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08.10.21

Publication

Rule 29 Liability for other persons carried on board 1 The Association shall cover liability arising out of the injury to, or illness or death of, or liability for loss of or damage to the effects of persons carried on board other than Crew or passengers provided that: i in the case of a person other than a close relative of a member of the Crew, the Associ

12.07.21

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Rule 21 Diversion expenses The Association shall cover extra costs of fuel, insurance, wages, stores, provisions and port charges attributable to a diversion, over and above the costs that would have been incurred but for the diversion, where these are incurred solely for the purpose of securing treatment for an injured or sick person on board, or to transfe

12.07.21

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Rule 31 Diversion expenses The Association shall cover extra costs of fuel, insurance, wages, stores, provisions and port charges attributable to a diversion, over and above the costs that would have been incurred but for the diversion, where these are incurred solely for the purpose of securing treatment for an injured or sick person on board, or to transfe

18.06.21

Publication

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

10.06.21

Loss prevention material

5月25日より2021年のアジア型マイマイガ(AGM)のリスク期間が始まります。リスク期間中、アジア太平洋の特定地域に寄港する船舶は、出港前に検査を受けた上で「AGM不在証明書」を取得する必要性が生じます。なお、2022年はリスク期間開始日が繰り上げられる可能性があります。

03.06.21

Loss prevention material

25 May is the beginning of this year’s Asian Gypsy Moth (AGM) risk periods, the time of the year when vessels calling at certain ports in Asia Pacific will need to be inspected and certified free of AGM prior to their departure. There are indications that next year, the risk periods may begin even earlier.


17.03.21

Publication

Rule 47 Fines 1 The Association shall cover fines or other penalties imposed upon a Member (or, imposed upon a third party whom the Member is legally obliged to reimburse or whom the Member reimburses with the Agreement of the Association) in respect of the Ship by any court, tribunal or other authority of competent jurisdiction for or in respect of any of t

17.03.21

Publication

Rule 34 Cargo liability 1 The Association shall cover the following liabilities when and to the extent that they relate to cargo intended to be or being or having been carried on the Ship: a liability for loss, shortage, damage or other responsibility arising out of any breach by the Member, or by any person for whose acts, neglect or default he may be lega

17.03.21

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Rule 14 Determination of Estimated Total Calls, Owner' General Discount and Supplementary Calls etc. The Association may determine Estimated Total Calls and Supplementary Calls and variations in the Estimated Total Calls and Owners' General Discounts, either generally for all entries or separately for any entry or category of entries. Guidance While Rule 13

17.03.21

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Rule 12 Estimated Total Calls and Owners' General Discount 1 Before the commencement of each Policy Year, the Association shall decide whether and to what extent the Members renewing their entries in the Association shall be granted an Owners’ General Discount in the Estimated Total Calls of all Ships entered for that Policy Year.   2 Notification of the Own

17.03.21

Publication

A. Early DevelopmentThe use of marine insurance as a means of providing protection against loss bymaritime perils can be traced back to at least 215 B.C.E. but the origins of marine insurance, as it is practiced today, can be traced back to the 13th century to the merchants of the cities of Lombardy, especially Florence, and of the Hanseatic towns of norther

09.03.21

Publication

Rule 24 Termination by the Association 1 The Association may terminate the entry with effect from the end of the Policy Year in respect of one or more Ships by giving written notice thereof prior to 20th January. 2 The Association may also terminate the insurance of any or all of the Ships entered by a Member: a) without notice, where a casualty or other eve

24.02.21

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P&I cover is intended to give protection and comfort to shipowners and operators against losses and liabilities that they regularly incur whilst engaged in shipping operations and has been doing so for centuries. Since such cover is mutual in nature in the sense that Members indemnify each other against such risks and do not seek to make a profit when doing

23.02.21

Publication

Rule 70 Limitation 1 The Association shall not be obliged to compensate under a Defence entry legal and other costs falling within the scope of Rule 65 and legal and other costs incurred in establishing or resisting claims in connection with purchase and sale of the Ship, including claims in connection with the future employment of the Ship being purchased,

23.02.21

Publication

Appendix VI 1 Interpretation 1.1 In this Appendix the following words and expressions shall have the following meanings:  Convention LimitIn respect of a ship, the limit of liability of the shipowner of that ship for claims (other than claims for loss of life or personal injury) at the Overspill Claim Date, calculated in accordance with Article 6, paragraph

23.02.21

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Appendix IV Passengers and seamen 1 For the purposes of this Appendix IV, and without prejudice to anything else contained in these Rules for Ships, a “Passenger” shall mean a person carried onboard a ship under a contract of carriage or who, with the consent of the carrier, is accompanying a vehicle or live animals covered by a contract for the carriage of

23.02.21

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Appendix I Additional insurances 1 Introduction Additional insurances set out in this Appendix shall be subject to the Rules for P&I and Defence cover of Ships and other floating structures (“the Rules”) save to the extent to which any of such Rules are inconsistent with the terms and conditions expressly agreed between the Member and the Association. 2 War

16.02.21

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16.02.21

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Rule 60 Drilling, production vessels, barges and heavy lift vessels  1 For a Ship carrying out drilling or production operations in connection with oil or gas exploration or production, the Association shall not cover under a P&I entry any liabilities, losses, costs or expenses arising out of or during drilling or production operations, provided that for the