MINREPCON is a standard contract for minor afloat repairs at a commercial berth or anchorage. It is not meant to be an alternative to REPAIRCON, which is the recommended contract for contracting with ship repairers or major sub-contractors. MINREPCON is intended to be used by shipowners to conclude written contracts with individuals or sub-contractors performing minor repairs which would normally be reluctant to read or sign a longer contract, such as REPAIRCON. It should be noted that MINREPCON is a short form and does not include many of the limitations and protections included in REPAIRCON. The latest edition of this contract is MINREPCON, issued in 2003.
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