[44 FR 4681, 23 January 1979. Umbedesignated at 61 FR 54707, Oct. 21, 1996. Notwithstanding the lease conditions in this section, a certified airline may lease equipment to another certified airline or a private airline may lease equipment to a certified airline under the following conditions: (a) the marking of the equipment requirements in point 376.11 (c) must be met; (b) the lessor must own or retain the equipment under a lease agreement; (c) a written agreement on equipment must be concluded between certified air carriers or between the private carrier and the approved carrier, as follows: c) (1) it must be signed by the parties or their agents. (2) It must provide that control and responsibility for the operation of the equipment be given to the taker from the date the taker takes possession and to the receipt required under item 376. 11 (b) until: ((i) possession of the equipment is returned to the rental company and the receipt required by the approved airline in accordance with Point 376.11 (b) is satisfied; or (ii) if the agreement is reached between certified carriers, possession of the equipment is returned to the lease or given to another certified airline in exchange for equipment. c) 3. A copy of the agreement must be transported in the equipment while it is in possession of the lease. c) 4.
There is nothing in this section that prohibits the use of a key lease by licensed air carriers; Private air carriers and any other entity that conducts leasing transactions in accordance with this section, when a copy of this principal lease is kept in the equipment while it is owned by the underwriter, if the principal lease is in accordance with the provisions of this section and the receipts covered in point 376.11 B are exchanged and the equipment records are established and retained in accordance with .376.11 (d). (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. In the end, it`s up to you to decide to rent. For each program, you need to make sure that you are dedicated to trucking. As you sign a legal document to give up a lot of money for a few years, you must be passionate about the career. The other two programs offer you the truck, but this option is available for those who have already purchased their truck. The relationship between you and the heavyweight company with which you are linked is called “Leasing on”. Some HGV companies have a leasing program that allows the driver to use a truck for a fixed monthly payment with the option to purchase at the end of the contract. Many drivers use this program if they want to become homeowners but do not want to invest their own money immediately.
(g) copies of cargo statements or other types of cargo documents. If a lessor`s turnover is based on a percentage of the gross turnover of a lot, the taker must indicate that the authorized carrier provides the renter, before or at the time of billing, a copy of the calculation or computer-generated document containing the same information or, in the case of contracting agencies, any other form of documentation actually used for a shipment. which contains the same information that appears on a freight invoice subject to the obligation.