9 General duties of Associated British Ports.E+W+S+N.I.
(1)It is the duty of Associated British Ports to provide port facilities at its harbours to such extent as it may think expedient.
(2)Associated British Ports shall have due regard to efficiency, economy and safety of operation as respects the services and facilities provided by it and its subsidiaries.
(3)In the performance of its functions Associated British Ports shall have regard to the interests in general of its employees and the employees of its subsidiaries.
(4)This section does not impose any form of duty or liability enforceable, either directly or indirectly, by proceedings before any court.
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