U.S. Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) Clause 2002

BIMCO U.S. Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terroism (C-TPAT) Clause 2002

The Charterers have voluntarily signed the C-TPAT Agreement with the U.S. Customs Service. The Owners, Master and Crew will use reasonable efforts to assist the Charterers to comply with their obligations under the C-TPAT Agreement. However, under no circumstances shall the Owners, Master and Crew be liable for any delays, losses or damages howsoever arising out of any failure to meet the requirements of the C-TPAT Agreement signed by the Charterers. 

The Charterers agree to indemnify and hold the Owners, Master and Crew harmless for any claims made against the Owners, Master and Crew or for any delays, losses, damages, expenses or penalties suffered by the Owners arising out of the C-TPAT Agreement signed by the Charterers.

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