INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SALVAGE (1989) - FINAL ACT OF THE CONFERENCE AND CONVENTION ON SALVAGE
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This is the official publication by the International Maritime Organization. The text of the subject Convention is preceded by the text of the Final Act as stated in the title of the document. These two parts make the main portion of the publication. There are three attachments to the main part.
The first attachment provides clarification on the Articles 13 and 14 of the Convention, and the second one contains the resolution related to the York-Antwerp Rules. Finally, the closing part of the book deals with the international cooperation for the purpose of effective implementation of the provisions of the Convention. In the text of this document, the term salvage shall be understood as the activity that is taking place to provide assistance to a ship of other facility being in danger at sea.
This and other important terms are explained in the first article of the Convention. The second article provides information on the application of the Convention; it shall be noted that it is not applicable to the offshore facilities, such as the mobile drilling units and platforms. The publication shall be read and understood by everyone engaged in the maritime shipping industry of today, as necessary.
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