Logbook certification

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Logbook certification

#1 Post by A V I A T O » Tue Feb 06, 2018 7:50 pm

I am building time privately. IE renting blocktime off of an owner of a cessna.

How do I certify my logbook once the hours are done? Get the owner of the plane to sign "times in C-XXXX are correct from this date to this date" or attach photos of every single journey log entry to submit with my logbook to transport?

Normally i had my employer and flight school provide official stamps when I left...
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Re: Logbook certification

#2 Post by PostmasterGeneral » Tue Feb 06, 2018 8:27 pm

You certify your own logbook by signing each page that the entries are “true and correct.”
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Re: Logbook certification

#3 Post by ahramin » Tue Feb 06, 2018 11:14 pm

Certify it anyway you like. It means nothing.

Sign it yourself "All time certified correct", get the aircraft owner to certify it, go see a lawyer or notary public with the aircraft logs and get them to certify it for you.

Or just forget it and do nothing. It doesn't matter.
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