Salvage Agreement Traduction

Salvage Agreement Traduction

In the 1960s and 1970s, a series of aging single-hull tankers began to struggle and giant crude oil began to escape. While passing ships were forced to provide adequate assistance to save lives, they were reluctant to provide emergency services in a seemingly reckless adventure to save a small carcass where the risk of civil liability could be enormous. Instead, rescuers preferred to work in richer and less dangerous gatherings. This is of concern to coastal states (whose beaches are affected by oil pollution) and “P-I” insurers, which could be responsible for the costs and compensate them for the risks incurred by third parties. Lloyd`s Open Form[1] which is now generally reduced in LOF and formerly the standard form of the salvage agreement (Lloyd`s) standard certification form is a standard contract for search and rescue operations at sea. Originally founded at the end of the 19th century, the form is published by Lloyd`s of London and is the most widely used form for rescue at sea. The 1980 FSA revision resulted in a significant change in environmental protection. To remedy this situation, The 1980 Lloyd`s Open Form provided that a damaged oil tanker could hire emergency services and guarantee a reward, provided the rescuer exercised the necessary diligence to protect the marine environment from pollution. This innovation was successful and the international community was so enthusiastic and impressed that a few years later, the 1989 bailout agreement came into force and this new idea of the LOF came into force. Specifically, Articles 13 and 14 of the Convention provide the modern basis for determining the amount of the reward. Frequent short phrases: 1-400, 401-800, 801-1200, More than the 1989 convention was a success, the House of Lords decision in The Nagazaki Spirit (s) showed that it was poorly drafted in some places and that it did not always provide for adequate reimbursement of rescuers. The international shipping industry has engaged with the compensated “P-I Clubs” (s) Protection and Insurance Clubs, in French “Insurance and Compensation Club” in 2000, for the development of the new SCOPIC form (an acronym for Special Compensation – P-I Clubs, in French “Special Compensation for Insurance Insurance and Compensation Clubs”), a kodicille that could be joined by the LOF to remedy the shortcomings of the 1989 agreement.


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