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The Resource Merchant Shipping Legislation

Merchant Shipping Legislation

Label
Merchant Shipping Legislation
Title
Merchant Shipping Legislation
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
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R M Fogarty, Aengus
Dewey number
343.41096
LC call number
KD1819.F643 2017
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Lloyd's Shipping Law Library
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Maritime law--Great Britain
Label
Merchant Shipping Legislation
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- Acknowledgments -- Preface to the third edition -- Structure and purpose of the work -- Abbreviations -- Table of Cases -- Table of Statutes -- Table of Statutory Instruments -- CHAPTER 1 - REGISTRATION -- MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT 1995 -- PART I - BRITISH SHIPS -- 1 British ships and United Kingdom ships -- 2 British flag -- 3 Offences relating to British character of ship -- 4 Penalty for carrying improper colours -- 5 Duty to show British flag -- 6 Duty to declare national character of ship -- 7 Proceedings on forfeiture of a ship -- PART II - REGISTRATION -- General -- 8 Central register of British ships -- 9 Registration of ships: basic provisions -- 10 Registration regulations -- 11 Tonnage ascertained for registration to be tonnage of ship -- 12 Tonnage of ships of foreign countries adopting tonnage regulations -- 13 Status of certificate of registration -- 14 Offences relating to a ship's British connection -- 15 Supplementary provisions as respects fishing vessels -- 16 Private law provisions for registered ships and liability as owner -- SCHEDULE 1 - PRIVATE LAW PROVISIONS FOR REGISTERED SHIPS -- Ships on bareboat charter -- 17 Ships bareboat chartered-in by British charterers -- 18 Regulation of registration in British possessions by reference to categories of registries -- 19 Tonnage regulations -- 20 Proceedings on forfeiture of ship -- 21 Disclosure of information relating to registration by other government departments -- 22 Forgery of documents: Scotland -- 23 Interpretation -- CHAPTER 2 - MASTERS AND SEAMEN -- MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT 1995 -- PART III - MASTERS AND SEAMEN -- Application of Part -- 24 Application of this Part -- Engagement and discharge of crews -- 25 Crew agreements -- 26 Regulations relating to crew agreements -- 27 Discharge of seamen
  • 28 Seamen left behind abroad otherwise than on discharge -- 29 Discharge of seamen when ship ceases to be registered in United Kingdom -- Wages etc -- 30 Payment of seamen's wages -- 31 Account of seamen's wages -- 32 Regulations relating to wages and accounts -- 33 Power of superintendent or proper officer to decide disputes about wages -- 34 Restriction on assignment of and charge upon wages -- 35 Power of court to award interest on wages due otherwise than under crew agreement -- 36 Allotment notes -- 37 Right of person named in allotment to sue in own name -- 38 Right, or loss of right, to wages in certain circumstances -- 39 Protection of certain rights and remedies -- 40 Claims against seamen's wages for maintenance, etc of dependants -- 41 Remedies of master for remuneration, disbursements and liabilities -- Safety, health and welfare -- 42 Obligation of shipowners as to seaworthiness -- 43 Crew accommodation -- 44 Complaints about provisions or water -- 45 Expenses of medical and other treatment during voyage -- Manning, qualifications, training and uniform -- 46 Application of sections 47 to 51 -- 47 Manning -- 48 Power to exempt from manning requirements -- 49 Prohibition of going to sea undermanned -- 50 Production of certificates and other documents of qualification -- 51 Crew's knowledge of English -- 52 Unqualified persons going to sea as qualified officers or seamen -- 53 Medical treatment on board ship -- 54 Special certificates of competence -- 55 Young persons -- 56 Financial assistance for training -- 57 Uniform -- Offences by seamen, etc -- 58 Conduct endangering ships, structures or individuals -- 59 Concerted disobedience and neglect of duty -- Disciplinary offences -- 60 Breaches by seamen of codes of conduct -- Disqualification of seamen and inquiries -- 61 Inquiry into fitness or conduct of officer
  • 62 Disqualification of holder of certificate other than officer's -- 63 Inquiry into fitness or conduct of seamen other than officer -- 64 Re-hearing of and appeal from inquiries -- 65 Rules as to inquiries and appeals -- 66 Failure to deliver cancelled or suspended certificate -- 67 Power to restore certificate -- 68 Power to summon witness to inquiry into fitness or conduct of officer or other seaman -- 69 Procedure where inquiry into fitness or conduct of officer or other seaman is held by sheriff -- Civil liability of seamen for offences -- 70 Civil liability for absence without leave -- 71 Civil liability for smuggling -- 72 Civil liability for fines imposed under immigration laws -- Relief and repatriation and relief costs -- 73 Relief and return of seamen etc left behind and shipwrecked -- 74 Limit of employer's liability under section 73 -- 75 Recovery of expenses incurred for relief and return, etc -- 76 Financial assistance in respect of crew relief costs -- Documentation -- 77 Official log books -- 78 Lists of crew -- 79 British seamen's cards -- 80 Discharge books -- 81 Handing over of documents by master -- Merchant Navy Reserve -- 82 Maintenance of Merchant Navy Reserve -- 83 Supplementary provisions as respects the reserve -- Interpretation -- 84 Interpretation -- RAILWAYS AND TRANSPORT SAFETY ACT 2003 -- PART IV - SHIPPING: ALCOHOL AND DRUGS -- Offences -- 78 Professional staff on duty -- 79 Professional staff off duty -- 80 Non-professionals -- 81 Prescribed limit -- Enforcement -- 82 Penalty -- 83 Specimens, &c. -- 84 Detention pending arrival of police -- 85 Arrest without warrant -- 86 Right of entry -- General -- 87 Consequential repeal -- 88 Orders and regulations -- 89 Interpretation -- 90 Crown application, &c. -- 91 Territorial application -- CHAPTER 3 - SAFETY -- MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT 1995 -- PART IV - SAFETY
  • Safety and health on ships -- 85 Safety and health on ships -- 86 Provisions supplementary to section 85: general -- 87 Provisions supplementary to section 85: dangerous goods -- DANGEROUS VESSELS ACT 1985 -- 1 Directions by harbour master concerning dangerous vessels etc -- 2 Application of [Merchant Shipping Act 1995] -- 3 Further directions by Secretary of State -- 5 Offences -- 6 Saving for certain vessels -- 6A Saving for safety directions -- 7 Interpretation -- 8 Short title, commencement and extent -- MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT 1995 -- Special provisions -- 89 Load lines -- 91 Report of dangers to navigation -- Assistance at sea -- 92 Duty of ship to assist the other in case of collision -- 93 Duty to assist [aircraft] in distress -- Unsafe ships -- 94 Meaning of "dangerously unsafe ship" -- 95 Power to detain dangerously unsafe ship -- 96 References of detention notices to arbitration -- 97 Compensation in connection with invalid detention of ship -- 98 Owner and master liable in respect of dangerously unsafe ship -- 99 Use of unsafe lighters, etc -- 100 Owner liable for unsafe operation of ship -- 108A Safety directions -- SCHEDULE 3A - SAFETY DIRECTIONS -- 100A Power to establish temporary exclusion zones -- 100B Temporary exclusion zones: offences -- 100F Requirements to be met by ships in respect of which trans-shipment licences in force -- 100G Failure to comply with prescribed standards in respect of ship of which trans-shipment licences in force -- CHAPTER 4 - COLLISIONS -- MERCHANT SHIPPING (DISTRESS SIGNALS AND PREVENTION OF COLLISIONS) REGULATIONS 1996, SI 1996/75 -- 1 Citation, commencement, interpretation and revocation -- 2 Application -- 3 Signals of distress -- 4 Prevention of collision -- 5 Exemptions -- 6 Penalties -- 7 Power to detain -- EXPLANATORY NOTE -- INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS FOR PREVENTING COLLISIONS AT SEA, 1972
  • PART A - GENERAL -- 1 Application -- 2 Responsibility -- 3 General definitions -- PART B - STEERING AND SAILING RULES -- Section 1. Conduct of vessels in any condition of visibility -- 4 Application -- 5 Look-out -- 6 Safe speed -- 7 Risk of collision -- 8 Action to avoid collision -- 9 Narrow channels -- 10 Traffic separation schemes -- Section II. Conduct of vessels in sight of one another -- 11 Application -- 12 Sailing vessels -- 13 Overtaking -- 14 Head-on situation -- 15 Crossing situation -- 16 Action by give-way vessel -- 17 Action by stand-on vessel -- 18 Responsibilities between vessels -- Section III. Conduct of vessels in restricted visibility -- 19 Conduct of vessels in restricted visibility -- PART C - LIGHTS AND SHAPES -- 20 Application -- 21 Definitions -- 22 Visibility of lights -- 23 Power-driven vessels underway -- 24 Towing and pushing -- 25 Sailing vessels underway and vessels under oars -- 26 Fishing vessels -- 27 Vessels not under command or restricted in their ability to manoeuvre -- 28 Vessels constrained by their draught -- 29 Pilot vessels -- 30 Anchored vessels and vessels aground -- 31 Seaplanes -- PART D - SOUND AND LIGHT SIGNALS -- 32 Definitions -- 33 Equipment for sound signals -- 34 Manoeuvring and warning signals -- 35 Sound signals in restricted visibility -- 36 Signals to attract attention -- 37 Distress signals -- PART E - EXEMPTIONS -- 38 Exemptions -- PART F - VERIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE CONVENTION -- 39 Definitions -- 40 Application -- 41 Verification of compliance -- ANNEX I - POSITIONING AND TECHNICAL DETAILS OF LIGHTS AND SHAPES -- 1 Definition -- 2 Vertical positioning and spacing of lights -- 3 Horizontal positioning and spacing of lights -- 4 Details of location of direction-indicating lights for fishing vessels, dredgers and vessels engaged in underwater operations
  • 5 Screens for sidelights
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC4857898
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (1021 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351867382
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC4857898
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL4857898
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11384558
  • (OCoLC)987779930
Label
Merchant Shipping Legislation
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- Acknowledgments -- Preface to the third edition -- Structure and purpose of the work -- Abbreviations -- Table of Cases -- Table of Statutes -- Table of Statutory Instruments -- CHAPTER 1 - REGISTRATION -- MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT 1995 -- PART I - BRITISH SHIPS -- 1 British ships and United Kingdom ships -- 2 British flag -- 3 Offences relating to British character of ship -- 4 Penalty for carrying improper colours -- 5 Duty to show British flag -- 6 Duty to declare national character of ship -- 7 Proceedings on forfeiture of a ship -- PART II - REGISTRATION -- General -- 8 Central register of British ships -- 9 Registration of ships: basic provisions -- 10 Registration regulations -- 11 Tonnage ascertained for registration to be tonnage of ship -- 12 Tonnage of ships of foreign countries adopting tonnage regulations -- 13 Status of certificate of registration -- 14 Offences relating to a ship's British connection -- 15 Supplementary provisions as respects fishing vessels -- 16 Private law provisions for registered ships and liability as owner -- SCHEDULE 1 - PRIVATE LAW PROVISIONS FOR REGISTERED SHIPS -- Ships on bareboat charter -- 17 Ships bareboat chartered-in by British charterers -- 18 Regulation of registration in British possessions by reference to categories of registries -- 19 Tonnage regulations -- 20 Proceedings on forfeiture of ship -- 21 Disclosure of information relating to registration by other government departments -- 22 Forgery of documents: Scotland -- 23 Interpretation -- CHAPTER 2 - MASTERS AND SEAMEN -- MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT 1995 -- PART III - MASTERS AND SEAMEN -- Application of Part -- 24 Application of this Part -- Engagement and discharge of crews -- 25 Crew agreements -- 26 Regulations relating to crew agreements -- 27 Discharge of seamen
  • 28 Seamen left behind abroad otherwise than on discharge -- 29 Discharge of seamen when ship ceases to be registered in United Kingdom -- Wages etc -- 30 Payment of seamen's wages -- 31 Account of seamen's wages -- 32 Regulations relating to wages and accounts -- 33 Power of superintendent or proper officer to decide disputes about wages -- 34 Restriction on assignment of and charge upon wages -- 35 Power of court to award interest on wages due otherwise than under crew agreement -- 36 Allotment notes -- 37 Right of person named in allotment to sue in own name -- 38 Right, or loss of right, to wages in certain circumstances -- 39 Protection of certain rights and remedies -- 40 Claims against seamen's wages for maintenance, etc of dependants -- 41 Remedies of master for remuneration, disbursements and liabilities -- Safety, health and welfare -- 42 Obligation of shipowners as to seaworthiness -- 43 Crew accommodation -- 44 Complaints about provisions or water -- 45 Expenses of medical and other treatment during voyage -- Manning, qualifications, training and uniform -- 46 Application of sections 47 to 51 -- 47 Manning -- 48 Power to exempt from manning requirements -- 49 Prohibition of going to sea undermanned -- 50 Production of certificates and other documents of qualification -- 51 Crew's knowledge of English -- 52 Unqualified persons going to sea as qualified officers or seamen -- 53 Medical treatment on board ship -- 54 Special certificates of competence -- 55 Young persons -- 56 Financial assistance for training -- 57 Uniform -- Offences by seamen, etc -- 58 Conduct endangering ships, structures or individuals -- 59 Concerted disobedience and neglect of duty -- Disciplinary offences -- 60 Breaches by seamen of codes of conduct -- Disqualification of seamen and inquiries -- 61 Inquiry into fitness or conduct of officer
  • 62 Disqualification of holder of certificate other than officer's -- 63 Inquiry into fitness or conduct of seamen other than officer -- 64 Re-hearing of and appeal from inquiries -- 65 Rules as to inquiries and appeals -- 66 Failure to deliver cancelled or suspended certificate -- 67 Power to restore certificate -- 68 Power to summon witness to inquiry into fitness or conduct of officer or other seaman -- 69 Procedure where inquiry into fitness or conduct of officer or other seaman is held by sheriff -- Civil liability of seamen for offences -- 70 Civil liability for absence without leave -- 71 Civil liability for smuggling -- 72 Civil liability for fines imposed under immigration laws -- Relief and repatriation and relief costs -- 73 Relief and return of seamen etc left behind and shipwrecked -- 74 Limit of employer's liability under section 73 -- 75 Recovery of expenses incurred for relief and return, etc -- 76 Financial assistance in respect of crew relief costs -- Documentation -- 77 Official log books -- 78 Lists of crew -- 79 British seamen's cards -- 80 Discharge books -- 81 Handing over of documents by master -- Merchant Navy Reserve -- 82 Maintenance of Merchant Navy Reserve -- 83 Supplementary provisions as respects the reserve -- Interpretation -- 84 Interpretation -- RAILWAYS AND TRANSPORT SAFETY ACT 2003 -- PART IV - SHIPPING: ALCOHOL AND DRUGS -- Offences -- 78 Professional staff on duty -- 79 Professional staff off duty -- 80 Non-professionals -- 81 Prescribed limit -- Enforcement -- 82 Penalty -- 83 Specimens, &c. -- 84 Detention pending arrival of police -- 85 Arrest without warrant -- 86 Right of entry -- General -- 87 Consequential repeal -- 88 Orders and regulations -- 89 Interpretation -- 90 Crown application, &c. -- 91 Territorial application -- CHAPTER 3 - SAFETY -- MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT 1995 -- PART IV - SAFETY
  • Safety and health on ships -- 85 Safety and health on ships -- 86 Provisions supplementary to section 85: general -- 87 Provisions supplementary to section 85: dangerous goods -- DANGEROUS VESSELS ACT 1985 -- 1 Directions by harbour master concerning dangerous vessels etc -- 2 Application of [Merchant Shipping Act 1995] -- 3 Further directions by Secretary of State -- 5 Offences -- 6 Saving for certain vessels -- 6A Saving for safety directions -- 7 Interpretation -- 8 Short title, commencement and extent -- MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT 1995 -- Special provisions -- 89 Load lines -- 91 Report of dangers to navigation -- Assistance at sea -- 92 Duty of ship to assist the other in case of collision -- 93 Duty to assist [aircraft] in distress -- Unsafe ships -- 94 Meaning of "dangerously unsafe ship" -- 95 Power to detain dangerously unsafe ship -- 96 References of detention notices to arbitration -- 97 Compensation in connection with invalid detention of ship -- 98 Owner and master liable in respect of dangerously unsafe ship -- 99 Use of unsafe lighters, etc -- 100 Owner liable for unsafe operation of ship -- 108A Safety directions -- SCHEDULE 3A - SAFETY DIRECTIONS -- 100A Power to establish temporary exclusion zones -- 100B Temporary exclusion zones: offences -- 100F Requirements to be met by ships in respect of which trans-shipment licences in force -- 100G Failure to comply with prescribed standards in respect of ship of which trans-shipment licences in force -- CHAPTER 4 - COLLISIONS -- MERCHANT SHIPPING (DISTRESS SIGNALS AND PREVENTION OF COLLISIONS) REGULATIONS 1996, SI 1996/75 -- 1 Citation, commencement, interpretation and revocation -- 2 Application -- 3 Signals of distress -- 4 Prevention of collision -- 5 Exemptions -- 6 Penalties -- 7 Power to detain -- EXPLANATORY NOTE -- INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS FOR PREVENTING COLLISIONS AT SEA, 1972
  • PART A - GENERAL -- 1 Application -- 2 Responsibility -- 3 General definitions -- PART B - STEERING AND SAILING RULES -- Section 1. Conduct of vessels in any condition of visibility -- 4 Application -- 5 Look-out -- 6 Safe speed -- 7 Risk of collision -- 8 Action to avoid collision -- 9 Narrow channels -- 10 Traffic separation schemes -- Section II. Conduct of vessels in sight of one another -- 11 Application -- 12 Sailing vessels -- 13 Overtaking -- 14 Head-on situation -- 15 Crossing situation -- 16 Action by give-way vessel -- 17 Action by stand-on vessel -- 18 Responsibilities between vessels -- Section III. Conduct of vessels in restricted visibility -- 19 Conduct of vessels in restricted visibility -- PART C - LIGHTS AND SHAPES -- 20 Application -- 21 Definitions -- 22 Visibility of lights -- 23 Power-driven vessels underway -- 24 Towing and pushing -- 25 Sailing vessels underway and vessels under oars -- 26 Fishing vessels -- 27 Vessels not under command or restricted in their ability to manoeuvre -- 28 Vessels constrained by their draught -- 29 Pilot vessels -- 30 Anchored vessels and vessels aground -- 31 Seaplanes -- PART D - SOUND AND LIGHT SIGNALS -- 32 Definitions -- 33 Equipment for sound signals -- 34 Manoeuvring and warning signals -- 35 Sound signals in restricted visibility -- 36 Signals to attract attention -- 37 Distress signals -- PART E - EXEMPTIONS -- 38 Exemptions -- PART F - VERIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE CONVENTION -- 39 Definitions -- 40 Application -- 41 Verification of compliance -- ANNEX I - POSITIONING AND TECHNICAL DETAILS OF LIGHTS AND SHAPES -- 1 Definition -- 2 Vertical positioning and spacing of lights -- 3 Horizontal positioning and spacing of lights -- 4 Details of location of direction-indicating lights for fishing vessels, dredgers and vessels engaged in underwater operations
  • 5 Screens for sidelights
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC4857898
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (1021 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351867382
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC4857898
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL4857898
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11384558
  • (OCoLC)987779930

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