Towage Agreement

(K) … Towing in normal business, and… contractual terms approved by the association… (Rule 43.3.b) However, despite the general exclusion of coverage described in Rule 43.3 for certain liabilities, expenses and expenses, coverage is available for debts, etc., incurring the registration of the vessel as a tug or similar vessel that provides wage services as part of its ordinary activities, provided that these attrition operations are governed by contractual conditions approved by the association. 10. Data protection conditions if a Clarkson Group entity (the « company ») is a party to the agreement. In most cases, the towing vessel requires the convenience store master to enter into an express towing contract before declaring himself ready to perform the towing operations. However, even in the absence of an agreement or formal contract, the existence of a contract may be implied because of the conduct of the parties and an earlier transaction between the parties may be important in determining the form and terms of such a contract. Where such an implied relationship is established in accordance with the contract, liability is generally based on the terms of this contract, as interpreted by its applicable law, and not on the principles of the unlawful act described above. Most towing contracts are either responsible for a towing operation or the responsibility is divided between the tug and the train vessel on the basis of knock-for-knock.1 These conditions can be replaced or supplemented by the law or by local laws of the country where the claim is invoked. (E) The association does not cover debts, losses, costs or expenses resulting from or as a result of a towing contract for the ship…

(Article 43.2) No coverage is available for debts, losses, etc., which occur when the vessel is towed under a contract. However, the debts, costs and expenses resulting from these transactions are covered if they are the result of a contract entered into during the ordinary transaction of the vessel or, in other circumstances, where the terms of the contract have been approved by the association. Although the contractual terms must in principle be approved by the association before the tractor begins, the association has recognized that the terms and conditions set out in Rule 43.3 notes are conditions approved by the association for coverage purposes, unless these conditions are substantially changed. These standard terms are: Towage requires expertise and often requires special equipment. A vessel that is not a fully equipped tug is unlikely to have the equipment or crew to ensure the safety of the tow, and errors in assessment or equipment error may result in the loss of the tug and cargo and expose the member to high demands, not just by the owners of the tug and tug. but also authorities requesting the removal of the wreckage.