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Rule 63 Excluded losses

1 The Association shall not cover under a P&I entry, except where and to the extent that they form a part of a claim for expenses under Rule 46 (measures to avert or minimise loss):

a) loss of or damage to the Ship or any part thereof except to the extent that it forms part of a claim recoverable under Rule 49 (Confiscation of the Ship);
b) loss of or damage to any equipment on board the Ship or to any containers, lashings, stores or fuel thereon, to the extent that the same are owned or leased by the Member or by any company associated with or under the same management as the Member;
c) the cost of repairs to the Ship or any charges or expenses in connection therewith except to the extent that they form part of a claim recoverable under Rule 41 (General average);
d) claims by or against the Member relating to loss of freight or hire on the Ship or any proportion thereof unless freight or hire forms part of a claim for liabilities in respect of cargo;
e) costs of salvage or services in the nature of salvage, rendered to the Ship and any expenses in connection therewith except to the extent that they form part of a claim recoverable under Rule 33 (Life salvage), Rule 41 (General average) or Rule 42 (Salvage);
f) liabilities, losses, costs or expenses arising out of salvage operations (including for the purpose of this sub-paragraph f, wreck removal) conducted by the Ship or provided by the Member, other than:

i) liabilities, costs and expenses arising out of salvage operations conducted by the Ship for the purpose of saving or attempting to save life at sea; and
ii) liabilities, costs and expenses incurred by a professional salvor which are covered by a special agreement between the Member and the Association, and which arise out of the operation of, and in respect of the Member's interest in the Ship;

g) liabilities, losses, costs or expenses arising out of cancellation of a charter or other engagement of the Ship;

h) claims by or against the Member relating to demurrage on, detention of or delay to the Ship, unless such demurrage, detention or delay is covered under Rule 34; 

i) liabilities, losses, costs or expenses which would have been recoverable in General Average if the unamended York Antwerp Rules had been incorporated into the charterparty or the contract of carriage;
j) liabilities, losses, costs and expenses arising from the use of any electronic trading system, other than an electronic trading system approved in writing by the Association, to the extent that such liabilities, losses, costs and expenses would not (save insofar as an Association in its sole discretion otherwise determines) have arisen under a paper trading system. For the purposes of this sub-paragraph (j) an "electronic trading system" is any system which replaces or is intended to replace paper documents used for the sale of goods and/or their carriage by sea or partly by sea and other means of transport and which:

(i) are documents of title, or
(ii) entitle the holder to delivery or possession of the goods referred to in such documents, or
(iii) evidence a contract of carriage under which the rights and obligations of either of the contracting parties may be transferred to a third party.

For the purpose of this sub-paragraph (j) a "document" shall mean anything in which information of any description is recorded including, but not limited to, computer or other electronically generated information.

2 The Association shall not cover general monetary loss, or loss of time, loss through price or currency fluctuations, loss of market or similar loss resulting from delay, except where the Member is legally liable to a third party for such loss and such liability is covered by the Association under these Rules.