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Merchant Shipping (Civil Liability and Compensation for Oil Pollution) Act
(Chapter 180, Section 32)
Merchant Shipping (Civil Liability and Compensation for Oil Pollution) (Compulsory Insurance) Regulations
Rg 1
G.N. No. S 465/1998
REVISED EDITION 2000
(31st January 2000)
[18th September 1998]
Citation
1.  These Regulations may be cited as the Merchant Shipping (Civil Liability and Compensation for Oil Pollution) (Compulsory Insurance) Regulations.
Definition
2.  In these Regulations, “certificate” means a certificate issued by the Director under section 14 of the Act.
Fees
3.  The fees specified in the second column of the Schedule shall be payable to the Director in respect of the matters specified in the first column thereof.
Cancellation and delivery up of certificates
4.
—(1)  Where, at any time while a certificate is in force, the person to whom the certificate has been issued ceases to be the owner of the ship to which the certificate relates, he shall forthwith deliver up the certificate to the Director and in such a case the certificate shall be cancelled by the Director.
(2)  Where, at any time while a certificate is in force, it is established in any legal proceedings that the contract of insurance or other security in respect of which the certificate was issued is or may be treated as invalid, the certificate may be cancelled by the Director and, if so cancelled, shall on demand forthwith be delivered up to the Director by the person to whom it was issued.
(3)  Where, at any time while a certificate is in force, circumstances arise in relation to the insurer or guarantor named in the certificate (or, where more than one is so named, to any of them) such that, if the certificate were applied for at that time, the Director would be entitled to refuse the application under section 14(2) of the Act, the certificate may be cancelled by the Director and, if so cancelled, shall on demand forthwith be delivered up to the Director by the person to whom it was issued.
Penalty for non-delivery
5.  Any person who fails to deliver up a certificate as required under regulation 4 shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $10,000.