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Agency Appointment Agreement

09 January 2017

The agency appointment agreement provides a set of standard provisions for appointing an agent for a one-off port call. The agreement is concluded between the agent and a shipowner, ship operator, charterer or manager, and it sets out the services to be performed and the remuneration to be paid. This contract was published 9 January 2017 and is the latest edition. Copyright in the Agency Appointment Agreement is held by FONASBA. The publishers are BIMCO and FONASBA.

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.

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.

POOLCON B

20 September 2016

POOLCON B is designed for use by tramp pools operating in the dry and liquid bulk trades under contracts of affreightment, spot or time charters to third parties. It governs the relationship between owners entering their ships into the pool and the pool managers and regulates administrative and procedural matters covering pool operations together with the allocation of respective party liabilities and obligations. As an agency agreement, there is no time charter relationship between participants and pool managers. The latest edition of this contract is POOLCON B, issued in 2014. Copyright in POOLCON B is held by BIMCO.

SUPERMAN

17 October 2016

The Standard Agreement for the Supervision of Vessel Construction, codenamed SUPERMAN, clearly sets out a ship managers’ duties and obligations when providing supervision services to a newbuilding project. It is an agency based agreement whereby the supervisors act for and on behalf of the owners. SUPERMAN is modelled on SHIPMAN 2009 and includes the same structure of liability provisions. Payment is on a “cost plus fee” basis. The latest edition of this contract is SUPERMAN, issued in 2016. Copyright in SUPERMAN is held by BIMCO.