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Transfer entries from defaced logbook to a new one

Old 1st Dec 2019, 13:09
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Transfer entries from defaced logbook to a new one

In Canada, if a logbook is defaced and the entries were transferred to a new logbook, and in addition, the new one is stamped and signed as certified true and correct by a flight training unit, will Transport Canada accept the new logbook when the time comes to apply for a license? Or will a sworn declaration (affidavit) be required as well?
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Old 2nd Dec 2019, 11:13
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Actions to be taken when a personal log has been lost are made in 421.08 of the standards. Paragraph (b) states:

The affidavit or declaration shall contain an explanation of the circumstances
which prevented the submission of a personal log and a statement declaring
that all attempts to reproduce and certify entries in a personal log have been
unsuccessful.


It appears therefore to be unnecessary to make an affidavit or statutory declaration when a personal log can be recreated with the information required by regulation 401.08.
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