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The Merchant Shipping (Official Log Books) Regulations 1981

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. Citation, commencement, interpretation and revocation

    1. 1.(1) These Regulations may be cited as the Merchant Shipping...

  3. Exemptions from the requirements of section 68 of the Merchant Shipping Act 1970 (official log books)

    1. 2.The requirement imposed by section 68 of the Act of...

  4. Entries in official log books

    1. 3.Subject to the provisions of the Merchant Shipping Acts and...

  5. Making, signing and witnessing of entries

    1. 4.(1) Each entry shall be made in the official log...

    2. 5.If an entry which is to be signed or witnessed...

  6. Annexes to official log books

    1. 6.If it is not practicable by reason of its length,...

  7. Time for making of entries

    1. 7.(1) (a) Entries of particulars specified in paragraphs 1, 2,...

  8. Amendment and cancellation of entries

    1. 8.(1) Subject to the provisions of this regulation, an entry...

  9. Production of official log book

    1. 9.(1) The master of a ship shall, on demand, produce...

  10. Delivery of official log book

    1. 10.(1) The master shall, within 48 hours after the time...

  11. Offences

    1. 11.Any offence under these Regulations shall be punishable on summary...

  12. Signature

    1. THE SCHEDULE

      ENTRIES REQUIRED TO BE MADE IN THE OFFICIAL LOG BOOKS KEPT IN SHIPS REGISTERED IN THE UNITED KINGDOM NOT EXEMPTED FROM THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 68 OF THE MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT 1970 BY REGULATION 2

      1. PART I Entries relating to every ship

      2. PART II Entries relating to ships to which the Disciplinary Offences Regulations 1972 apply

      3. PART III Entries relating to ships in respect of which a certificate has been issued under section 6 of the Merchant Shipping (Load Lines) Act 1967 and which are not exempted by regulation 3(d)

      4. PART IV Entries relating to ships to which the Closing of Openings Regulations apply

  13. Explanatory Note

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