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Oregon Revised Statutes Aviation § 837.025

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(1) Possession of the appropriate effective federal certificate, permit, rating or license relating to competency of the pilot and payment of a fee of $24 for initial registration and $48 for each renewal of registration shall be the requisite for registration of the pilot under ORS 837.020. A filing of a written statement containing the information reasonably required by the Oregon Department of Aviation is sufficient to effect a registration. No originals or copies of federal certificates, permits, ratings or licenses shall be required of the applicant. Duplicate certificates of pilot registration may be obtained upon proof of loss or destruction of the original by application to the department and the payment of $5 for each additional certificate.

(2) The department may issue certificates of registration and may prescribe requirements for possession and exhibition of such certificates.

(3) Information submitted in any application for registration is a public record and is open to public inspection during normal office hours.

Cite this article: - Oregon Revised Statutes Aviation § 837.025 - last updated January 01, 2018 |

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