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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.

Endnotes

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Rule XVII. Contributory values.

The contribution to a general average shall be made upon the actual net value of the property at the termination of the adventure except that the value of cargo shall be the value at the time of discharge, ascertained from the commercial invoice rendered to the receiver or if there is no such invoice from the shipped value. The value of the cargo shall include the cost of insurance and freight unless and insofar as such freight is at the risk of interests other than the cargo, deducting therefrom any loss or damage suffered by the cargo prior to or at the time of discharge. The value of the ship shall be assessed without taking into account the beneficial or detrimental effect of any demise or time charter-party to which the ship may be committed.

To these values shall be added the amount made good as general average for property sacrificed, if not already included, deduction being made from the freight and passage money at risk of such charges and crew's wages as would not have been incurred in earning the freight had the ship and cargo been totally lost at the date of the general average act and have not been allowed as general average; deduction being also made from the value of the property of all extra charges incurred in respect thereof subsequently to the general average act, except such charges as are allowed in general average.

Where cargo is sold short of destination, however, it shall contribute upon the actual net proceeds of sale, with the addition of any amount made good as general average.

Passenger's luggage and personal effects not shipped under bill of lading shall not contribute in general average.


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