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The Merchant Shipping (Fees) Regulations 2006

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2.  Subject to paragraph 3, the services and other functions to which this Part applies are—

(a)a survey or inspection of a ship or its equipment or an audit of its management systems, on the application of the owner for the issue, amendment, endorsement or renewal of a certificate for the purpose of showing compliance with any of the statutory requirements;

(b)any other inspection of a ship or its equipment under section 258(1) of the Act(1) (powers to inspect ships and their equipment, etc) on the application of the owner, for the purpose of seeing that the ship complies with any of the statutory requirements;

(c)an inspection under section 258(1) of the Act, otherwise than on the application of the owner, for the purpose of seeing whether or not the statutory requirements have been complied with;

(d)an inspection, survey or audit of the ship, its equipment or management, whether on the application of the owner or otherwise, where—

(i)the ship or any of its equipment subject to the statutory requirements has been damaged, changed or modified,

(ii)a previous inspection has revealed a failure to comply with any of those requirements, or

(iii)the inspection, survey or audit is carried out in respect of a United Kingdom ship following the detention of that ship in another country;

for the purpose of seeing that the statutory requirements have subsequently been complied with;

(e)the consideration of an application for an exemption or approval or an amendment of an exemption or approval pursuant to any of the statutory requirements;

(f)the appointment (including consideration of the suitability of an appointment) of a surveyor not employed by the Agency to undertake a survey, inspection or audit outside the United Kingdom in accordance with the statutory requirements and the subsequent consideration of the results thereof and the issue, renewal or endorsement of a certificate;

(g)an inspection pursuant to the statutory requirements which results in the detention of a ship to which Part I of the Merchant Shipping (Port State Control) Regulations 1995(2) applies, and any subsequent inspection relating to the deficiencies which led to the detention;

(h)a survey or inspection pursuant to the statutory requirements which results in the issue of a prevention of operation notice in accordance with regulation 9 of the Merchant Shipping (Mandatory Surveys for Ro-Ro Ferry and High Speed Passenger Craft) Regulations 2001 and any subsequent survey or inspection relating to the deficiencies which led to the issue of that notice;

(i)the issue or re-issue of a certificate pursuant to the statutory requirements, or the issue of a letter of acceptance in lieu of a statutory certificate.

3.  Where a fee is specifically prescribed under another Part of this Schedule in respect of a survey, inspection or audit or the issue, amendment, renewal or endorsement of a certificate in connection with any of the statutory requirements, the fee so prescribed applies and not the fee prescribed under this Part.

(1)

Section 258(1) was amended by the Merchant Shipping and Maritime Security Act 1997 (c. 28), Schedule 1, paragraph 4(1) and Schedule 7, Part I.

(2)

S.I. 1995/3128, amended by S.I. 1998/1433, 1998/2198, 2001/2349 and 2003/1636.

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