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Offline Zocky

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PI licence transfer
« on: 2015 April 28 02:18:22 »
I have a question about possibility to transfer PI licence to another person.
A friend of mine has sell all of the equipment and he wont practice astrophotography anymore. He would like to transfer his PI licence to another person. Is that possible and what is the procedure?

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Re: PI licence transfer
« Reply #1 on: 2015 April 28 04:34:38 »
Hi Zoran, see 2.20
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Re: PI licence transfer
« Reply #2 on: 2015 April 28 05:52:11 »
Hi Zoran,

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He would like to transfer his PI licence to another person. Is that possible and what is the procedure?

No, this is not possible. As Alejandro has pointed out, FAQ 2.20 answers this question in more detail.
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Re: PI licence transfer
« Reply #3 on: 2015 April 28 12:39:05 »
OK, thnx for the clarification.
Skywatcher ED 80/600 with FF/FR x0.85; HEQ5-pro mount
SBIG ST-8300M, FW5 with Baader LRGB Ha7nm filters
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