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CHAPTER 37 Pollution

Bareboat Charters

37 Pollution 37.1 The financial consequences of a major oil pollution incident are potentially of great concern both to owners and charterers of a bareboat chartered ship. As discussed in Chapter 35 above, a finance lessor will be concerned in particular to establish its potential liabilities as part of its assessment of the risks associated with the transaction, and thus needs to be aware of the applicable legislation currently in force.

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