Added option to not print Unknown sex on CITES and Article 10 applications.
If when you apply for a CITES permit or an Article 10 Certificate and you do not know the sex of the chick, if you enter the sex as Unknown then when you receive the Permit or Certificate and later do know the sex of the chick the Permit or Certificate is no longer valid and you will need to obtain a new one.
We have been advised by the UK CITES Management Authority that in this case it is best to simply leave the sex of the chick off of the description in the application altogether.
AIMS now has an option in the preferences that you can select to print or not print the words Unknown Sex on the applications. The default it not to print it.