(f) owner. In a rental agreement, the party that grants the use of driverless or driverless devices to another. 2. Unless a copy of the exchange contract is brought to the equipment, the approved rental engine must carry a statement on the equipment during the replacement service indicating that it is operating the equipment. The statement also indicates the equipment according to the company`s company or the state registration number and indicates the specific location of the exchange, the date and time at which it assumes responsibility for the equipment and the use of the equipment. This statement is signed by the parties to the exchange agreement or their authorized representatives. The requirements of this paragraph do not apply where the exchange devices consist only of trailers or semi-trailers. (6) The conditions that the lessor must meet in order to have the trust fund reimbursed. At the time of the return of the trust fund, the approved air carrier may withdraw funds under the lease agreements made by the lessor and provide the lessor with a definitive accounting of all final deductions to the trust fund. The lease also stipulates that the trust fund will not be repaid after 45 days from the date of termination. (d) licensed and private air carriers, under joint ownership and control, may, in accordance with this section, lease aircraft without meeting the requirements of paragraph (a) of this section with respect to the identification of equipment and requirements covered in paragraphs (c) and (4) (4) of this section regarding aircraft entries. The rental of equipment between these airlines is subject to all other requirements of this section. b) supporting documents relating to the equipment.
Revenues provided by the aircraft for rent and indicating the date and time of the transfer of the daily property must be indicated as follows: (1) The lease agreement must clearly state the legal obligation for the approved airline to maintain insurance coverage for public protection in accordance with the rules of the FMCSA, in accordance with the rules of the FMCSA , in accordance with the provisions of 49 U.C 13906. The lease also indicates who is responsible for the operation of the leased equipment, for example. B Bobtail insurance, for other insurance coverage. If the authorized carrier re-enters a tax to the lessor for one of these insurances, the lease agreement must indicate the amount that will be refunded to the lessor. 2. The lease agreement may provide for the consideration of the licensed taker as the owner of the equipment for sublease to other certified air carriers during the rental period. (e) The items listed in the lease. The lease agreement must clearly state which party is responsible for removing the device`s identification devices in the event of termination of the lease and when and how these devices will be returned to the carrier, except those painted directly on the aircraft. The lease clearly specifies how the carrier receives a receipt from the licensed carrier`s equipment holder when the licensed carrier repossessss the equipment after the lease is terminated, if the lease requires a receipt. The lease agreement must clearly define each party`s liability for fuel costs, fuel taxes, empty kilometres, permits of all kinds, tolls, ferries, adhesion and accessories services, base plates and licences, as well as all unused parts of these items.