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  1. Solomon Islands - Seafarers - Law, Act

    Maritime Safety Administration Act 2009 (Act No. 6 of 2009). - Act on-line [large file]

    Adoption: 2009-04-02 | Date of entry into force: 2009-05-08 | SLB-2009-L-85454

    Establishes the Solomon Islands Maritime Safety Administration Authority, sets out its powers and functions, which include the application and administration of the Shipping Act 1998, and provides for the management of maritime infrastructures and implementation of maritime conventions and agreements. Repeals the following:
    - the Shipping Act (Cap. 163) (No. 16 of 1966) upon notice by the Minister in the Gazette;
    - the Merchant Shipping (Fees) Act, 1913;
    - the Light Dues and Harbours Act, 1923; and
    - the Seamen Discipline (Admiralty Transport) Act, 1918

    The following Regulations remain in force following the repeal of the Shipping Act:
    - the Shipping Regulations;
    - the Shipping (Dangerous Goods) Regulations;
    - the Shipping (Notifications) Regulations, 1997 (LN 73/97); and
    - the Maritime Security Regulations 2004 (LN 145/06).

  2. Solomon Islands - Seafarers - Law, Act

    Shipping Act (No. 5 of 1998). - Act-on-line Act on-line

    Adoption: 1998 | SLB-1998-L-71920

    Part I. Preliminary
    Part II. National character and flag
    Part III. Registration of vessels
    Part IV. Safety
    Part V. Seamen's and pilot's certificates
    Part VI. Seamen's employment
    Part VII. Seaman's welfare
    Part VIII. Marine navigation aids
    Part IX. Small craft
    Part X. Wreck and salvage
    Part XI. Maritime rights and liabilities
    Part XII. Arrest, forfeiture and forced sale of vessels
    Part XIII. Legal proceedings


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