B. After the first three original copies were taken on board the ship, two original copies will remain with the employer/employer representative. The original 4th and 5th copies would not have signatures made by the master or sailor on board the ship. The fourth original copy is kept by the employer/employer representative. The last, the 5th original copy, is transmitted by the employer/employer as soon as possible and, in any event, no later than 48 hours of signing a sailor to the shipping company concerned to the ship`s master concerned. The agreement must not cover the requirements of the advance – attributions and other provisions contrary to the law. The master made the copy of the agreement available to the crew members. Any modification of a crew agreement is only valid if it is carried out with the agreement of all parties involved and is certified by the ship`s captain in India or by an Indian consular officer outside India. According to a Congressional Act of 1790, the agreement was a document required by each ship sailing for a foreign port, and for any vessel of 50 tons or more related to an inland port, with the exception of a ship in a neighbouring state. Fishermen who worked in the fishing industry also had to sign boat articles and were entitled to the same privileges and rules as seafarers. The document included the signatures of the master and each crew member (or his signature) and was considered a separate contract for each person undersigned.
It provided legal evidence not only of the nature and duration of the trip, but also of the obligations to be fulfilled and the wages due. A copy of the items authenticated by the collector was to be taken on board by the master and should, if necessary, be presented to any consul or commercial agent with whom a complaint has been filed. Since a new contract was required for each trip (and they were not recalled by customs), these documents are often present in maritime collections. They are one of the most valuable and extensive sources of research and provide important information on a wide range of maritime issues. This agreement is based on Article VII, Section 1, paragraph 1, of the Fund`s statutes, which authorizes the Fund to borrow from Fund members or other sources if it believes that such measures are appropriate to replenish its holdings in a member`s currency on the General Resources Account (ARG). For example, the content of the JCT Standard Building Contract (SBC) contract articles below is more detailed. Unless otherwise agreed between New Zealand and the Fund, all subscriptions, exchanges and payments of capital and interest under this agreement at the exchange rates of the currencies concerned are made in accordance with the SDR established pursuant to Article XIX, Section 7, point a), the Fund and the Fund`s rules and rules for the second working day of the Fund prior to the date of the transfer, exchange or payment date. In the recitals, the agreement is relegated to the background with factual details on the basis of the contract. Seven recitals describe what is needed and what has happened. This section outlines aspects of the contract that specifically relate to the project to which the contract relates.
This is a timetable for the variables in the agreement and the conditions. It is important that the variables are consistent with the appropriate operating mechanism in the agreement, conditions and schedules, as disputes may arise when one of the contracting parties applies the contract guidance without appropriate reference to the operating clause.