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The York-Antwerp Rules 1974

Rule of interpretation.

Rule A.

Rule B.

Rule C.

Rule D.

Rule E.

Rule F.

Rule G.

Rule I. Jettison of cargo.

Rule II. Damage by jettison and sacrifice for the common safety.

Rule III. Extinguishing fire on shipboard.

Rule IV. Cutting away wreck.

Rule V. Voluntary stranding.

Rule VI. Salvage remuneration.

Rule VII. Damage to machinery and boilers.

Rule VIII. Expenses lightening a ship when ashore, and consequent damage.

Rule IX. Ship's material and stores burnt for fuel.

Rule X. Expenses at port of refuge etc.

Rule XI. Wages and maintenance of crew and other expenses bearing up for and in a port of refuge, etc.

Rule XII. Damage to cargo in discharging, etc.

Rule XIII. Deductions from cost of repairs.

Rule XIV. Temporary repairs.

Rule XV. Loss of freight.

Rule XVI. Amount to be made good for cargo lost or damaged by sacrifice.

Rule XVII. Contributory values.

Rule XVIII. Damage to ship.

Rule XIX. Undeclared or wrongfully declared cargo.

Rule XX. Provision of funds.

Rule XXI. Interest on losses made good in general average.

Rule XXII. Treatment of cash deposits.

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Rule XI. Wages and maintenance of crew and other expenses bearing up for and in a port of refuge, etc.

(a) Wages and maintenance of master, officers and crew reasonably incurred and fuel and stores consumed during the prolongation of the voyage occasioned by a ship entering a port or place of refuge or returning to her port or place of loading shall be admitted as general average when the expenses of entering such port or place are allowable in general average in accordance with Rule X(a).

(b) When a ship shall have entered or been detained in any port or place in consequence of accident, sacrifice or other extraordinary circumstances which render that necessary for the common safety, or to enable damage to the ship caused by sacrifice or accident to be repaired, if the repairs were necessary for the safe prosecution of the voyage, the wages and maintenance of the master, officers, and crew reasonably incurred during the extra period of detention in such port or place until the ship shall or should have been made ready to proceed upon her voyage, shall be admitted in general average.

Provided that when damage to the ship is discovered at a port or place of loading or call without any accident or other extraordinary circumstance connected with such damage having taken place during the voyage, then the wages and maintenance of master, officers and crew and fuel and stores consumed during the extra detention for repairs to damage so discovered shall not be admissible as general average, even if the repairs are necessary for the safe prosecution of the voyage.

When the ship is condemned or does not proceed on her original voyage, wages and maintenance of the master, officers and crew and fuel and stores consumed shall be admitted as general average only up to the date of the ship's condemnation or of the abandonment of the voyage or up to the date of completion of discharge of cargo if the condemnation or abandonment takes place before that date.

Fuel and stores consumed during the extra period of detention shall be admitted as general average, except such fuel and stores as are consumed in effecting repairs not allowable in general average.

Port charges incurred during the extra period of detention shall likewise be admitted as general average except such charges as are incurred solely by reason of repairs not allowable in general average.

(c) For the purpose of this and the other Rules wages shall include all payments made to or for the benefit of the master, officers and crew, whether such payments be imposed by law upon the shipowners or be made under the terms or articles of employment.

(d) When overtime is paid to the master, officers or crew for maintenance of the ship or repairs, the cost of which is not allowable in general average, such overtime shall be allowed in general average only up to the saving in expense which would have been incurred and admitted as general average, had such overtime not been incurred.


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