Australia’s highest court interprets Cape Town Convention Protocol in airline’s favour
The Cape Town Convention Aircraft Protocol’s obligation on airline debtors to “give possession” of aircraft assets to lessors following an insolvency-related event means no more than to simply provide lessors with an opportunity to take control of them, Australia’s Highest Court has found.
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