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SHIP RECYCLING CONVENTION – 2009

CHAPTER 2 – REQUIREMENTS FOR SHIPS | PART B – PREPARATION FOR SHIP RECYCLING REGULATION 8 – General   Ships destined to be recycled shall: 1. only be recycled at Ship Recycling Facilities that are: 1 authorized in accordance with this Convention; and 2 fully authorized to undertake all the ship recycling which the Ship […]

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SALVAGE CONVENTION – 1989

CHAPTER 3 – RIGHTS OF SALVORS ARTICLE 12 – CONDITIONS   1. Salvage operations which have had a useful result give right to a reward. 2. Except as otherwise provided, no payment is due under this Convention if the salvage operations have had no useful result. 3. This chapter shall apply, notwithstanding that the salved […]

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PAL | PROTOCOL – 1976

ARTICLE VIII The present Protocol is established in a single original in the English and French languages, both texts being equally authentic. Official translations in the Russian and Spanish languages shall be prepared by the Secretary-General and deposited with the signed original. Done at London this nineteenth day of November one thousand nine hundred and […]

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OPRC-HNS PROTOCOL 2000

ARTICLE 3 – EMERGENCY PLANS 1. Each Party shall require that ships entitled to fly its flag have on-board a pollution incident emergency plan and shall require masters or other persons having charge of such ships to follow reporting procedures to the extent required. Both planning requirements and reporting procedures shall be in accordance with […]

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HNS CONVENTION – 2010

ARTICLE 9 1. Article 17, paragraph 2 of the Convention is replaced by the following text: 2 Annual contributions payable pursuant to articles 18, 19 and article 21, paragraph 5 shall be determined by the Assembly and shall be calculated in accordance with those articles on the basis of the units of contributing cargo received […]

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HNS CONVENTION – 1996

Chapter II – LIABILITY Liability of the Owner   Article 7 1. Except as provided in paragraphs 2 and 3, the owner at the time of an incident shall be liable for damage caused by any hazardous and noxious substances in connection with their carriage by sea on board the ship, provided that if an […]

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FUND CONVENTION – 1971

GENERAL PROVISIONS ARTICLE 1 For the purposes of this Convention: 1. “Liability Convention” means the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, adopted at Brussels on 29 November 1969. 2. “Ship”, “Person”, “Owner”, “Oil”, “Pollution Damage”, “Preventive Measures”, “Incident” and “Organization”, have the same meaning as in Article I of the Liability Convention, […]

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NAIROBI | WRECK REMOVAL

ARTICLE 1 – DEFINITIONS   For the purposes of this Convention: 1. “Convention area” means the exclusive economic zone of a State Party, established in accordance with international law or, if a State Party has not established such a zone, an area [For reasons of economy, this document is printed in a limited number. Delegates […]

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SHIP RECYCLING CONVENTION – 2009

CHAPTER 1 – GENERAL REGULATION 1 – DEFINITIONS   1. “Competent person” means a person with suitable qualifications, training, and sufficient knowledge, experience and skill, for the performance of the specific work. Specifically, a competent person may be a trained worker or a managerial employee capable of recognizing and evaluating occupational hazards, risks, and employee […]

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FUND – 1992

GENERAL PROVISIONS ARTICLE 1   For the purposes of this Convention – 1. “1992 Liability Convention” means the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, 1992. 1. “1971 Fund Convention” means the International Convention on the Establishment of an International Fund for Compensation for Oil Pollution Damage, 1971. For States Parties to the […]

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