Re-forming distorted steel to its original form or shape. Fender Any device used to absorb and distribute shock and to prevent chafing between a vessel and another object.
The Contracting Governments undertake to communicate to and deposit with the Organization: Each Contracting Government agrees to make its strength standards available to any other Contracting Government, upon request. Article 27 Signature, acceptance and accession 1. The present Convention shall remain open for signature for three months from 5 April and shall thereafter remain open for accession.
Acceptance or accession shall be effected by the deposit of an instrument of acceptance or accession with the Organization which shall inform all Governments that have signed the Convention or acceded to it of each new acceptance or accession and of the date of its deposit.
Article 28 Coming into Loadline convention 1. The present Convention shall come into force twelve months after the date on which not less than fifteen Governments of States, including seven each with not less than one million gross tons of shipping, have Loadline convention without reservation as to acceptance or deposited instruments of acceptance or accession in accordance with Article For Governments which have deposited an instrument of acceptance of or accession to the present Convention during the twelve months mentioned in paragraph 1 of this Article, the acceptance or accession shall take effect on the coming into force of the present Convention or three months after the date of deposit of the instrument of acceptance or accession, whichever is the later date.
For Governments which have deposited an instrument of acceptance of or accession to the present Convention after the date on which it comes into force, the Convention shall come into force three months after the date of the deposit of such instrument.
After the date on which all the measures required to bring an amendment to the present Convention into force have been completed, or all necessary acceptances are deemed to have been given under sub-paragraph b of paragraph 2 of Article 29 in case of amendment by unanimous acceptance, any instrument of acceptance or accession deposited shall be deemed to apply to the Convention as amended.
The present Convention may be amended upon the proposal of a Contracting Government by any of the procedures specified in this Article. Amendment by unanimous acceptance a Upon the request of a Contracting Government, any amendment proposed by it to the present Convention shall be communicated by the Organization to all Contracting Governments for consideration with a view to unanimous acceptance.
A Contracting Government which does not communicate its acceptance or rejection of the amendment to the Organization within three years of its first communication by the latter shall be deemed to have accepted the amendment.
Amendment after consideration in the Organization a Upon the request of a Contracting Government, any amendment proposed by it to the present Convention will be considered in the Organization. If adopted by a majority of two-thirds of those present and voting in the Maritime Safety Committee of the Organization, such amendment shall be communicated to all Members of the Organization and all Contracting Governments at least six months prior to its consideration by the Assembly of the Organization.
The amendment shall come into force with respect to all Contracting Governments except those which, before it comes into force, make a declaration that they do not accept the amendment. This determination shall be subject to the prior acceptance of two-thirds of the Contracting Governments to the present Convention.
Amendment by a conference a Upon the request of a Contracting Government, concurred in by at least one-third of the Contracting Governments, a conference of Governments will be convened by the Organization to consider amendments to the present Convention.
Any amendments to the present Convention made under this Article which relate to the structure of a ship shall apply only to ships the keels of which are laid, or which are at a similar stage of construction, on or after the date on which the amendment comes into force. The Organization shall inform all Contracting Governments of any amendments which come into force under this Article, together with the date on which each such amendment will come into force.
Any acceptance or declaration under this Article shall be made by a notification in writing to the Organization which shall notify all Contracting Governments of the receipt of the acceptance or declaration. Amendments must be adopted by a two-thirds majority of Parties to the Convention present and voting.
Amendments enter into force six months after the deemed date of acceptance - which must be at least a year after the date of communication of adoption of amendments unless they are rejected by one-third of Parties. Usually, the date from adoption to deemed acceptance is two years.
Article 30 Denunciation 1. The present Convention may be denounced by any Contracting Government at any time after the expiry of five years from the date on which the Convention comes into force for that Government. Denunciation shall be effected by a notification in writing addressed to the Organization which shall inform all the other Contracting Governments of any such notification received and of the date of its receipt.
A denunciation shall take effect one year, or such longer period as may be specified in the notification, after its receipt by the Organization. Article 31 Suspension 1. In case of hostilities or other extraordinary circumstances which affect the vital interests of a State the Government of which is a Contracting Government, that Government may suspend the operation of the whole or any part of the present Convention.
The suspending Government shall immediately give notice of any such suspension to the Organization. Such suspension shall not deprive other Contracting Governments of any right of control under the present Convention over the ships of the suspending Government when such ships are within their ports.
The suspending Government may at any time terminate such suspension and shall immediately give notice of such termination to the Organization. The Organization shall notify all Contracting Governments of any suspension or termination of suspension under this Article.
The Organization shall inform all the Contracting Governments of the extension of the present Convention to any territories under paragraph 1 of this Article, and of the termination of any such extension under the provisions of paragraph 2stating in each case the date from which the present Convention has been or will cease to be so extended.
Article 33 Registration 1.A harmonized system of survey and certification covering international shipping regulations adopted by the International Maritime Organization enters into force on 3 February Page 5 3. Selection of valve Size According to rules the vent system shall be calculated to ensure that the capacity is large enough for the tank to withstand the pressure in an overflow situation.
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