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Argentina - positive news on inspection procedures

10 March 2017

SENASA, the Argentinian National Agrifood Health and Quality Service, recently decided to exempt certain products from phytosanitary and quality controls. A transition to a system of private inspections of holds loading grain products and by-products is currently being considered.

Anti Corruption Clause for Charter Parties 2015

17 October 2016

The Anti-Corruption Clause for Charter Parties 2015 provides market users with a regime for responding to unlawful demands for gifts in cash or kind, such as cigarettes or alcohol. It is designed for use in both voyage and time charters and sets out a series of steps with the contracting parties working together to resist such demands but if this fails, owners’ rights to hire or uninterrupted laytime and demurrage are protected. Termination, by either party, is the ultimate sanction but a high threshold has been set so that it cannot be easily used as an exit from an inconvenient charter. This clause was published on 7 December 2015.

SUPPLYTIME 2017

20 September 2016

SUPPLYTIME is a time charter party for offshore support vessels. It operates on a knock for knock liability regime, which means that each party agrees to bear responsibility for and indemnify the other in respect of loss of or damage to their own property, and injury to or death of their own personnel, regardless of fault. The latest edition of this contract is SUPPLYTIME 2017. Copyright in SUPPLYTIME 2017 is held by BIMCO.

DISMANTLECON

20 September 2019

DISMANTLECON is marine services contract for offshore structure dismantling work and transport to a designated place of delivery. The agreement can be used for the removal of any offshore structure ranging from field architecture to entire structures and is intended for use in jurisdictions world-wide. It does not cover the disposal of the dismantled structures onshore and this will require a separate agreement with an onshore disposal contractor. DISMANTLECON operates on a knock for knock liability regime, which means that each party is responsible for and should indemnify the other in respect of loss of or damage to their own property, and injury to or death of their own personnel, regardless of fault. Copyright in DISMANTLECON is held by BIMCO.