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[72 Stat. 773]
[72 Stat. 773]
PUBLIC LAW 85-000—MMMM. DD, 1958



PUBLIC LAW 86-726-AUG. 23, 1968


engines, or propellers, or any spare pacts maintained by or on behalf of such an air carrier, which instrument need only describe generally by types the engines, propellers, appliances, and spare parts covered thereby and designate the location or locations thereof; and also any assignment or amendment thereof o: supplement thereto. RECORDING OF RELEASES

(b) The Administrator shall also record under the system providei for in subsection (a) of this section any release, cancellation, dis charge, or satisfaction relating to any conveyance or other instrument recorded under said system. CONVEYANCES TO BE RECORDED

(c) No conveyance or instrument the recording of which is provided for by section 503(a) shall be valid in respect of such aircraft, aircraft engine or engines, propellers, appliances, or spare parts against any person other than the person by whom the conveyance or other instrument is made or given, his heir or devisee, or any person having actual notice thereof, until such conveyance or other instrument is filed for recordation in the office of the Administrator: Provided, That previous recording of any conveyance or instrument with the Administrator of the Civil Aeronautics Administration under the provisions of the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938 shall have the same force and effect as though recorded as provided herein; and conveyances, the recording of which is provided for by section 503(a)(1) made on or before August 21, 1938, and instruments, the recording of which is provided for by sections 503(a)(2) and 503 (a)(3) made on or before June 19, 1948, shall not be subject to the provisions of this subsection. EFFECT OF RECORDING

(d) Each conveyance or other instrument recorded by means of or under the system provided for in subsection (a) or (b) of this section shall from the time of its filing for recordation be valid as to all persons without further or other recordation, except that an instrument recorded pursuant to section 503(a)(3) shall be effective only with respect to those of such items which may from time to time be situated at the designated location or locations and only while so situated: Provided, That an instrument recorded under section 503(a)(2) shall not be affected as to the engine or engines specifically identified therein, by any instrument theretofore or thereafter recorded pursuant to section 503(a)(3). FORM OF CONVEYANCES

(e) No conveyance or other instrument shall be recorded unless it shall have been acknowledged before a notary public or other officer authorized by the law of the United States, or of a State, Territory, or possession thereof, or the District of Columbia, to take acknowledgement of deeds. INDEX OF CONVEYANCES

(f) The Administrator shall keep a record of the time and date of the filing of conveyances and other instruments with him and of the time and date of recordation thereof. H e shall record conveyances

S2 Stat. 973. 49 USC 681.