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Merchant Shipping (Registration, etc.) Act 1993 (repealed 1.1.1996)

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F1Act repealed (1.1.1996) by 1995 c. 21, ss. 314(1), 316(2), Sch. 12 (with s. 312(1), Sch. 14 para. 1)

ChapterShort titleExtent of repeal
1854 c.120.Merchant Shipping Repeal Act 1854.Section 7.
1861 c.97.Malicious Damage Act 1861.Sections 47 and 48.
1894 c.60.Merchant Shipping Act 1894.Section 75.In section 76, in subsection (1), the words from “and may award” to the end and, in subsection (2), the words “either” and “or criminally”.Sections 83, 86 and 87.Section 126.In section 282(a) the words “knowingly and”.Section 284 to 286.In section 287(1), paragraphs (f) and (g).Section 356.Section 359.Sections 366 and 367.Sections 418 and 419.Section 421.Sections 427 to 433.Section 436.Sections 446 to 448 and 450.Section 458(2)(b).Sections 459 to 462.Section 478.Sections 480 to 490.Section 514.In section 515, the words “and tumultuously”.In section 516(2), the words “and shall place the same in the custody of the receiver”.Section 517.In section 518(a), the words “of the district”.Section 526.Sections 528 and 529.Section 543.Sections 547 to 549.Section 550.In section 551(1), the words from “of the district” to “made”.Section 554.Sections 558 to 565.In section 634(1), the words “and the Channel Islands”, “and at Gibraltar” and “and the Isle of Man”.In section 650(1), the word “guns”.Section 655 (so far as in force in Northern Ireland).In section 656(2), the words from “and shall” (where first occurring) to the end.In section 667, the words “fire” and “burnt” wherever occurring together with the word “or” in conjunction with either of those words.Section 669.Section 676(1)(c).In section 677(1)(f), the words “on account of the property of deceased seamen or”,Section 686(2).In section 689(3), the words from “and that officer” to the end.Section 694.Sections 698 to 700.In section 702, the words “Subject to section 703 of this Act”, the words from “or criminal” to “sheriff court”, and “and with imprisonment in default of payment” and the words from “or in the case” to the end.Sections 704 to 709.Section 716.Section 719.Section 724(3) and (5) except, in subsection (3), the words “may remove any surveyors of ships”.Sections 733 and 734.Section 737.Schedule 20 so far as unrepealed.
1898 c.44.Merchant Shipping (Mercantile Marine Fund) Act 1898.Section 2(3), (4) and (5).Section 7.In Schedule 3, the entry for the lighthouse on Cape Pembroke, Falkland Islands.
1906 c.48.Merchant Shipping Act 1906.Sections 2 and 6.Sections 15 and 16.Section 27.Section 44.Section 49.Section 58.Section 77.
1923 c. 4.Fees (Increase) Act 1923.The whole Act.
1925 c. 37.Merchant Shipping (Equivalent Provisions) Act 1925.The whole Act.
1932 c.9.Merchant Shipping (Safety and Load Line Conventions) Act 1932.Section 12.Section 27.Sections 29 to 31.Section 36.
1934 c. 18.Illegal Trawling (Scotland) Act 1934.Section 2.In section 6, the definitions of “fishing boat” and “voyage”.
1949 c.43.Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) Act 1949.Sections 1 to 6.Section 19.Section 21.Section 23.Sections 27 to 30.Section 33.Section 35(4) and (6).In section 36(1), the definitions of “collision regulations”, “construction rules”, “principal Act”, “radio navigational aid”, “radio rules”, “rules for direction finders”, “rules for life-saving equipment”, and “United Kingdom ship”.Schedule 2.
1958 c.62.Merchant Shipping (Liability of Shipowners and Others) Act 1958.Section 11 so far as applying to the Merchant Shipping (Liability of Shipowners and Others) Act 1900 (c.32).
1964 c. 47.Merchant Shipping Act 1964.Section 2.Section 8.Section 10.Section 15.
1965 c.47.Merchant Shipping Act 1965.Section 6.
1967 c.27.Merchant Shipping (Load Lines) Act 1967.Sections 26, 27(2), 28 and 29.
1967 c. 64.Anchors and Chain Cables Act 1967.The whole Act.
1970 c.27.Fishing Vessels (Safety Provisions) Act 1970.Section 4(4).Section 6.Section 8.In section 9(1), the definitions of “collision regulations”, “fishing vessel”, “radio rules”, “rules for direction finders”, “rules for life-saving appliances” and “rules for radio navigational aids”.
1970 c.36.Merchant Shipping Act 1970.Section 6.In section 17, in subsection (10), the words “Ministry of Home Affairs for Northern Ireland” and, in subsection (11), the words “the Ministry of Home Affairs for Northern Ireland or”.Section 19.Section 84.Section 87.Section 90.Sections 92 to 94.Section 95(6).
1971 c.59.Merchant Shipping (Oil Pollution) Act 1971.Sections 11(3)(a).Section 18.
1971 c.60.Prevention of Oil Pollution Act 1971.Section 18 except in its application to sections 2(1) and 3.Section 22.Section 25(1).
1974 c.43.Merchant Shipping Act 1974.Section 20.Section 22.In Schedule 5, in paragraph 5(g), the words from “including” to the end.
1977 c. 24.Merchant Shipping (Safety Convention) Act 1977.The whole Act.
1979 c.39.Merchant Shipping Act 1979.Section 19(2) and (3).In section 20(3)(b), the words from “and the payment” to the end.Section 21(3)(r).Sections 46 and 47.
1981 c.10.Merchant Shipping Act 1981.In section 4(2) the words from the beginning to “that section; and”.
1984 c.5.Merchant Shipping Act 1984.Section 13.
1986 c.23.Safety at Sea Act 1986.Sections 1 to 6.Section 9(4).In section 13(1), the definition of “fishing vessel”.Section 14.
1988 c.12.Merchant Shipping Act 1988.Section 34.Sections 50 and 51.Section 54.Section 56.Schedule 4.In Schedule 5, paragraph 4 of the amendments of the 1894 Act.

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Empowering provisionRelated provisions
1894 Act: section 427Section 430.
1949 Act: section 3Sections 3(5) and (6) and 28.
section 21Section 21(3).
1964 Act: section 2
1967 Act (c.64): section 1Section 1(2) and (3).
1977 Act: section 2

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