For the purposes of the Civil Aviation (Investigation of Air Accidents and Incidents) Regulations 19961, the Chief Inspector of Air Accidents2 must carry out, or cause an inspector to carry out, an investigation3 into:
(1) accidents4 and serious incidents5 which occur in or over the United Kingdom6;
(2) accidents and serious incidents which occur in or over any country or territory which is neither a member state nor a contracting state7 to aircraft registered in the United Kingdom when such an investigation is not carried out by another state8;
(3) serious incidents which occur in or over any country
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