Personal identification marks and the identification marks of amateur repeaters and radio beacons are released in the event of the death of the individual or in case of refusal by the holder to use the identification mark, such as:
- in case of death of the natural person, a copy of the death certificate is presented;
- if the owner of the identification mark is refused, a written request from him is submitted, accompanied by the original of the document with which he was granted the corresponding identification mark.
Similarly, temporary identification marks are released before their expiration date.
The CRC may provide exempt personal identification marks and identification marks to amateur repeaters and radio beacons, such as:
- released signs upon the death of their owner are made available for use after 10 years from the date of their release or from the moment of their release upon receipt of written consent from the direct heirs;
- released signs upon refusal by their owner are made available for use after 5 years from the date of their release by a radio amateur or after 1 year from the date of their release from a radio club;
- released personal identification signs refusal are made available for use from the date of their release, when the owner of the identification sign declares that the sign is not used;
- released temporary identification marks shall be made available for use from the date of their release;
- the radio amateur can refuse the use of the personal identification mark provided to him no more than 2 times;
An exception to the previous rule is allowed, when changing the permanent address of the radio amateur, the area specified in the personal identification mark is changed.