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Shipping Laws in India

Shipping Laws in India

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  • Author(s): B.V.R. Sarma, R. Ravikumar
  • Brand: Gogia
  • Edition: 1 Ed Rp 2017
  • ISBN 13 9788189804718
  • Approx. Pages 1267 + Contents
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
CONTAINING

(1)    Major Port Trusts Act 1963
(2)    Indian Ports Act 1908
(3)    The Bills of Lading Act, 1856
(4)    The Admiralty Court's Act 1861 and
(5)    The Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1925
(6)    The Land Ports Authority of India Act, 2010
(7)   The Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 (As Amended by Act No. 31 of 2014 and Act No. 32 of 2014 w.e.f. 01-04-2015).
(8)   The Merchant Shipping
(Limitation of Liability For Maritime Claims) Rules, 2015
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Contents
Introduction
PART 1:    THE MAJOR PORT TRUSTS ACT, 1963
Chapter 1:    Preliminary
Chapter 2:    Board of Trustees and Committees Thereof
Chapter 4:    Property and Contracts
Chapter 5:    Works and Services to be Provided at Ports
Chapter 5A:    Tariff Authority for Major Ports
Chapter 6:    Imposition and Recovery of Rates at Ports
Chapter 7:    Borrowing Powers of Board
chapter 8:    Revenue and Expenditure
chapter 9:    Supervision and Control of Central Government
Chapter 10:    Penalties
Chapter 11:    Miscellaneous
PART 2:    THE INDIAN PORTS ACT, 1908
Chapter 1:    Preliminary
chapter 2:    Powers of the Government
Chapter 3:    Port-Officials and their Powers and Duties
Chapter 4:    Rules for the Safety of Shipping and the Conservation of Ports
Chapter 5:    Port Dues, Fees and other Charges
Chapter 6:    Hoisting Signals
Chapter 7:    Provisions with Respect to Penalties
Chapter 8:    Supplemental Provisions
PART 3:    THE INDIAN BILLS OF LADING ACT, 1856
PART 4:    ADMIRALTY COURTS ACT, 1861
PART 5:    THE INDIAN CARRIAGE OF GOODS BY SEA ACT, 1925
Article I - IX
PART 6:    THE LAND PORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA ACT, 2010
STATEMENT OF OBJECTS AND REASONS
Chapter 1:    preliminary
Chapter 2:    The Land Ports Authority of India
Chapter 3:    Functions of Authority
Chapter 4:    Property and Contract
Chapter 5:    Finance, accounts and Audit
Chapter 6:    Miscellaneous
PART 7:    THE MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT, 1958
Introduction
STATEMENT OF OBJECTS AND REASONS
Part 1:    Preliminary
Part 2:    National Shipping Board
Part 3:    General Administration
Part 4:    Shipping Development Fund
Part 5:    Registration of Indian Ships
Part 6:    Certificates of Officers
Part 6A:  Obligations of Certain Certificate Holders to serve Government or in Indian ships
Part 7:    Classification of Seamen, Seafarer, Maritime Labour Standards and Prescription of Minimum Scale
Part 8:    Passenger Ships
Part 9:    Safety
Part 9A:    Nuclear Ships
Part 9B:    Security of Ships and Port Facilities
Part 10:    Collisions, Accidents at Sea and limitation of Liability
Part 10A:    Limitation of Liability
Part 10B:    Civil Liability for oil Pollution Damage
Part 10C:    International Oil Pollution Compensation Fund
Part 11A:    Prevention and Containment of Pollution of the Sea by Oil
Part 11B:    Control of Harmful Anti-Fouling Systems on Ships
Part 12:    Investigations and Inquiries
part 13:    Wreck and Salvage
Part 14:    Control of Indian Ships and Ships Engaged in Coasting Trade
Part 15:    Sailing Vessels
Part 15A:    Fishing Boats
Part 16:    Penalties and Procedure
Part 17:    Miscellaneous
Part 18:    Repeals and savings
THE MERCHANT SHIPPING (LIMITATION OF LIABILITY FOR MARITIME CLAIMS) RULES, 2015
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