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The invitation and agenda for the next meeting of the IOPC Funds’ governing bodies are available here. This meeting was rescheduled to 2 to 4 December 2020 and will be held remotely. Documents pertaining to the meeting continue to be issued with the document code IOPC/NOV20, despite the change in date.
Decision ID: 003774
In October 2010, the 1992 Fund Administrative Council decided that in relation to whether vessels involved in extended ship-to-ship or floating storage operations were to be considered ‘ships’ under the Conventions, such ‘mother’ vessels did fall within the interpretation of the definition of ‘ship’ under Article 1.1 of the 1992 Civil Liability Convention.
Categories: Financial matters, Application of the Conventions Subjects: Levying and reimbursement of contributions, Interpretation of 'ship' in Article I.1 of the 1969 and 1992 Civil Liability Conventions, Uniform application of the Conventions