No aircraft may be registered1 or continue to be registered in the United Kingdom2 if it appears to the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')3 that:
(1) it is already registered outside the United Kingdom and that such registration does not cease by operation of law when the aircraft is registered in the United Kingdom4;
(2) that it could more suitably be registered in some other part of the Commonwealth5 or, in the case of an aircraft registered to an unqualified person, another Contracting State6; or
(3) it would not be in the public interest for it to be or continue
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