Seamen`s Articles Of Agreement Convention 1926

The 1926 Sailors` Convention is a convention of the International Labour Organization. The International Labour Organization (ILO) holds information on the number of seafarers and compliance with conventions by Jersey shipowners. This agreement is still in force in Jersey, but all vessels holding the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC), 2006 Compliance Documents, are deemed to be compliant with this Convention. This agreement applies to international merchant vessels with more than 100 gross tons. By 2013, the convention had been ratified by 60 states. Of the countries that have ratified the treaty, 15 have denounced the treaty. After deciding to adopt some proposals for the articles of the seafarers` agreements,… If they have not yet done so, owners and captains must send the following information to the Jersey British Ship Registry: Download the Code of Conduct (Jersey) Order 1970 on the Jersey Law website (276kb).

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