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HULL CLAIMS

General documents & information required:

• deck and engine room log books covering the casualty and the repair period;

• master’s and/or chief engineer’s detailed report (as appropriate);

• relevant letters of protest;

• protests and extended protests;

• underwriter’s surveyor’s report;

• class surveyor’s report;

• owners’ superintendent’s report;

• receipted accounts for repairs and/or any spare parts supplied by owners, in connection with repairs, endorsed by underwriters’ surveyor as being fair and reasonable;

• accounts covering any dry-docking and general expenses relating to the repairs, endorsed as above;

• accounts for all incidental disbursements at the port of repair, e.g. for port charges, watchmen, communications expenses, agency fees, etc.;

• details of fuel and engine room stores consumed during the repair period (i.e. from the time of deviation to the port of refuge), together with the cost of replacement;

• accounts for owners’ repairs effected concurrently with damage repairs;

• copies of faxes and telexes sent and details of long-distance calls made in connection with the casualty, together with their costs.

• any accounts rendered by surveyors, etc., with dates of payment where made.

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