Port State Control Detention Over Two Hour Temporary Defect Upheld

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In a decision handed down last week, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal upheld a PortState Control decision to detain a ship for a defect which was rectified within approximately two hours of the inspection. Whilst the detention was only in force for one day, it will remain on the ship’s inspection record permanently.

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Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, General Business Updates, International Trade Updates, Maritime Updates, Transportation Updates

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