(a) the application, the binder forms. Form MA-528 must submit a single war risk insurance application indicating the types of coverage for which the applicant is applying. For several vessels, only one application may be made if the application identifies each vessel to be insured and the required coverage by completing Schedules A and B of this form. A war risk protection intermediary of the types described in subsections B, C and D of that party must be listed on Form MA-942, which can be obtained from the MARAD or MARAD insurance agent. (d) in the context of purchase or sale contracts to which the risk of loss resulting from or the obligation to insure against war risks is assumed by a citizen or resident of the United States, its territory or territory or is exported from those states, their territories or its property; The Minister of Transport delegated the authority to the Maritime Administrator to delegate the functions of Minister of Transport of 46 US. Chapter 539. The maritime administrator has, according to a statement from the secretary, under 46 US. C 53902 (a) the issuance of war risk insurance on U.S. vessels under construction at shipyards in the United States. Executive Order 13045, Protection of Children from Environmental Health Risks and Safety Risks, requires agencies to adopt “economically significant” rules that involve a health or safety risk to the environment, which may disproportionately affect children, an assessment of the impact of the regulation on environmental health and safety on children. As has already been mentioned, this final rule is not economically significant and would not create a risk to the environment or to the health that disproportionately affects children. Institute Cargo Clauses (ICC) – both in 1982 and the last formulations of 2009 – are clear about the risks of war and strikes.
Insurance does not cover the damage or costs of war, civil war, revolution, rebellion, insurrection or civil war, or the hostile acts committed by or against a power of war. Nor does it cover losses or damage caused by dilapidated weapons of war. This exclusion is the same in the three ICC formulations – A, B and C. The starting point is therefore that all risks of war are excluded. An insured can cancel an open transportation policy by providing the insurance agent with at least fifteen (15) days before the desired cancellation date an application for cancellation by the insured my-304 elevator form, prescribed in . 308.524, at the same time as the original directive. The policy is revoked from the requested effective date, which, unless the marine administrator agrees otherwise, may not exceed fifteen (15) days from the date the application is received, as recognized by the insurance agent on Form MA-304, with respect to all risks that were not related prior to that date. This termination does not exempt the obligation to submit final reports on all risks associated with the cancellation before it comes into effect and to pay all unpaid premiums. Within four (4) months from the effective date of the termination, the insured must, unless the maritime administrator agrees, to submit a final report in two copies on Form MA-313, which is prescribed in .
308.533, of all shipments covered by the directive for which final reports were not submitted in advance.