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Original name: Lov om sjøfarten. [Sjøloven - sjøl.]
Name: The Norwegian Maritime Code (Act No. 39 of 1994).
Country: Norway
Subject(s): Seafarers
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 1994-07-24
Entry into force:
ISN: NOR-1994-L-88374
Bibliography: Code on-line in English Code on-line in English University of Oslo, Norway PDF Unofficial English Translation PDF Unofficial English Translation (consulted on 2011-11-07)
Abstract/Citation: PART I - SHIPS
Chapter 1. General Provisions
Chapter 2. Registration of Ships
Chapter 3. Mortgages on Ships, etc.
Chapter 4. Arrest of Ships

PART II - SHIP MANAGEMENT
Chapter 5. Shipping Partnerships
Chapter 6. The Master
Chapter 6 A. Alcohol Influence, Dutiful Temperance etc

PART III - LIABILITY
Chapter 7. General Provisions on Liability
Chapter 8. Collisions
Chapter 9. Limitation of Liability
Chapter 10. Liability for Damage from Oil Pollution
Chapter 11. [empty chapter, included for correct numbering]
Chapter 12. Limitation Funds and Limitation Proceedings

PART IV - CONTRACTS OF CARRIAGE
Chapter 13. Carriage of General Cargo
Chapter 14. Chartering of Ships
Chapter 15. Carriage of Passengers and their Luggage

PART V - MARINE ACCIDENTS
Chapter 16. Salvage
Chapter 17. General Average
Chapter 18. Maritime inquiries of maritime accidents, maritime law assessment

PART VI - OTHER PROVISIONS
Chapter 19. Statutory Limitation
Chapter 20. Miscellaneous Provisions
Chapter 21. Mobile Platforms, etc.

PART VII - CONCLUDING PROVISIONS
Chapter 22. Concluding Provisions [repeals the Maritime Code of 1893]
Amending text(s):

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