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The Merchant Shipping (International Load Line Convention) (Amendment) Regulations 2018

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Assigning Authorities

  5. 4.Application

  6. 5.Ambulatory reference

  7. 6.General compliance

  8. 7.Exemptions

  9. 8.Equivalents

  10. 9.Repairs, alterations and modifications

  11. 10.Zones and areas

  12. 11.Submersion

  13. 12.Initial, renewal and annual surveys

  14. 13.Maintenance of conditions after survey

  15. 14.Issue of Convention certificates

  16. 15.Issue or endorsement of International Load Line Certificates by another Government and on behalf of other Contracting Governments

  17. 16.Form of Convention certificates

  18. 17.Duration and validity of an International Load Line Certificate

  19. 18.Extension of periods of validity of an International Load Line Certificate

  20. 19.Duration and validity of an International Load Line Exemption Certificate

  21. 20.Procedure to be adopted when a ship is deficient

  22. 21.Cancellation of International Load Line Certificates and surrender of Convention certificates

  23. 22.Acceptance of Convention certificates

  24. 23.Control of non-United Kingdom ships holding a valid Convention certificate

  25. 24.Authorisation of removal etc., of appropriate marks

  26. 25.Record of conditions of assignment

  27. 26.Offences

  28. 27.Detention

  29. 28.Amendments

  30. 29.Certificates issued under the Merchant Shipping (Load Line) Regulations 1998

  31. 30.Review of the Regulations

  32. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      1. 1.Merchant Shipping (Load Line) Regulations 1998

      2. 2.In regulation 2— (a) omit the definition of “the 1966...

      3. 3.In regulation 4(1)— (a) in sub-paragraph (a) after “ships of...

      4. 4.In regulation 4(2)(c), omit paragraphs (ii), (iii) and (iv).

      5. 5.In regulation 5— (a) omit paragraph (1) and (3);

      6. 6.In regulation 6— (a) omit paragraph (2);

      7. 7.In regulation 8(3) after “endorse” omit “the International Load Line...

      8. 8.In regulation 9— (a) for paragraph (1) substitute–

      9. 9.In regulation 12— (a) omit paragraph (1);

      10. 10.In regulation 14— (a) omit paragraph (1);

      11. 11.After regulation 37 insert— (1) The Secretary of State must from time to time—...

      12. 12.Merchant Shipping (Fees) Regulations 2006

  33. Explanatory Note

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