This Agreement shall enter into force upon signature and shall remain in force until it is denounced by a Contracting Party. Such denunciation shall be effected by a sixty-day written notification addressed to the other party. Such denunciation shall also entail the termination of all existing enforcement procedures implemented in accordance with this Agreement. This Agreement may be amended by the written agreement of the Parties. Civil aviation authorities may terminate or modify individual implementation procedures. For aircraft that have been the subject of an ANAC Type Accepted certificate, particular attention should be paid to the acceptable basis of authorization for any design change. For example, a major design change approved by ANAC must satisfy CAR 21 Subdivision C and at least CAR 21.73 (b) (3). This means that the design change is not only approved by EASA, FAA or Transport Canada through an internationally recognized bilateral agreement (and the TIP) associated with it, certified, approved, validated or accepted between that state and Brazil. The responsibility of the applicant is to demonstrate how the design changes, including service bulletins, have been accepted under an internationally recognised bilateral agreement with the FAA, EASA or TCCA and the State concerned. It is not the responsibility of THE CAA MS to do so. To assist the applicant in this regard, they can access bilateral agreements by clicking on the corresponding web link below: CMT monitors and manages cooperation to enable the development and implementation of regulatory and policy solutions for certification and to promote greater harmonisation.
The Type Acceptance Certificate (TAC) covers the entire aircraft and any combination of engines/airframes covered by the TCDS. The CAA also accepts an aircraft that must be approved by the Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil (ANAC) from Brazil, provided that the aircraft type has a model certificate issued by EASA, FAA or Transport Canada (TCCA) in advance. . . .