Law & Lawyers: Repossessions, Force Majeure & Other Pitfalls

by Global Sky Team

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In the second episode of Asian Skycast we speak with Peter Coles of Clyde & Co, Andrew Lockhart of Baker & McKenzie, and Evelyn W.J. Lok of Mayer Brown, who talk us through managing the expectations of first-time buyers, as well as aircraft repossessions in the Asia-Pacific region.

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Managing expectations of first-time buyers.


What stage do they come to you and how involved in the process are they?


Mitigating risks involved with bringing airmen and aircraft back into service.


Incidents and accidents


How long does the purchase process take?


Aircraft acquisition and aircraft being too old.


Aircraft repossessions


What is 'soft repossession'?


Andrew Lockhart Baker & McKenzie Clyde & Co Evelyn W.J. Lok Law Lawyers Mayer Brown Peter Coles

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