Where a certificate of airworthiness1 is in force in respect of a flying machine2 or glider and the aircraft concerned is not subject to relevant EU Regulation3, the aircraft concerned must be weighed and the position of its centre of gravity determined at such times and in such manner as the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')4 may require in the case of that aircraft5. The operator6 of the aircraft must:
(1) when the aircraft is weighed, prepare a weight schedule showing the mass7, or such other weight as may be approved by the CAA or European Aviation Safety Agency ('EASA')8
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