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General Agency Agreement

01 December 2017

The general agency agreement has been developed for the provision of selected agency services over a period of time in a defined territory or area. It is designed for use in all trades and can be adapted to suit parties’ individual needs. This contract was published in December 2017 and is the latest edition. Copyright in the General Agency Agreement is held by FONASBA. The publishers are BIMCO and FONASBA.

FONASBA Standard Liner and General Agency Agreement

20 September 2016

The Standard Liner and General Agency Agreement was published by FONASBA (the Federation of National Associations of Ship Brokers and Agents) and approved by BIMCO in 2001. It is a contract between the liner principal and its agent and governs, for example, the obligations of and payments to the agent. The latest contract for long term agency agreements, published in 2017, can be found under the General Agency Agreement.

FONASBA Sub Agency Agreement

20 September 2016

The Sub-Agency Agreement was published by FONASBA (the Federation of National Associations of Ship Brokers and Agents) and approved by BIMCO in1998. It is a contract for the appointment by a general agent of a sub-agent on behalf of a liner principal. The current edition of this contract is FONASBA Sub-Agency Agreement, issued in 1998.

BIMCO rules

29 June 2017

As adopted at the General Meeting in Athens, May 2019

WORLDFOOD 2017

30 November 2017

The United Nations World Food Programme Voyage Charter Party, WORLDFOOD 2017, is a BIMCO approved document to which the UN World Food Programme holds the copyright. The contract is used for shipments of food to emergency areas to save the lives of victims of war, civil conflict and natural disasters. The WORLDFOODRECEIPT 2017 is its accompanying contract of carriage. The latest edition of this contract is WORLDFOOD 2017. 

RESPONSECON

14 June 2017

RESPONSECON is an international spill response contract for hire of clean-up services and equipment following a spill of oil or other hazardous or noxious substances. The contract should not be used for spills occuring in the US – for such spills see US RESPONSECON. The latest edition of this contract is RESPONSECON, issued in 2017. Use of the contract is free of charge, but below Conditions of Use apply. Copyright in RESPONSECON is held by BIMCO.

SUPPLYTIME 2017

20 September 2016

SUPPLYTIME is a time charter party for offshore support vessels. It operates on a knock for knock liability regime, which means that each party agrees to bear responsibility for and indemnify the other in respect of loss of or damage to their own property, and injury to or death of their own personnel, regardless of fault. The latest edition of this contract is SUPPLYTIME 2017. Copyright in SUPPLYTIME 2017 is held by BIMCO.