Stuck in an impossible situation re: PPL application

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Re: Stuck in an impossible situation re: PPL application

Post by Oldbloke » 24 Nov 2022, 4:41 pm

Well, congratulations & good luck.
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Re: Stuck in an impossible situation re: PPL application

Post by on_one_wheel » 24 Nov 2022, 6:16 pm

Great news 86 :thumbsup:
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Re: Stuck in an impossible situation re: PPL application

Post by bladeracer » 24 Nov 2022, 7:00 pm

jwai86 wrote:Nearly six months later, I can happily report that I received the review decision from the Registry today. The decisions to refuse my Category A/B and PPL applications have been put aside, so the process of issuing those licences will begin shortly. Thus ends a two year long slog.


Amazing!!!
This is the best news I've heard in a while, awesome mate :-)
I hope you've saved plenty of money while you've been waiting!
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Re: Stuck in an impossible situation re: PPL application

Post by Fionn » 24 Nov 2022, 7:11 pm

Seems like my advice to do an internal review worked, good for you.
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Re: Stuck in an impossible situation re: PPL application

Post by jwai86 » 27 Nov 2022, 12:04 pm

Well, it looks like bureaucratic heel dragging may work in my favour for once. I confirmed with my club and the member who was meant to acquire my CZ that the latter has yet to receive a PTA because the police have been too busy to perform the required safe inspection. Therefore, no formal transfer of ownership has yet occurred, and the pistol is still in the club's custody. All I need to do is return the money to the member once I receive my PPL, and all should be well.
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