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United Nations (UNCTAD) Minimum Standards For Shipping Agents (1988)

Introduction

Article 1 - Objectives

Article 2 - Definitions

Article 3 - Professional qualifications

Article 4 - Financial qualifications

Article 5 - Code of professional conduct

Article 6 - Enforcement

Article 7 - Compliance

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United Nations (UNCTAD) Minimum Standards For Shipping Agents (1988)

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United Nations (UNCTAD) Minimum Standards For Shipping Agents (1988)

Introduction

The following Minimum Standards were prepared by the UNCTAD secretariat in close consultation with the organizations involved in shipping agency matters, in response to a request from the UNCTAD Ad hoc Intergovernmental Group to Consider Means of Combating all Aspects of Maritime Fraud, including Piracy. The Committee on Shipping at its thirteenth session in March 1988, having endorsed these Minimum Standards, recommended their use as appropriate. They are non-mandatory in nature and are to serve as guidelines for national authorities and professional associations in establishing their own standards.


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