional users to effect, amend or discharge a 
registration. The authorization may cover one or more aircraft objects. Several users 
may be authorized to work on the same aircraft object or objects, but not 
simultaneously during the same registration session. An administrator may, at any 
time, revoke an authorization he/she has given and grant further authorizations to 
qualifying registry users.
12.6 	Upon receipt of a confirmation, any named party wishing to ensure that the 
respective entry has been correctly made may undertake a priority search.
12.7	Initiated, but not completed, registrations, amendments or discharges shall not 
appear on any search results.
Section 13
MAKING SEARCHES AND
OBTAINING SEARCH RESULTS
(Section 7 of the Regulations)
13.1	Any person may, following payment of the required fee, search the 
International Registry, and that searching person shall:
	(a) follow the relevant process and instructions specified on the website; and
	(b) complete the electronic forms contained on the website, with the relevant 
information required by Section 7 of the Regulations.
13.2	The object of an informational search is to provide the searching person with 
sufficient information to perform a priority search.
13.3 	An informational search listing shall be made available in electronic form to 
the person undertaking the search. For the avoidance of doubt, an informational 
search will not generate a search certificate. The Registrar shall not be liable in 
respect of the content of an informational search listing.
13.4	In making a priority search or a Contracting State search, the searching person 
shall state the name of the person or persons having the benefit of the search. The 
name of such person or persons shall appear on the priority search certificate or the 
Contracting State search certificate, as the case may be. Beneficiaries may include:
	(a) parties entering into, planning or forbearing from commercial transactions 
involving a named 	party of an aircraft object; or
	(b) parties providing legal or other professional advice to, or insuring, the 
parties specified in 	Section 13.4 (a).
13.5	Priority search certificates and Contracting State search certificates will be 
digitally signed by the Registrar and must be so signed in order to be valid. They shall 
be stored electronically by the Registrar. An electronic version thereof shall be issued 
and made available to the searching person. A printed version of either such 
certificate shall be made available upon payment of the required fee.
13.6	The fees for priority searches performed by governments of Contracting States 
may be waived pursuant to arrangements made with the Registrar.
Section 14
OPERATIONAL COMPLAINTS
(Section 8 of the Regulations)
14.1	In accordance with Section 8 of the Regulations, any person may submit an 
operational complaint to the Registrar through the "operational complaints" section of 
the website or by email as specified on the website. The receipt of an operational 
complaint shall be promptly acknowledged by the Registrar.
14.2	Operational complaints shall include a written statement containing full details 
of the facts said to give rise to the complaint.
14.3 	The Registrar shall respond to the complaint or state why it is not able to do so, 
within 15 calendar days of receipt of the complaint or, if later, receipt of the full facts 
statement. The Registrar shall transmit a copy of its reply to the Supervisory 
Authority.
14.4	If, within 30 calendar days of making the complaint, the person does not 
consider that the matter has been or is being satisfactorily addressed by the Registrar, 
that person may submit the complaint to the Supervisory Authority (with a copy to the 
Registrar) for further consideration. Submission of the complaint to the Supervisory 
Authority shall be made stating the full facts of the case either by email to 
LEB@icao.int or by letter or facsimile to: 
International Civil Aviation Organization 
Supervisory Authority of the International Registry 
c/o Legal Affairs and External Relations Bureau 
999 University Street 
Montr‚al, Quebec 
Canada H3C 5H7 
Fax: +1 514-954-8032
14.5	If the Supervisory Authority determines that changes to the procedures or 
policies of the International Registry are appropriate, it will instruct the Registrar to 
carry out such changes.
Section 15
CLAIMS AGAINST THE REGISTRAR
(Section 14 of the Regulations)
15.1 	Claims may be brought against the Registrar under Article 28 of the 
Convention for loss suffered as defined in Section 14 of the Regulations. In 
accordance with Article 28 (2), the Registrar shall not be liable for factual inaccuracy 
of registration information received by the Registrar or transmitted by the Registrar in 
the form in which it received that information nor for acts or circumstances for which 
the Registrar and its officers and employees are not responsible and arising prior to 
receipt of registration information at the International Registry.
15.2 	All such claims shall be notified in writing to the Registrar by post and/or 
facsimile and by email at:
Aviareto Ltd. 
Suite 3 
Plaza 255 
Blanchardstown Corporate Park 2 
Blanchardstown 
Dublin 15 
Republic of Ireland 
Fax.: +353 (0)1 829 3508 
Email: registryofficials@aviareto.aero
and shall include a full statement of the facts giving rise to the claim pursuant to 
Article 28 of the Convention. Such statement shall be provided to the Registrar within 
three months of the person becoming aware of the existence of the claim.
15.3 	All such claims shall be subject to a consultation period during which the 
claimant and the Registrar will in good faith attempt to resolve the claim. The 
consultation period shall be three months from the date the Registrar receives 
notification of the claim, or the statement of facts (if later). The three-month period 
may be extended by mutual agreement of the parties.
15.4 	If, following the consultation period, the claim has not been resolved, the 
parties are encouraged to engage in mediation, conciliation, arbitration or other 
dispute resolution process but the claimant may, subject to the procedural 
requirements of the applicable law, commence proceedings against the Registrar in 
accordance with Articles 28 and 44 of the Convention.
15.5 	Nothing in these Procedures shall:
	(a) operate to extend any limitation period applicable under the applicable law; 
or
	(b) affect a party's right to commence proceedings where otherwise a 
limitation period would 	expire.
Section 16
CONFIDENTIALITY
(Section 9 of the Regulations)
The Registrar shall keep all information in the International Registry confidential, 
except where:
	(a) it is provided in response to a priority search, a Contracting State search or 
informational search, or made electronically available to enable registry users 
to effect, amend or discharge registrations;
	(b) it is requested under Article 27 (5), of the Convention, or provided to the 
Supervisory 	Authority at the latter's request; or
	(c) it is used for the purposes of the statistics required by Section 10 of the 
Regulations for the 	International Registry.
Section 17
NOTIFICATIONS
The Registrar may notify an administrator or a registry user entity, by email to the 
current email address provided by or for that person, of any matters affecting the 
International Registry. Any such notification shall be presumed to have been received 
24 hours after it was sent.
Section 18
FEES
(Section 13 of the Regulations)
All applicable fees shall be paid in advance. The current fee schedule is set out in the 
Appendix to these Procedures and may be adjusted from time to time by the 
Supervisory Authority, as provided by the Convention and the Protocol.
Section 19
PUBLICATION
(Section 16 of the Regulations)
19.1	The authentic version of these Procedures shall be published in an official 
publication of the Supervisory Authority.
19.2	The Registrar shall make an electronic version of these Procedures, as may be 
amended, available to the public at no cost by publishing it on the website.
Section 20
AMENDMENTS
(Section 17 of the Regulations)
20.1 	Requests for amendments to these Procedures may be submitted by the 
Registrar to the Supervisory Authority, which shall consider such amendments.
20.2	The authentic version of any amendments to these Procedures approved by the 
Supervisory Authority shall be published in an official publication of the Supervisory 
Authority.
Section 21
EFFECTIVE DATES
(Section 18 of the Regulations)
These Procedures shall take effect on the date the Protocol enters into force. Any 
amendments to these Procedures shall take effect one calendar month after the date of 
their publication unless otherwise determined by the Supervisory Authority.
Appendix
Fee Schedule
1. FEES FOR USING THE
INTERNATIONAL REGISTRY
User set-up fee
1.1	No person may register with the International Registry without having paid a 
"user set-up fee".
1.2	The user set-up fee payable in respect of a controlled entity shall be levied as 
follows:
	(a) upon approval of the controlled entity by the administrator of an approved 
transacting user entity, after the coming into force of the Third Edition of the 
Regulations and Procedures for the International Registry; and
	(b) on the next date of the subscription renewal of an approved transacting user 
entity, where the administrator of said entity approved the controlled entity or 
the special purpose entity prior to the coming into force of the Third Edition of 
the Regulations and Procedures for the International 	Registry.
1.3	User set-up fees are set out in Table 1. These fees include the provision of a 
public key infrastructure (PKI) certificate that is installed on the user workstation. In 
the event of this certificate being lost or destroyed, a new certificate will be supplied 
on payment of a "lost certificate fee" as set out in Table 1.
Registration fee
1.4	A single registration fee shall be charged for all registrations initiated by the 
same registering party during a "registration session", defined to mean one session 
with the International Registry permitting "all registrations" relating to:
	(a) one airframe and all engines regularly used thereon (or any subset thereof 
or any individual engine); or
	(b) one helicopter.
For this purpose, "all registrations" means all registrations reflecting transactions, 
including a transfer of the right to consent to a discharge, or an amendment or a 
discharge relating to the object or objects set out in paragraph 1.4 (a) or (b) entered 
into within a period of 24 hours from the time of the initiation of the registration 
session, including those reflecting different or multiple types of registrations 
permitted under the Convention and the Protocol without limitation in number (e.g. an 
international interest (leasing agreement), a second international interest (security 
agreement), a third international interest (a second security agreement), subordination 
(of the second international interest to the first), and an assignment of one or more of 
the international interests). A "registration session" will last for 24 hours for the 
purposes of the "registration fee".
1.5	That single registration fee shall be defined as the "registration fee", the 
amount of which is set out in Table 1.
1.6	Spare engines (i.e. further engines beyond the number normally fitted to an 
airframe) that are to be registered with an airframe during a single registration session 
will be subject to an additional "spare engine fee", the amount of which is set out in 
Table 1.
Priority search fee
1.7	A "priority search fee" for each priority search certificate is set out in Table 1.
1.8	An entity name change fee shall apply for each submitted name change 
notification request.
 
2. PROCEDURE FOR ADJUSTMENT OF FEES
2.1 The fees are subject to periodic review by the Supervisory Authority, in 
consultation with the Registrar. New fees may then be set by the Supervisory 
Authority, based upon anticipated volume at that point, taking into account:
	(a) the Registrar's cash reserves for working capital;
	(b) the level of insurance required by the Supervisory Authority;
	(c) any litigation budget required by the Supervisory Authority or the Registrar 
above that 	contained in the cost schedule;
	(d) the Supervisory Authority costs;
	(e) any service enhancements requested by the Supervisory Authority or 
suggested by the 	Registrar;
	(f) the transaction volume achieved by the International Registry and the 
variation from the 	transaction volume projected by the Registrar;
	(g) any other relevant factors.
3. IRISH VAT
Users will be invited to state their country of residence as part of their user profile 
and, if based in the European Union, will be asked for a company VAT number that 
will determine the application of Irish VAT (applies to Irish and European Union 
users). Under current legislation, European VAT is not applicable to services 
delivered to parties outside of Europe (therefore users outside of the European Union 
are not subject to VAT).
Justice and Solicitor General
Cancellation of Qualified Technician Appointment  
(Intoxilyzer 5000C)
Camrose Police Service 
Keech, Kevin Kenneth
(Date of Cancellation January 20, 2014)
Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment  
(Intox EC/IR II)
CFB Cold Lake, Military Police 
Williamson, Adam Jeffrey
(Date of Designation January 16, 2014)
RCMP, Traffic Services 
Small, Brittany Mae
(Date of Designation January 22, 2014)
RCMP, Traffic Services, "K" Division 
Anderson, Forrest Robert 
Bent, Ryan Andrew 
Blaylock, Lori Dawn 
Brideau, Jesse 
Coulombe, Yannick Joseph Gaetan 
Craig, Darrell Wilson 
Goble, Brennan Philip 
Gurski, Graham Darcy 
Hall, Mark Neal 
Hamilton, Michael Bennett 
Hansen, Scott Byron 
Henderson, William Egan 
Johnson, Roderick Derk 
Kim, Jong Han 
Leduc, Stephanie Marie 
MacDonald, Keith Douglas 
McKenna, David Anthony 
Nadeau, Mathieu Guy 
Noel, Krzysztof Jan 
Reay, Andrea Lynn 
Stanbrook, David Alan 
Townsend, Michael Thomas 
Tung, Natalie Shun-Ying 
Zufferli, Michael Joseph Giovanni Filippo
(Date of Designation January 16, 2014)
Municipal Affairs
Notice of the Mailing of the 
2013 Assessment Year 
Linear Property Assessment Notices
(Municipal Government Act)
Pursuant to Section 311 of the Municipal Government Act Revised Statutes of Alberta 
2000 Chapter M-26 as amended, the 2013 Assessment Year Linear Property 
Assessment Notices have been sent to all assessed linear property owners with copies 
to the affected municipalities.  All assessed persons are deemed to have received their 
linear property assessment notices as a result of the publication of this notice.
The linear property assessment roll is open for viewing year round. A copy can be 
found at the:
Assessment Services Branch 
15th Floor Commerce Place 
10155 - 102 Street, Edmonton, AB 
T5J 4L4 
Questions concerning linear property assessment notices can be directed to the 
Assessment Services Branch of Municipal Affairs at (780) 422-1377 or toll free at 
310-0000. Dial 310-0000 before dialing the office's area code and telephone number.  
Calling by cell phone?  Start with one of the toll-free codes, and then punch in the 
office's area code and telephone number:  *310 (Roger's Wireless) #310 (Bell and 
Telus).


Safety Codes Council
Corporate Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Suncor Logistics Corporation (SELC), Accreditation No. C000239, Order No. 
1329
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Corporation's industrial facilities for the discipline of 
Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code, Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil & Gas Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code.
Accredited Date: March 15, 2001	Issued Date: January 20, 2014.
Corporate Accreditation - Cancellation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Angle Energy Inc, Accreditation No. C000830, Order No. 2664
Is to cease administration under the Safety Codes Act within its jurisdiction for 
Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code, Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil & Gas Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code.
		Issued Date: January 22, 2014.
_______________
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Manning Rural Electrification Association Limited, Accreditation No. C000238, 
Order No. 1403
Is to cease administration under the Safety Codes Act within its jurisdiction for 
Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Electrical Utility Code.
		Issued Date: January 22, 2014.
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Penn West Petroleum, Accreditation No. C000249, Order No. 2884
Is to cease administration under the Safety Codes Act within its jurisdiction for 
Building
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Building Code.
		Issued Date: January 9, 2014.
_______________
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Penn West Petroleum, Accreditation No. C000249, Order No. 2885
Is to cease administration under the Safety Codes Act within its jurisdiction for Gas
Consisting of all parts of the Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code and Propane 
Storage and Handling Code.
		Issued Date: January 13, 2014.
_______________
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Penn West Petroleum, Accreditation No. C000249, Order No. 2886
Is to cease administration under the Safety Codes Act within its jurisdiction for 
Plumbing
Consisting of all parts of the National Plumbing Code and Alberta Private Sewage 
Systems Standard of Practice.
		Issued Date: January 9, 2014.
Municipal Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Town of Grande Cache, Accreditation No. M000397, Order No. 1169
Due to a change in scope and having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety 
Codes Council is authorized to provide services under the Safety Codes Act including 
applicable Alberta amendments and regulations within the Municipality's boundaries 
for the discipline of Fire
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Fire Code including investigations.  Excluding 
Part 4 requirements for Tank storage of flammable and combustible liquids.
Accredited Date: May 17, 2000	Issued Date: January 21, 2014.
Alberta Securities Commission
ALBERTA SECURITIES COMMISSION RULE 15-503  
PRODUCTION OF RECORDS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on January 15, 2014 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
ALBERTA SECURITIES COMMISSION RULE 15-503 
PRODUCTION OF RECORDS
PART 1 - INTERPRETATION
Definitions
1.	In this Rule
"Act" means the Securities Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. S-4, as amended;
"custodian" means an individual who has possession or control of a record 
during the time(s) referred to in a production order, or, if no time is specified in 
a production order, means an individual who has possession or control of a 
record either at the time a record was created or the time a production order is 
received, and includes, in the case of an electronic record, an individual 
responsible for creating the record or who accessed the record in its electronic 
format;
"electronic records" means data stored on any type of electronic media, 
including but not limited to computers, hard disk drives, removable disk drives, 
compact discs, DVD discs, Universal Serial Bus (USB) drives, mobile or smart 
phones, electronic tablets, Global Positioning System (GPS) devices, digital 
recorders, digital answering systems, and tape drives;
"load file" means an electronic file used to retrieve or import specific 
electronic data sets from an electronic database, or to define the relationships 
between data sets within the electronic database, based on unique criteria in the 
load file;
"metadata" means all the electronic data relating to electronic records, 
including but not limited to the descriptive, structural, administrative, and 
organizational data used to describe, format and manage a document 
electronically;
"native format" means the electronic file format in which an electronic record 
was created;
"original record" means a record in the form it exists at the time a production 
order is received by a respondent;
"production order" means an order made under section 40 of the Act or a 
summons or notice issued under subsection 42(1) of the Act;
"record" means any information, document, record, security, exchange 
contract, or thing, whether in physical or electronic form, required to be 
produced to the Commission pursuant to a production order;
"record number" means a unique number, or combination of letters and 
numbers, identifying each record produced by a respondent in response to a 
production order;
"remote electronic custodian" means an entity or person in possession or 
control of electronic records of a respondent, if the electronic records are at a 
location other than the respondent's physical location but over which a 
respondent has access, control, or direction;
"respondent" means a person or company required to produce records pursuant 
to a production order;
"staff" means the staff of the Commission, including the Executive Director of 
the Commission, and any counsel representing staff, but does not include the 
members of the Commission;
"true copy" means an identical copy of a record, whether in electronic or 
physical format, where
(a)	colours are reproduced, where such colours affect the meaning of 
the record,
(b)	all text, notations, highlighting, marginal notes, date stamps, 
headers, footers, and similar markings are reproduced clearly and 
legibly, and 
(c)	in the case of a physical record that includes removable notes, 
highlighting, flags, or other additional markings that obscure or 
conceal text or other information, copies of the record both with 
such markings in their original position and without such 
markings, so as to reveal any information obscured or concealed 
by such markings.
2.	(1)	In this Rule, references to specific electronic file formats have the 
meaning set out in the Library and Archives Canada Local Digital 
Format Registry File Format Guidelines for Preservation and Long-
term Access.
(2)	Unless otherwise defined in this Rule, terms defined in section 1 of the 
Act apply.
PART 2 - GENERAL PROVISIONS
Solicitor-Client Privilege
3.	Nothing in this Rule shall be interpreted so as to affect the privilege that exists 
between a solicitor and the solicitor's client.
Preservation of Records
4.	(1)	Upon receipt of a production order, a respondent must not destroy, 
delete, dispose of, or otherwise damage or alter records described in the 
production order, either by deliberate action or by failing to take 
reasonable steps to preserve records that are subject to scheduled or 
periodic deletion, overwriting, or replacement.
(2)	A respondent must take reasonable steps to promptly and clearly notify 
affected employees, agents or contractors not to destroy, delete, dispose 
of, or otherwise damage or alter records described in the production 
order.  
(3)	A respondent must take reasonable steps to promptly and clearly notify 
any remote electronic custodian not to destroy, delete, dispose of, or 
otherwise damage or alter records described in the production order.
(4)	When notification is provided in accordance with subsections (2) or (3), 
any employee, agent, contractor or remote electronic custodian receiving 
such notification is subject to the obligations in subsection (1) with 
respect to the records described in the notification that are in its 
possession or control.
(5)	Unless otherwise specified in a production order or further notice in 
writing by staff, where a respondent routinely employs electronic 
methods of storing true copies of records in lieu of storing original paper 
or other physical records, such electronic storage constitutes adequate 
preservation for the purposes of this section.
(6)	Unless otherwise specified in a production order or further notice in 
writing by staff, the obligations in this section remain in effect for a 
period of two years from the date the production order is received by the 
respondent.
Multiple Copies
5.	(1)	If a respondent has multiple copies of a record and the copies differ from 
one another by having different notations, highlighting, edits, signatures, 
other intentional markings, or other material additions or alterations, 
each copy must be treated as a distinct record and, unless otherwise 
specified in a production order or otherwise in writing by staff, a 
respondent must make reasonable efforts to provide each copy.
(2)	Notwithstanding subsection (1), where the only difference between 
multiple copies of a record is that one copy is in physical form and one 
or more other copies are electronic records, a respondent is only required 
to provide the electronic records. 
(3)	If a respondent has multiple copies of a record and the copies are 
identical to one another, the respondent is only required to provide one 
copy of the record but must identify, to the extent reasonably 
practicable, the custodians of all copies of the record. 
Cover letter 
6.	(1)	When producing true copies of records to the Commission, respondents 
must provide an electronic cover letter that includes, to the extent 
reasonably practicable
(a)	a list of each piece of media or other storage device through 
which records are produced, identified by a unique identifier and 
labelled accordingly,
(b)	a list of record numbers for the records produced, cross-
referenced as appropriate to the unique media identifiers used for 
each piece of media or other storage device submitted,
(c)	a list or table of the custodians or sources from which, or from 
whom, the records were obtained, cross-referenced to the 
particular records provided from each custodian or source, and 
(d)	a declaration made by the respondent, or by an individual on 
behalf of the respondent if the respondent is not an individual, 
certifying that, to the best of their knowledge the records 
described in and provided with the cover letter
(i)	are all of the records in the respondent's custody and 
control that are specified in the production order,
(ii)	are true copies of the said records, or, if any original 
records are provided, that the specified records are 
originals, and 
(iii)	have been provided and numbered in accordance with this 
Rule.
(2)	Notwithstanding subsection (1), if a respondent is producing records 
solely in paper format or if authorized in writing by staff, a respondent 
may provide the information set out in subsection (1) in paper format.
Delivery of Records
7.	Unless otherwise authorized by staff in writing, a respondent providing records 
pursuant to a production order must deliver such records, including media 
containing electronic records, by personal delivery, mail, courier, or similar 
form of delivery. 
Original Records
8.	(1)	Unless otherwise specified in this Rule or if a record cannot reasonably 
be copied, respondents must produce true copies of records rather than 
originals.
(2)	Except when a respondent has provided staff with original records and 
such records have not yet been returned, a respondent must remain able 
and prepared to produce originals of the true copies of records provided 
to the Commission for a period of not less than two years after receipt of 
a production order, or such longer period as may be set out in a 
production order or notice in writing from staff.
(3)	Notwithstanding any other provision of this Rule, staff may require a 
respondent to produce original records in accordance with the Act.


PART 3 - PHYSICAL RECORDS
Paper Only Records
9.	(1)	If a production order applies to records that a respondent holds or has 
access to only in paper or other printed format, the respondent must 
provide true copies of such records
(a)	in paper or other printed format, or
(b)	as true, accurate and complete electronic images of the paper or 
other printed records.
(2)	If a production order applies to records that a respondent holds or has 
access to only in paper or other printed format, the respondent must take 
reasonable steps to provide true copies of such records
(a)	grouped according to the person or location from whom or from 
which they were obtained, 
(b)	grouped in the same order as they were in their native format, and 
not re-organized or re-sorted, 
(c)	in a manner that ensures that
(i)	the true copies are not less legible than the originals, 
(ii)	all marginal notes, footers, and similar features are not 
obliterated, masked or inadvertently lost in the copying 
process, 
(iii)	if a record includes information on both sides of one or 
more pages, both sides of such pages have been copied or 
imaged, 
(iv)	folded or partly folded paper (including "dog-eared" pages) 
is unfolded prior to copying or imaging, and
(v)	paper (or image) size is appropriate to legibly reproduce all 
of the information on the original record, and
(d)	in a manner that maintains the grouping and relationship of the 
records in their native format, and in particular by using paper or 
electronic slip sheets, staples, paper clips, or similar objects to 
keep related pages of records together where appropriate.
(3)	If a respondent produces records to staff under paragraph (1)(a) in paper 
or other printed format, such records must each be marked with a 
sequentially numbered record number.
(4)	If a respondent produces records to staff under paragraph 1(b) in the 
form of electronic images,
(a)	such electronic images must each contain a unique identifying 
number that is
(i)	in a format specified in the production order, or if no 
format is specified or the respondent is unable readily to 
use the format specified, sequentially numbered in the 
order of the records produced, and
(ii)	electronically affixed to each image, in a manner that does 
not obscure text or other existing information on the image,
(b)	to the extent reasonably practicable, the media containing the 
images must be accompanied by such embedded information or 
additional electronic files that enable staff to
(i)	relate each electronic image file to the unique identifying 
number affixed to each image (for single-page image files), 
or to the range of unique identifying numbers affixed to 
multiple images (for multi-page image files),
(ii)	relate each electronic image file to a specific source and 
custodian from which it was obtained, and
(iii)	load the electronic image files, together with the 
corresponding unique identifying numbers and the source 
and custodian information relating to each electronic image 
file, into a database, and
(c)	to the extent reasonably practicable, the following formats must 
be used:
(i)	black and white images must be provided either
(A) in the form of Group IV single-page TIFF files with a 
resolution of at least 300 dpi, or
(B) in the form of PDF files, where each PDF file 
represents a distinct record and is not a compilation of 
multiple records, and
(ii)	colour images must be provided in the form of JPEG files 
with a resolution of at least 150 dpi.
(5)	Any gaps in the sequence of unique number marks placed on records produced 
in accordance with this section must be identified, with a brief explanation, at 
the time of producing the records.
(6)	Upon request, and notwithstanding anything in this section, staff may authorize 
a respondent to produce records that a respondent holds or has access to only in 
paper or other printed format in a manner other than as prescribed in 
subsections (2), (3), and (4).
Other Physical Records
10.	(1)	If a production order applies to physical records other than paper or 
printed records, a respondent must provide true copies of such records
(a)	in the same physical format as the original, or
(b)	electronically, by copying the records in question in a manner that 
is accurate, complete, and that can be reviewed using 
commercially available systems or tools.
(2)	Notwithstanding subsection (1), if it is impractical to reproduce a true 
copy of a physical record other than paper or printed records either in 
physical or electronic format, a respondent must produce the original of 
such record.	
PART 4 - ELECTRONIC RECORDS
Native Format
11.	(1)	Except as otherwise provided in this Rule, whenever reasonably 
practicable, electronic records must be provided in their native format.
(2)	Notwithstanding subsection (1), if electronic records in their native 
format can only be reviewed or interpreted by the use of non-
commercially available, proprietary systems or software, a respondent 
must identify such records to staff and
(a)	make available to staff the systems or software to enable review 
and interpretation of the records,
(b)	provide copies of the records in an alternative electronic format 
that accurately and completely captures the content of, and 
available metadata relating to, the records in their native format, 
or
(c)	provide a reasonable alternative electronic means of reviewing or 
interpreting the records or copies of the records, which does not 
compromise the accuracy or completeness of the records as they 
exist in their native format.
Access to Electronic Records
12.	If access to review electronic records, including review of metadata, is 
restricted by means of passwords, encryption, archiving, or other forms of 
storage resulting in access limitations, the respondent providing the records 
must also provide the means through such restrictions so as to enable staff to 
review the records.
Electronic Messaging
13.	(1)	If a production order applies to records of any form of electronic 
messaging or text messaging, and if a respondent is unable to provide 
such records in their native format, the records must be provided in 
another electronic format that accurately and completely captures the 
content of, and available metadata relating to, the records in their native 
format.
(2)	Notwithstanding subsection (1), a respondent may provide records in 
another electronic format that is authorized in writing by staff.
Audio and Video Files
14.	If a production order applies to audio or video files, the respondent must take 
reasonable steps to provide all metadata for audio and video files that are 
produced, including
(a)	file names,
(b)	the dates the files were created, and
(c)	if an audio or video file is a recording of a telephone conversation (call), 
the identity, if known, of the party or parties calling (caller) and the 
party or parties called (recipient); the telephone numbers of the caller(s) 
and recipient(s); and the date and time of the call.
Records Stored With a Remote Electronic Custodian
15.	If a production order applies to records in the possession or control of a remote 
electronic custodian, a respondent must take reasonable steps to provide
(a)	all of the source records which were provided to the remote electronic 
custodian, 
(b)	the metadata, if available, relating to the records, and
(c)	copies of the records as they were modified, presented, published, or 
retained by the remote electronic custodian.
PART 5 - EXEMPTIONS
16.	Upon an application, the Commission or the Executive Director may grant an 
exemption from all or any part of this Rule, and any such exemption may be 
made subject to any terms and conditions.
17.	This Rule comes into force on March 1, 2014.
Service Alberta
Approval of Purchaser's Protection Program
(Condominium Property Act)
The Condominium Property Act Regulation requires a notice summarizing the terms 
and conditions of a Purchaser's Protection Program (the Program) and a notice of the 
approval of the Program by the Minister before the Program is applied in respect of 
any property.
The Program protects against loss by a purchaser in the event that a developer fails to 
complete construction of the units or common property.  Where a developer is 
covered by a Program, the program provider must ensure a certificate is provided to 
the purchaser containing information about the Program as specified in section 69 of 
the Condominium Property Regulation.
The Minister of Service Alberta, Doug Griffiths, approved the Program for Travelers 
Insurance Company of Canada on January 14, 2014.
The Program provides for an indemnity under which Travelers Insurance Company of 
Canada indemnifies the purchaser of a residential unit in respect of the purchase 
money paid by the purchaser to the developer and owing by the developer to the 
purchaser, as a result of the developer failing to complete the construction of the unit, 
the related common property, or both.
Vital Statistics
Notice of Change of Personal Name
(Change of Name Act)
May 1, 2013  
Farrell, Courtney Lynne to Horpestad, Courtney Lynne - 77050 
Semenov, Semen Oleksandrovych to Simeonoff, Sam Alex - 77227 
Semenova, Mariya Gennadiyivna to Simeonoff, Maria - 77228 
Semenov, Michael Albert to Simeonoff, Michael Albert - 77230 
Semenov, David Alex to Simeonoff, David Alex - 77231 
Semenova, Kateryna Semenivna to Simeonoff, Kateryna Simone - 77229 
Mayfield, Frederick to Mayfield - Sparkling Waters, Frederick - 77599
May 2, 2013  
Weeks-Fallis, Kaleigh Alexa to Martin-Fallis, Kaleigh Alexa - 77135 
Searle, Seamus Aodhan to Onaissi, Seamus Aodhan - 77766
May 3, 2013  
Guetre, Brendan Joseph Neil to Doherty, Brendan Joseph Neil - 75266 
Larson, Allissa Dawn to Larson, Allissia Dawn - 75411 
Abdul Saboor, Abdul Sabir to Saboori, Sabir - 75900 
Abdul Fatah, Shamela to Saboori, Shamela - 75901 
Abdul, Rahman to Saboori, Rahman - 75902 
Bebe, Zahra to Saboori, Zahra - 75903 
Loth, Mary Eugenie Albertine to Loth, Albertine Mary Eugenie - 76392 
Kafait, Anus to Cheema, Ans - 76655 
Hinse, Jesse Thomas to Jefferson, Jesse Thomas - 76658 
Hinse, Jordan Laura to Jefferson, Jordan Laura - 76657 
Villarroel, Sebastian David to Ferrer Villarroel, Sebastian David - 76690 
Bittle, Taelor Mae to Wickhorst, Taelor Mae - 76695 
Fissett, Theodore John Joseph MacLean to MacLean-Fissett, Theodore John Joseph - 
76814 
Sonnleitner, Kyle Peter to Highwind, Kyle Roxas - 77027 
Bauer, Andrew Robert to Davidson, Andrew Robert - 77041 
Keobounphan, Kingston to Keo, Andy - 77042 
LaFleur, Chelsea Irene to Fisher, Chelsea Irene - 77104 
Abraham, Efrem to Gebrehiwot, Kidus - 77302 
Valiente, Charlene Alcazar to Woodall, Charlene Valiente - 77320 
Peddie, Jillayne Miriam Dawn to Dyck, Jillayne Miriam Dawn - 77371 
Gebreyesus, Andemariam Tewo to Tewolde, Andat - 77462
May 6, 2013  
Collins, Melody Anne to Big Plume, Melody Anne - 76140 
Tatwawadi, Rucha Pradeep to Mehta, Rucha Tatwawadi - 77045 
Devine, Annette June to Onespot, Annette June - 77184 
Burtch, Paul Anthony to Newman, Paul Scott - 77528 
Bollen, Alex Russell Gilchrist to Gilchrist, Alex Russell Bollen - 77557 
Kisho, Sadike Balaku to Kisho, Jamal Ababa - 77672 
Jamal Malaqui, Fatuma to Ababa, Fatuma Jamal - 77673 
de Kok, Megan Linnea to Mourits, Megan Linnea - 77706 
Garcia, Rhiley Grace to Pandeling Garcia, Rhiley Grace - 77716 
Haile, Tereza Tesfagab to Hagos, Tereza Debesay - 77729
May 7, 2013 
Alejo, Suri to Alejo Lepe, Suri - 76415 
Sirucek, Kelsey Brianna to Rowe, Kelsey Brianna - 76443 
McCollom, Crystal Anne to Kroeker, Crystal Anne - 76444 
Pasini, Albert Ernest to Pasini, Albert Roger - 77733 
Devisser, Tiera Nicole to Devisser, Tierra Nicole - 77743 
Guenther, Makenzie Lynne to Guenther Parks, Makenzie Lynne - 77746
May 8, 2013 
Ohba-Smith, Devin Genki Thomas to Ohba, Devin Genki Thomas - 77940 
Dunn-Cuvilier, Keagan Patrick Robert to Power, Keegan Patrick Dunn - 74048 
Tesfayohanes, Mulugheta Agost to Agostino, Mulugheta Tesfayohanes - 74419 
Umali, Honeybelle Caba to Stork, Honeybelle Cabagua - 75962 
Bad Man, Wilma Rose to Hunt, Wilma Rose - 76197 
Witney, Jesse John Isidore Auger to Christensen, Jesse John - 76449 
Tamang, Leecki Wangmo to Karki, Nikita - 76535 
Girgis, Nancy to Girgis, Helenah Nancy - 76805 
Randall, Glenn Phillip to Randell, Glenn Phillip - 76979 
Kebede, Mekedelawte Haile to Haile, Faith - 76995 
Maxwell, Taylor Jordan to Petrick, Taylor Jordan Maxwell - 77048 
Bilal, Mohammad to Essa Khel, Mohammad Bilal - 77165
May 9, 2013 
Germaine, Taylor Katherine to Dumont, Taylor Katherine - 76664 
Germaine, Jordyn Tj to Dumont, Jordyn Tj - 76665 
Yelich Gailus, Zoe Maya to Yelich, Zoe Maya - 76918 
Musilek, Ivana Dvorakova to Musilek, Iva - 77032 
Galloway, Hayden Nicholas to Power, Hayden Nicholas - 77049 
Maisonneuve, Amanda Rose to Maisonneuve, Maizy Rose - 77055 
Letendre, Dayton Derek to Martens, Dayton Lowell - 77076 
Favel-Cardinal, Paris Eleanor to Cardinal, Paris Eleanor - 77084 
Favel-Cardinal, Nayla Boston to Cardinal, Nayla Boston - 77085 
Brar, Jashandeep to Brar, Jashan Kaur - 77455 
Mire, Mustafa to Mire, Dominic - 77865
May 10, 2013 
Kolegova, Oxana to Matveenko, Oxana - 76212 
Shin, Jae Heok to Shin, Jack Jae Heok - 76450 
Shin, Kyung Hyun to Shin, Sonya Kyung Hyun - 76451 
Li, Yue Tong to Li, Angela - 76607 
Brake, Kylie Lynn to Power, Kylie Lynn - 76715 
Brake, Kristen Abbegale to Power, Kristen Abbegale - 76716 
Colliou, Gabriel Alexander to Bellamy, Gabriel Alexander - 76750 
Milenkovic, Jovan to Milenkovic, John - 77895
May 13, 2013 
Hamilton, Angelika Margarethe Hildegard to Hamilton, Amara Angelika - 77541 
Proudlock, Noah Adam David to Lohman, Noah Adam David - 74103 
Proudlock, Kali Shae-Lynn to Lohman, Kali Shae-Lynn - 74104 
Alimohammad Harandi, Hassan to Shayesteh, San - 76416 
Ngwafuong Mbape Chun, Individual has only one name to Chunkouh, Ngwafuong 
Mbape - 76572 
Craig-Paul, Matthew Stephen to Craig, Matthew Stephen - 76602 
Handley, Lesley-Ann to Craig, Lesley Ann - 76603 
Spurrell, Cassie Marie to Spurrell, Cassie Leigh - 76692 
Harrigan, Olivia Grace to Harrigan-Nicholas, Olivia Grace - 76807 
Niebach, Matteo David to Niebach-Pare, Matteo David - 76845 
Wagenaar, Josh Michael to Russell, Josh Michael - 77783 
Wagenaar, James Ryan to Russell, James Ryan - 77784 
Crow Chief, Michael Noah Jr. to Crow Chief Big Plume, Michael Noah Jr. - 77792 
Crow Chief, Kera Danielle Gloria to Crow Chief Big Plume, Kira Danielle Gloria - 
77793 
Negash, Sennait to Gebreyohannes, Sennait Negash - 77798 
Saulteaux, Joshua Robert to Walker, Joshua Robert - 77806 
Nahanee, Davidgregory Chaloner Hovey to Tompkins, Davidgregory Louis Hovey - 
77820 
Nahanee, Oraia Vera-Jean Tompkins to Tompkins, Oraia Vera-Jean Pamela - 77819 
Jinoy, Reshma Rose to Kannampilly, Reshma Rose Jinoy - 77834 
Abraham, Bonn Jinoy to Kannampilly, Bonn Abraham Jinoy - 77835 
Elvis, Johaan Jinoy to Kannampilly, Johaan Elvis Jinoy - 77836 
Sarmad, Mustafa to Shawqi, Mustafa - 77842 
Sarmad, Sale to Shawqi, Sally - 77841 
Chambers, Joseph Jason to Brink, Jason Joseph - 77882
May 14, 2013 
Best, Zachary Simeon Thomas to Mardon, Zachary McQueen Simeon - 76253 
Jiang, De Tian to Jiang, Yi Heng - 77450
May 15, 2013 
Biggar, Aislyn Elizabeth to Needham, Aislyn Elizabeth - 77133 
Stavropoulos, Angela Beth Anastacia to Ford, Angela Beth - 77174 
Jordan-Dunn, Jenna Marie to Dunn, Genevieve Marie - 77488 
Chambers, Brooklyn Jade to King-Chambers, Brooklyn Jade - 77548 
Toma, Ioan to Toma, John - 77770
May 16, 2013 
Hamm, Lowes Jean to Hamm, Lois Jean - 76991
May 17, 2013 
Hao, Yi Jia to Hao, Teresa Yi Jia - 76739 
Kendell, Blaine Kelly to Decoine, Blaine Kelly - 76885 
Mercer, Kristopher Kaden to Hawkins, Kristopher Kaden - 76921 
Bliznyczenko, Wladimir to Bliznicenko, Walter - 76940 
Thompson, Aaron Terrance to Taylor, Erin Lana - 77090 
Narang, Rakshit to Narang, Rakesh - 77102 
Cox, Rebecca Joan to Vinova, Rebecca - 77111 
Bergquist, Michael David to Newman, Michael David - 77113 
Reid, Grace Virginia Leah Anne Phillips to Phillips, Grace Virginia Leah Anne - 
77114 
Reid, Noah Maximus Alexander to Phillips, Noah Maximus Alexander - 77115 
Reid, Chloe Serafina Grace to Phillips, Chloe Serafina Grace - 77116 
Do, Jessica to Xuan, Truc Chi - 77117 
Kattiparambil Joseph, John Jofin to Jofin, John - 77127 
Chakkalaparambil Rap, Simmy to Jofin, Simmy - 77128 
Sheikh, Rafai Ali to Ali, Abdul Rafai - 77154 
Nekmohammad, Mohammad Monir to Omerzai, Monir - 77157 
Martin, Karen Tammy to Marten, Karen Tammy - 77158 
Zawislake, Anthony Xavier to Whiting, Anthony Xavier - 77167 
Meyn, Conall Liam Kyle to Whiting, Conall Liam - 77168 
El Fetiany, Ahmed Morsy Ahm to Elfetiany, Ahmed Morsy - 77175 
El Fetiany, Kenzy Ahmed Morsy to Elfetiany, Kenzy A Morsy - 77176 
Asadollah Monfared, Alireza to Monfared, Alireza - 77188 
Ofuya, Ayonmi Adelopo to Ayon, Ayonmi Adelopo - 77191 
Ofuya, Eberechukwu Stella to Ayon, Eberechukwu Stella - 77192 
Ofuya, Mieye Olurogba Onyedikachi to Ayon, Michael Onyedikachi - 77193 
Ofuya, Oluwapelumi Kenechukwu to Ayon, John Kenechukwu - 77194 
Ofuya, Oreoluwa Chiagoziem Prieye to Ayon, David Chiagoziem - 77195 
Ackerman, Taytum Keeley to Ackerman Stuber, Taytum Keeley - 77208 
Tremblay, Kamilya to Repper, Kamilya - 77211 
Fehr, Valeria M to Giesbrecht, Valeria M - 77226 
Farajalla, David Patrick to Kazimiro, David Patrick - 77620 
Bourgeois, Lorette Diane to Bourgeois, Laurette Diane - 77851 
Deol, Gurdip Singh to Deol, Gurdeep Singh - 77888
May 22, 2013 
Poettcker, Brianna Faith to Voss, Brianna Faith - 77108 
Soucie, Dane Ray to Haggarty, Dane Ray - 77140 
Jonko Dabrowski, Jack Christopher to Jonko, Christopher Thomas - 77238 
Trentham, Brandi Therese Marie to Trentham, Dani-Lynn Brandi Therese Marie - 
77250 
Koliaska, Michaela Rae to Koliaska, Taeya Rae - 77252 
Arychuk, Jeff William to Arychuk, Evelot Vanessa - 77259 
Power, Nicolas David to Hample, Nicolas David - 77266 
Todd, Matthew James to Moonshadow, Kain Kieran Demise - 77277 
Smykalski, Jamil Mohamed to Aden, Jamil Mohamed - 77285 
Johnston, Patrick Trevor to Johnston, Trevor Arthur - 77991
May 23, 2013 
Donat, Brenton Michael to Donamo, Brenton Michael - 77169 
Watmough, Sabrina Pearl Yolande to Donamo, Sabrina Pearl Yolande - 77170 
Kim, Xenia to Kim, Ksenia - 77289 
Laderoute, Milanna to Laderoute-Ear, Milanna - 77652
May 24, 2013 
Holzbauer, Cora Rae to Douglas, Cora Rae - 77235
May 28, 2013 
Szumilas, Zayn to Kronfol, Zayn Austin Riad - 77355 
Clair, Avi to Gill, Avi - 77374 
Sadiku, Mufutau Oluwase to Sadiku, Akintona Mufutau - 77375 
Palamarciuc, Andrei to Palamarchuk, Andrey - 77748 
Berg, Benjamin Patrick Micheal to Flanagan, Benjamin Patrick Micheal - 77891 
Diggs, Joshua Floyd to Burke, Joshua Floyd - 77967 
Shanku, John Mathew to Germamie, John Mathew - 77969 
Dhaliwal, Harleen Singh to Singh, Harleen - 77972 
Dhaliwal, Bhableen Kaur to Kaur, Bhavleen - 77971 
Egan, Garnett William to Sloan, Garnett William - 77979 
Malagon, Jaime Armando to Malagon, Jaime - 78000 
Mantai, Nathanial Dexter to Montei, Nathaniel De Antonio - 78001 
Prouty, Kennedy Lisa-Lynn to MacKenzie, Kennedy Lisa-Lynn - 78010 
Krawczuk, Layne Andrew Lucas to Pedersen, Layne Jason Samuel - 78019 
Orr, Richard Arthur to Orr, Karen Ruby - 78021 
Ronnie, David Odin to Kether, David Odin - 78037 
Witt, Kayla Christine to Herbert, Kayla Christine - 78043 
Meguinis, Megan Ray to Two Guns, Megan Ray - 78054 
McGuiness, Christopher Harold Matthew to Two Guns, Christopher Harold - 78055 
McGuiness, Jimmy Roth to Two Guns, James Roth - 78060 
Mercier, Marnnie Rayann to Mercier, Marnie Rayann - 78069
May 29, 2013 
Zigler, Christian to Koch, Christian Karl - 76008 
Schultz, Mildred May to Schultz, Millie May - 76117 
Medal, Leyla Isabel to Medal, Taylor Ashton - 76233 
Obeid, Jade to Haeffely, Jad - 76639 
Courtoreille, Dalton Raymond to Flett, Dalton Raymond - 76687 
Hansen, Brady Scott to Berube, Brady Hector - 77009 
Copeland, Meeca Lee to Guenther, Meeca Madelyn - 77255 
Elliott, Angel Marie to Guenther, Angel Gracelyn - 77256 
Wong-Lim, Aviena to Wong, Aviena Madeline Wei Ci - 77287 
Provincial, Jessie Leona Noel to Mealey, Jessie Leona Noel - 77324 
Bearchell, Troy David Allen to Bell, Troy David Allen - 77332 
Corbett, Shawna-Rae to Vollrath, Shawna-Rae - 77333 
Reeve, Emma Alexandra to Thompson, Emma Alexandra - 77337 
Vanderburg, Ryan Scott Ernest to Vanderburg, Ryan Scott - 77376 
Muhlbradt, Taylor-Lynn to Muhlbradt-Cameron, Taylor-Lynn - 77383 
Marsh, Dominic Curtis to Gourlay, Dominic William Curtis - 77386 
Law, Amelia Elizabeth to Law, Elias Sebastian - 77390 
Turner, Trevallian Dwight Aidan to Crossie, Aidan Trevallian Dwight - 77431 
Turner, Kian Allen James to Crossie, Kian Allen James - 77432 
Turner, Siobhan Stevie-Lynne to Crossie, Siobhan Stevie-Lynne - 77430 
Magensen, Alexandria Ella Grace to Crossie, Ella Grace Alexandria - 77433 
Johnson, Joshua Tyler to Cram, Joshua Tyler Johnson - 77550 
Kuefler, Chase Nicholas Paul to Kuefler, Jason Nicholas - 77789 
Irving, Robin Renee to Allen, Robin Renee - 77913
May 30, 2013 
Kamrowski, Grzegorz Roman to Kamrowski, Greg - 77322 
Kamrowska, Beata to Kamrowski, Beata - 77323
May 31, 2013 
Stebner, Erin Michelle to Degelman, Erin Stebner - 73727 
Sproule, Kamrynn A.V. to Rollison, Kamrynn Anne Victoria - 74643 
Kamal, Leenaza Nachia to Rasheed, Leenaza Nachia - 74677 
Lubala, Faida Laurence to Mageza, Faida Laurence - 74977 
Lichuk, Clinton Peter to Roberts, Clinton Peter - 76078 
Baynham, Aspen Janine to Borrebach, Aspen Janine - 76618 
Colichio, Nicholas to Colicchio, Nicholas - 76676 
Perry, Ira Hubert to Perry, Ira Hubert Frazer - 76697 
Tran, Jens to Tran, Jensen - 76853 
Shauer, Liam Brent to Marcer, Liam Brent - 76860 
McCaig, Cassandra Pauline to Brown, Cassandra Pauline - 76877 
Hebner, Chloe Emma Lynne to McRae, Chloe Emma Lynne - 77096 
Torvalson, Alysha Erin to McGale, Alysha Erin - 77099 
Toms, Desideria Kennedi Raimundo to Toms-Raimundo, Desideria Kennedi - 77311 
Adan Guled, Abdikarim to Ahmed, Abdikarim Warsame - 77316 
Adan, Mohamedkadar Abdikarim to Warsame, Mohamedkadar Abdikarim - 77317 
Adan, Ali Abdikarim to Warsame, Ali Abdikarim - 77319 
Adan, Kadija Abdikarim to Warsame, Kadija Abdikarim - 77318 
Ewtushewski, Alexander to Evtushevski, Alexander - 77353 
Grove, Lloyd Helmer to Lee, Spencer Allen - 77438 
Strbad, Adam Jeffrey to Mazzotta, Adam Jeffrey - 77442 
Malley, Shawn Michael Graham to Lukacsy, Shawn Michael Endre - 77446 
Miller, Katie Anne-Marie to Miller, Arkatyiis Anne-Marie - 77461 
Buller, Gibson Tobias Unruh to Buller Herman, Gibson Tobias Unruh - 77464 
Jeans, Caleb Charles Boyd to Moxham, Caleb Charles Boyd - 77466 
Holmberg, Colton Landen Charles to Moxham, Colton Landen Charles - 77467 
Tan, Janine Tan to Tan, Janine - 77469 
Du, Sizhe to Du, Jack Sizhe - 77471 
Prince, Trevis Morgan Ryan Lawrence to Szutarski Prince, Trevis Morgan Ryan 
Lawrence - 77473 
Corrigan, Alexandria Tessa Tchir to Tchir-Corrigan, Alexandria Tessa - 77601 
Corrigan, Veronica Grace Tchir to Tchir-Corrigan, Veronica Grace - 77602 
Dick, Allyson Leigh to Dueck, Allyson Leigh - 77656 
Dong, Joanne Yee Lea to Dong, Joanne Yee Li - 77658 
Toews, Nicole Christine to Galloway, Nikole Christine - 77744 
Davis, Clayton Darrel to Davis, Darrel - 77764 
Forbes, Grayson Daniel to Pawlenchuk, Grayson Daniel - 77774 
Forbes, Carson John Russell to Pawlenchuk, Carson John Russell - 77776 
Forbes, Mikayla Gail to Pawlenchuk, Mikayla Gail - 77773 
Forbes, Miranda Katheryn to Pawlenchuk, Miranda Katheryn - 77775 
Olson, Jocelyn Ann to Smith, Jocelyn Ann - 77797 
Liu, Shun Nan to Liu, Ray - 77922 
Walker, Lesley Ann to Walker, Brooklyn Rose - 78049 
Kuol Deng, Abraham Deng Ku to Kuol, Deng - 78071 
Mawien, Mawien Kual to Kual, Joseph Mawien - 78079 
Martishuk, Alexander Gregory to Myers, Alexander Gregory - 78081 
Moffett, Jermain Fandi Achmed to Jodiwongso, Jermain Fandi Achmed - 78113 
Hehemeku, Patrick Cudjo to Hems, Patrick Hehemeku Cudjoe - 78124 
Hehemeku, Mike to Hems, Michael Hehemeku Kwame - 78125
_______________
June 3, 2013 
Zhang, Tianyang to Xiao, Steve Ty - 76199 
Cheung, Ho Wai to Cheung, Louis Ho Wai - 76854 
Derkach, Cohen James to Andreasen, Cohen James Tebo - 76893 
Chung, Wah Duc to Chung, Anthony Wah Tak - 76941 
Nowak, Luca Honor Lars to Petrucci, Luca Honor Lars - 76955 
Gould, Gabrielle Rose to Olexan, Gabby Rose - 76970 
LaMarre, Chad Paul Edward to Saftner, Chad Paul Edward - 77007 
Del Gallego-Ycaro, Jaelani Robert Oscar to Del Gallego, Jaelani Robert - 77067 
Raven, Brianna Dianne to Coleman, Brianna Dianne - 77073 
Currie, Myra Dawn to Coleman, Myra Dawn - 77074 
Hajimohammadibaroogh, Mohammadreza to Haji-Mohamadi, Reza - 78151
June 4, 2013 
Mohammed Hussein, Hassan S Mohamm to Mamalachi, Hassan - 76846 
Samer, Ali Hassan S to Mamalachi, Ali - 76847 
Samer, Raneen Hassan S to Mamalachi, Raneen - 76848 
O'Brien, Laura Elizabeth to O'Brien, Gabriel Laurie - 76987 
Fruncillo, Tony C. to Fruncillo, Carmine - 76993 
Fadeyeva, Yuliya to Mussin, Julia - 77008 
Rivas Delgado, Gonzalo Xavier to Rivas, Xavier Gonzalo - 77023 
John, Shijy to John, Steven - 77061 
Plante, Sebastien to Pelletier, Sebastien Pierre - 77156 
Nahajowicz, Terence Lee to Nahajowich, Terence Lee - 77173 
Godwin, Hebbic to Hebbic, Godwin - 77180 
Divya Godwin, Individual has only one name to Hebbic, Divya - 77181 
Williams, Maliq Kaleel to Williams-Matthews, Maliq Kaleel - 77190 
Fraser, Taylor Rae to Donald-Fraser, Taylor Rae - 77202 
Nelson, Ashley Ann to Marshall, Ashley Ann - 77268 
Mosher, Tristan James to Vanberg, Tristan James - 77393 
Li, Zhi to Lee, Zayer - 77398 
Mohebbi Pour Damabi, Lara to Damabi, Lara - 77399 
Badiyan-Eyford, Justin Badi to Eyford, Justin Badiyan - 77401 
Badiyan-Eyford, Grayson Brock to Eyford, Grayson Brock - 77402 
Hohlbein, Nicholas Xavier to Byers, Nicholas Xavier - 77405 
Rigsby, Keith Daniel to Nightangel, Kraven Gothic - 77412 
Visram, Raissa to Sayani, Raissa - 77418 
Perazzo, Carlos Hector David to Perazzo, Hector David Carlos - 77419 
Tesfa, Immanuel to Abraham, Immanuel - 77421 
Linda Nduo, Ngomesia to Ngomesia, Linda Nduo - 77423 
Braun, Lynae Patricia Ann to Marsh, Lynae Patricia Ann - 77486 
Chowace, Savannah Marie to Chowace-Moore, Vincent Samuel - 77492 
Thorsten, Ann Janine to Thorsten, Aaron James - 77495 
Lippert-Sibrian, Kamilo Manuel to Sibrian, Kamilo Manuel - 77513 
Spracklin, Aaron Mitchell Naundorf to Naundorf, Aaron Mitchell Rudy - 77517 
Li, Wen to Lee, Wendy - 77525 
Feng, Xiao He to Feng, Peter - 77526 
Kabato Kessa, Tibeso to Kessa, Tibeso Kabato - 77544 
Todyruik-Brady, Cohen Quinn to Todyruik, Cohen Quinn - 77553 
Helm, Cyrus Raymond Michael to Jarema, Cyrus Stephan Michel - 78078 
MacEachern, Caleb Angus Craig to Fowler, Caleb Robert - 78086
June 5, 2013 
Oserud, Elenore Karin Beate to Oserud, Eleanor Karin Beathe - 78189
June 10, 2013 
Woloschuck, David William to Andersen, David William - 76837 
Blanchard, James Morgan to Moore, James John - 76863 
Aley, Raya-Mae Tess to Adams-Aley, Raya-Mae Tess - 77080 
Malone, Dakota David to Daigle, Dakota David - 77153 
Mitchell, Keagan Joseph to Eckel, Keagan Joseph - 77365 
Nicholson, Jeremy Neils to Nicholson, Jeremy Thomas - 77425 
Bang, Heng Phuc to Bang, Jacinta - 77437 
Macri, Stefano to Macri, Steve - 77521 
Boone, Michael Thomas to Bennett, Michael Thomas - 77538 
Ritchot, Alyshia Septembre to Elzenaar, Ally Septembre - 77542 
Desjarlais, Cashton Darrell to Mulligan, Cashtin Darrel Roger - 77555 
Sheikh Ali Abucar, Abdullahi Saad to Ahmed, Abdullah Saad - 77561 
Munir, Nashwan to Safar, Nashwan - 77562 
Henderson, Kenneth Edward to Ward, Kenneth Henderson - 77567 
Webber, Chelsea Daneil to Sargeant, Chelsea Daneil - 77579 
Martineau-Veidt, Alyssa Lynn to Veidt, Alyssa Lynn - 77583 
Gunter, Raymond William to Lamontagne, Raymond William - 77588 
Kruse, Jacqueline Carol to Durban, Jacqueline Carol - 77603 
Lan, Yueh Chen to Lan, Wendy Yueh-Chen - 77621 
Sinclair, Justin Joseph Wilson to Harden, Justin Joseph Wilson - 77625 
Sunley, Monica Philomena to Leppard, Sollena Tayler - 77626 
Dancause, Marie Diana Louise to Dancause, Louise Diana - 77628 
Petrachuk, John to Petrashuyk, Johnny Normand - 77629 
Sahar, Abraham to Sahar, Ali Ibrahim - 77636 
Boguski, Jenna-Leigh Autumn to Richard-Boguski, Jenna-Leigh Autumn - 77644 
Fetensa, Desta Fufa to Fetensa, Naol Gidon - 77649 
Fraser, Danielle Natasha Marie to Fraser, Danielle Natasha Marie Kjaer - 77655 
Edwards, Jesus John Randall to Edwards, John Randall - 77657 
Cuff Cox, Monty Ray to Cuff, Monty Ray - 77661 
Shi, Maide to Shi, Mida - 77683 
Morris, Tracie Lynne to Hanmer, Tracy-Lynne - 77687 
Morris, Tristen Owen Everett to Durell, Tristen Owen Everett - 77694 
Morris, Keagan William to Durell, Keagan William - 77695 
Morris, Rylan Keasten-Mandel to Durell, Rylan Keasten-Mandel - 77696 
Kwon, Soonhwan to Kwon, Aubin Soonhwan - 77704 
Cat, Albert Auguste to Beaver, August Albert - 77707 
Iwuagwu, Michael Ikechuk to Ikechukwu, Michael Chukwuma - 78095 
Onwu, Patricia Ifeoma to Ikechukwu, Patricia Ifeoma - 78096 
Onwu, Bradley Ogochukwu to Ikechukwu, Bradley Ogochukwu - 78098 
Iwuagwu, Cherish Ifeomachukwu to Ikechukwu, Cherish Ifeomachukwu - 78097 
Bogatko, Leonard Jamess to Bogatko, Leonard James - 78103 
Xie, Yuanyuan to Bealing, Yuan Xie - 78110 
Workman, Chad Dillon Jonah to Chase, Chad Dillon - 78196 
Stetten, Anna Elisabeth to Von Stetten, Anna Elisabeth - 78197
June 11, 2013 
Hoeft, Bonnie Jean to Hoeft, Jean Marie - 77047
June 12, 2013 
Whittaker, Brandon James to Dostaler, Brandon James - 74596 
Whittaker, Dylan Dean to Dostaler, Dylan Dean - 74597 
Chen, Li to Chen, Lee - 76688 
Munro, Lauretta Anne to Munro, Robin Anne - 76978 
Adamson, Stephen Blair to Adams, Steven Blair - 77209 
Arbelaez Bustillo, Henry Alfonso to Stanley, Joshua - 77219 
Swampillai, Paul Janahan to Joseph, Paul Janahan - 77258 
Bulawin, Debbie Condrado to Bulawin, Debbie Caballo - 77307 
Milley, Donna Diedra Helen to Milley, Deidre Donna Helen - 77321 
Lee, Kui San to Lee, Louis Kui - 77443 
Lim, Guat Mui to Lim, Alisia Guat Mui - 77444 
Lee, Chin Sern to Lee, Bernie Chin Sern - 77445 
Aylward, Lauren Anne to Wallace, Lauren Anne - 77511 
Noori, Bahara to Stanikzai, Bahara - 77663 
Krook, Harm Jaap to Krook, Harm Jaap Ryan - 77713 
Johnson, Leanne to Johnson, Karrie Lynn - 77714 
Dougherty, Erin Sonia Shaw Creegan to Creegan-Dougherty, Erin Sonia Shaw - 
77717 
Ramstad, Cory Raymond to Marshall, Cory Raymond - 77735 
Courtorielle, Elizabeth Marie to Courtorielle, Elizabeth Biddy Marie - 77742 
Moulds, Kristin Ann Dawn to Kersch, Kristin Ann Dawn - 77747 
Ralen, Sana to Ralen, Shanaya - 77758 
Whiteford, Beigha Vita to Vass, Beigha Vita - 77800 
Luu, Grand Ny to Lau, Simon - 77810 
Huberdeau, Rylie Joan to Ferguson, Rylie Joan - 77814 
Taylor-Jureidini, Genesis Clova-Fay to Jureidini, Genesis Clova-Fay - 77816 
Melo, Ayden Alexander to Maitland-Melo, Ayden Alexander - 77848 
Messner, Camryn Aislin to Crittall-Messner, Camryn Aislin - 77850 
Barak, Aref Gulam to Barak, Mohammed Aref - 77855
June 17, 2013 
Roberts, Alain Maurice to Robert, Alain Maurice - 73568 
Dasanayaka, Lithumi Linesa to Hiti Bandaralage, Lithumi Linesa - 76080 
Dela Cruz, Xavier Andrew F to Dela Cruz, Nickee - 76596 
Melo, Austin Jeryd Matthew to Miller, Austin Jeryd Matthew - 76924 
Weldemiceal, Rhodas Mussie Tekle to Tekle, Rhodas Mussie - 76966 
Johnson, Ryder Keagan to Golany, Ryder Keagan - 77031 
Winick, Carter Malcolm to Buller, Carter Malcolm - 77054 
Peters, Anthony Ty James to Anderson, Tony Ty Todd - 77126 
Brottes, Alysha Bryanna to Boguski-Brottes, Alysha Bryanna - 77131 
Plante, Melanie Marie-Carole to Pelletier, Melanie Marie-Carole - 77171 
Begg, Meghan Taylor to O'Shea, Meghan Taylor - 77246 
Millar, Cody Wayne to Dennis, Cody Blair - 77260 
Hill, Joy Marie to Robertson, Elin Ciara - 77264 
Rahman, Hafiz Shafique Ur to Rahman, Shafique Ur - 77359 
Dalir Abdinia, Ali to Dalir, Ali - 77406 
Sarafraz Esfandabadi, Maryam to Sarafraz, Maryam - 77407 
Braun, Jeffrey Thomas to Ritchey, Jeffrey Thomas - 77409 
Haybe, Ardo Mahamud to Haybe, Fadumo Mahamud - 77448 
Sauvageau, Hope Dawn-Marie to McDonald, Hope Dawn-Marie - 77664 
Lavigueur, Alisha Carole to Marston, Alisha Faith - 77668 
Bati, Sori Duguma to Bati, Moses Gudata - 77669 
Say Song Kham, Jesse to Randolph, Jesse Louangsy - 77768 
Ironside, James Russell Calvin to Wakelim, James Russell Calvin - 77769 
Moet, Lori Mae to Moet, Sydney Lori Mae - 77778 
Massara, Najeeb to Massara, Najeeb Joey - 77780 
Pohl, Gary Henry to Pohl, Garry Henry - 77781 
Forsyth, Cody-Jerrod Karl Alexander to Forsyth, Rayne Karl Alexander - 77786 
Desserud, Wendy Jane to Desserud, Wynn - 77787 
Marasse, Cody Colin John Reichel to Gottselig, Cody Colin John Reichel - 77790 
Van Slyke, Christopher Skippy to Stoklosa, Christopher Skippy - 77817 
Todd, Mikayla Maxine Grace to Barron, Mikayla Maxine Grace - 77828 
Apooch, Jayshree Isaiha Joel to Apooch, Jay Isaiha Joel - 77832 
Falle, Brennen Alexander to Elias-Falle, Brennen Alexander - 77853 
Sehn, Alyssa Lee to Elias-Sehn, Alyssa Lee - 77854 
MoeskopsSimms, Benjamin Cole to Simms, Benjamin Cole - 77925 
Ferguson, Carol Ann Charlotte to Stevens, Carol Ann Charlotte - 77985 
Roach, Thomas Rota to Rota, Thomas Francesco - 77995 
Kazimero, Emmanuel Patric to Kazimiro, Emmanuel Patrick - 78044 
Wabasca, Kelly Vincent Lawrence to Arbour, Kelly Vincent - 78089 
Dhillon, Fateh Partap Singh to Aulakh, Fateh Partap Singh - 78106 
Kaur, Mehtaab to Aulakh, Mehtaab - 78105
June 18, 2013 
Archibald, Ryan Payton to Imeson, Ryan Payton - 77094 
Horn, Olga to Horn, Lola - 77234 
Dong, Xilai to Seymour, Ender - 77263 
Pierzchajlo, Margaret Ann to Pierzchajlo, Megan Ann - 77269 
Acejo, Youie Cassandra to Ayudan, Youie Cassandra - 77861 
Small-Buffalo, Jayzl Jaryess Iverson George to Small, Jayzl Jaryess - 77863 
Small Buffalo, Jayde Patience to Small, Jayde Patience - 77864 
Maynard, Gertrude to Maynard, Trudy - 77868 
Lysak, Dustin James to DeWitt, Dustin James - 77869 
Loewen, Abraham James William to Melnyk, Abraham James William - 77872 
Sehgal, Lavpreet Kaur to Brar, Vanessa Kaur - 77873 
Martinez, Emelda Estela to Okeke, Emelda Estela - 77878 
Law, Ethan Justin to Pongar, Ethan Justin - 77881 
McPherson, Skye Mackenzie to Bricker, Skye Mackenzie - 77886 
McPherson, Silver Meadow to Bricker, Silver Meadow - 77887 
Newsham, Delphene Loretta to Newsham, Del Lori - 78233 
Vincent, Richardson to Aidoo, Richardson Nana Quame Egyir Odehyebiba - 78239 
Van Nieuwkerk, Christina Diane to Miller, Christina Diane - 78240 
van Nieuwkerk, Bergen Tyler to Miller, Bergen Tyler - 78241
June 19, 2013 
Bear, Marcella Tonya to Veltkamp, Marcella Tonya Bear - 73608 
Bear, Samantha Lynn to Veltkamp, Samantha Lynn Bear - 73609
June 20, 2013 
Clarke, Barbara Dee to Shifren, Rachel - 77893 
Kaur, Harpreet to Grewal, Harpreet Kaur - 77894 
Dion, Shayne David to Gervais, Shayne David - 77903 
Franke, Corey Allan to Sanmartin, Corey Allan - 77905 
Schlamp, Martin William Lawrence to Ross, Martin Lawrence - 77906 
Jassat, Avzil to Alimahomed, Avzil - 77932 
Wilson, Joanna Michelle Nemeth to Nemeth, Joanna Michelle - 77946 
Mayom, Joseph Ayuen to Mac, Hakim Bol - 77948 
Nykulaik, Michael James to Near, Michael James - 78375
June 21, 2013 
Wilson, Daylen Sean to Stoller, Daylen Sean - 77666 
Brown, Orlinda to Brown, Linda Marlene - 77919 
Regan, Quinn Emily to Gariepy-Regan, Quinn Emily - 77936
June 24, 2013 
Enstrom, Erik Richard to Killam Enstrom, Erik Richard - 77313 
Enstrom, Brady Killam to Killam Enstrom, Brady Frank - 77314 
Enstrom, Sawyer MacDougall to Killam Enstrom, Sawyer MacDougall - 77315 
Sakai, Sunfu to Lee, Eddie - 77328 
Belisle, Laurisa Micheline Mary to Belisle, Skylar Denis David Michel - 77929 
Scott-Morrice, Mercedes Christina to Scott, Mercedes Christina - 77942 
Scott-Morrice, Sunshine Rose to Scott, Sunshine Rose - 77943 
Mojzisikova, Ashton to Mojzisik-Cormier, Ashton James - 78195 
Hanna, Maren Elizabeth to Loveseth, Maren Elizabeth Hanna - 78217 
Bruce, Elissa Colleen to Ashab Yamin, Elissa Colleen - 78238 
McMaster, Hennessy Jody Dakota Thunder to Desjarlais, Hennessy Jody Dakota 
Thunder - 78261 
Lavallee, Marie Angele Gabrielle to Lavallee, Angela Gabrielle - 78272
June 26, 2013 
Pana, Andreea to Catana, Andreea - 76578 
Singh, Gurpreet to Randhawa, Gurpreet Singh - 76799 
Mangat, Rakinder to Randhawa, Rakinder Kaur - 76800 
Singh, Arvin to Randhawa, Arvin - 76801 
Khachaturov, Artyom to Goldin, Allen Artem - 76881 
Borodatska, Viktoriya Rodionivna to Stewart, Victoria - 77019 
Lam, Man Ying to Larm, George Man Ying - 77954 
Park, Jaejoong to Park, Jonathan - 77965 
Humphreys, Florina-Georgiana to Humphreys, Hanna Georgetta - 77974 
Zander, Jonathan Luke to Wiebe, Jonathan Luke - 77977 
Stearns, Darlene Ann to Thiessen, Darlene Ann - 77990 
Bellmore, Graydon Bruce to Larson, Graydon Bruce - 77993 
Donohue-Hunter, Stephani Lyn to Donohue, Stevi Lyn - 77994 
Recsky Aucion, Casey Alaina to Recsky-Aucoin, Casey Alaina - 77998 
Duncan, Garry-Glen to Duncan, Garry Glen - 78003 
Hossain, Mirza Tanzim to Mirza, Tanzim Hossain - 78012 
Hossain, Mirza Tahmid to Mirza, Tahmid Hossain - 78013 
Kamel, Nicole Tamer Ez to Basilious, Nicole Tamer - 78027 
Toppe, Chantel Leigh to Luterbach, Chantel Leigh - 78028 
Koenig, Jesse Aaron to Kreis, Jesse Aaron - 78032 
Ghumman, Michal Aamir to Ghumman, Mishal - 78036 
Willett, Dallas Jean to Callahan, Dallas Jean - 78042 
Moore, Jared Dwight Welisch to Moore, Jaden D. Welisch - 78050
June 27, 2013 
Lush, Chesley Duane to Drover, Jack Chesley Duane - 77369 
Kini, Alevoor Nirmit to Kini, Nirmit - 77960 
Zaman, Mohammad Alif Uz to Zaman, Alif - 77961 
Shoniwa, Shungurudza to Shoniwa, Shalom Angelica - 77962 
Hehemeku, Juliet Esenam to Hems, Juliet Hehemeku Esenam - 78126
Treasury Board and Finance
Insurance Notice
(Insurance Act)
Effective December 23, 2013, Household Life Insurance Company changed their 
name to Pavonia Life Insurance Company of Michigan.
Laurie Balfour 
Superintendent of Insurance.
_______________
Notice is hereby given that CMFG Life Insurance Company withdrew their 
insurance license to transact insurance pursuant to section 31 of the Insurance Act.
Effective December 10, 2013
Laurie Balfour 
Acting Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.
_______________
Notice is hereby given that Canadian Union Insurance Company (L'Union 
Canadianne Compagnie) withdrew their insurance license to transact insurance 
pursuant to section 31 of the Insurance Act.
Effective January 1, 2014
Laurie Balfour 
Acting Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.
Notice is hereby given that Fidelity National Title Insurance Company withdrew 
their insurance license to transact insurance pursuant to section 31 of the Insurance 
Act.
Effective December 20, 2013
Laurie Balfour 
Acting Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.
ADVERTISEMENTS
Notice of the Meeting of the Creditors
CSL Charitable Foundation
(Companies Act)
To all creditors of CSL Charitable Foundation
CSL Charitable Foundation is in the process of winding up in accordance with Part 10 
(Division 5) of the Companies Act (Alberta).  Take notice that a meeting of the 
creditors of CSL Charitable Foundation will be held on March 12th, 2014, 
commencing at 9:00 AM at 1020 - 64th Avenue NE, Calgary, Alberta T2E 7V8 to 
discuss any issues surrounding the voluntary winding up of the foundation with the 
liquidator.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on January 31, 2014.
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP, solicitors for CSL Charitable Foundation.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
City of Camrose
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the City of Camrose will offer for sale, by public auction, at Mirror Lake Centre 5415 
- 49 Ave., Camrose, Alberta, on Thursday, April 10, 2014, at 10:00 a.m., the 
following lands:
C. of T. Number
Plan
Block
Lot
072417187
7200U
5
2
972149704
9220893

Unit 4
972149708
9220893

Unit 8
Each parcel offered for sale will be subject to a reserve bid, and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the City of 
Camrose makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the ability to 
develop the subject land for any intended use by the purchaser.   No bid will be 
accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of any 
parcel.  No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified 
by the City.
The City of Camrose may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land that is not sold at the public auction.
Terms:  Cash, Bank Draft or Certified Cheque.  A 10% deposit is payable upon the 
acceptance of the bid at public auction.  The balance of the accepted bid is due by 
April 24, 2014 or the deposit will be forfeited and the City will consider the next bid.
GST may apply on lands sold at the public auction.
Redemption may be affected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Camrose, Alberta, January 30, 2014.
Diane Urkow, General Manager, Financial Services.
______________
City of Lethbridge
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the City of Lethbridge will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Magrath Room 
(Room 135) on the main floor of City Hall, 910 4 Avenue South, Lethbridge, Alberta, 
on Thursday, April 10, 2014, at 11:00 a.m., the following lands:
Plan
Block
Lot/Unit
6127JK
5
S 40 ft throughout lot 8
7910617
7
Lot 1 exc the NW 15.84 m in perpendicular width of said lot
9610929
5
18B
0614257
16
78
0413932
1
15
4353S
31
14-16
6074Y

S 19 ft of lot 7 and N 25 ft of lot 8
3698HS
4
E 58 ft in perpendicular width throughout lot 11
50GM
16
15
5236Y

W 7 1/2 ft of lot 16 all of lot 17 E 10 ft of lot 18
0414578
11
20
0312479
16
86
9111906
9
101
0312931
3
10
0714402
6
104
7710684
22
21
8910436
31B
14
0411279

53
0511605

6
7910001
5
3
7711628
34A
lot 24 exc thereout plan 8711532 .007 acres (walkway)
9912154
11
12
0714443
6
70
9611637
7
104
9611637
7
106
0312988
13
163
0514137
1
56
0613894
1
30
6212GP
3
43
6995HA
3
9
4941AA

9-11
2896IB
4
9
625C
C
7,8
5347FV

W 19 ft in perpendicular width throughout lot 34 and E 18 ft 
in perpendicular width throughout lot 35 exc ptn for road on 
plan 8411207
7224FK

9
5347FV

21
0411665
2
64
8711306

20
6489Y
3
11
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The City of Lethbridge may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash
Redemption may be affected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, February 15, 2014.
Stan Dilworth, Assessment and Taxation Manager.
______________
Town of Coalhurst
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Coalhurst will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council Chambers, 
Town Administration Building, located at 100 - 51 Avenue, Coalhurst, Alberta, on 
Monday, March 31, 2014, at 10:00 a.m., the following land:
Lot
Block
Plan
3
6
0714608
The parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the Town of 
Coalhurst makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession or 
the developability of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.
No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to 
the sale of any parcel.  No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than 
those specified by the Town of Coalhurst.  No further information is available at the 
auction regarding the lands to be sold.
The Town of Coalhurst may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: 10% deposit by way of cash, bank draft or certified cheque, made payable to 
the Town of Coalhurst, on date of public auction, with final payment to be received 
within 30 days, by bank draft or certified cheque, made payable to the Town of 
Coalhurst.  Failure to pay the balance within the specified time will result in the 
forfeit of the deposit and the Town will consider the next bid.  The above property 
may be subject to G.S.T.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Coalhurst, Alberta, January 28, 2014.
R.K. Hauta, Chief Administrative Officer.
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Town of Mundare
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Mundare will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council Chambers, 
5128 - 50 Street, Mundare, Alberta, on Monday, March 31, 2014, at 10:00 a.m., the 
following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Linc Number
04
08
392BF
0020549599
02
55
0628190
0032136632
03
55
0628190
0032136640
04
55
0628190
0032136658
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
Each parcel is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town of 
Mundare makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability 
of the parcels for any intended use by the purchaser.
The Town of Mundare may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or certified cheque, a 10% deposit with the balance due within 20 days 
of the date of the public auction.
Redemption may be affected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Mundare, Alberta, January 22, 2014.
Colin Zyla, C.A.O..
Town of St Paul
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of St Paul will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council Chambers, 
5101 - 50 Street, St Paul, Alberta, on Wednesday, April 9, 2014, at 2:00 p.m., the 
following lands:
Roll #
Lot
Block
Plan
Certificate of Title
160
13
18
657HW
022084150
720
3
21
3452TR
092006772
2488
14
1
0424780
102409813
Each parcel will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
These properties are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town 
of St Paul makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the develop 
ability of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.
Terms: Cash
The Town of St Paul may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land not sold at the public auction.
Redemption may be affected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at St Paul, Alberta, January 20, 2014.
Ron Boisvert, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Village of Chipman
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Chipman will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village 
Administration Office, 4816 - 50 Street, Chipman, Alberta, on Monday, April 14, 
2014, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot (s)
Block
Plan
8 & 9
4
5250-Q
9
21
752 0305
Each parcel of land will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the 
reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the Village of 
Chipman makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability 
of the subject land for an intended use by the purchaser.   No bid will be accepted 
where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of any parcel.  No 
terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the 
Village.  No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be 
sold.
The Village may, after the public auction, become the owner of any property or parcel 
of land that is not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Chipman, Alberta, January 13, 2014.
Pat Tomkow, Administrator.






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