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68.—(1) Subject to the provisions of this regulation, if the sole holder of an ATOL (being an individual) dies, the ATOL must be treated from the time of death as if it had been granted to the ATOL holder’s legal personal representative.
(2) The legal personal representative required by paragraph (1) of this regulation to be treated as the holder of the ATOL may apply to the CAA for the transfer of the ATOL to any person entitled to a beneficial interest in the deceased’s estate (including themselves in their personal capacity if, in that capacity, they are entitled to such an interest).
(3) The application must state the grounds on which it is based and must be served on the CAA within a period of 21 days beginning with the day on which the applicant first became entitled to make the application.
(4) If no such application is made within that period, the ATOL ceases at the expiration of that period to be treated as if granted to a person other than the person to whom it was granted.
(5) The CAA must not grant an application for the transfer of an ATOL to any person if it would be bound under regulation 32(1) to refuse that application if it were an application for the grant of an ATOL to that person, and the provisions of Part 5 as to decisions and hearings apply accordingly and references in that Part to “the person concerned” are to be construed accordingly as including references to the legal personal representative.
(6) For the purposes of this regulation “legal personal representative” means a person constituted executor, administrator or other representative of a deceased person by probate, administration or other instrument.
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