Article Of Agreement For Employment Of Seafarers

Every sailor is entitled to a fair terms of employment and: – the conditions of employment of a sailor must be defined or described in a clear and legally enforceable written agreement and must comply with the standards established by the code. Standard A2.1.6 refers to short-term or unrepated termination of the employment contract for compassionate or urgent reasons. In this case, a penalty as a deduction of the salaries of sailors, the replacement fee the flight fare will not be imposed on the sailor. In the 17th and 18th centuries, privateers and pirates developed into an authority independent of the laws of each nation. Although there was no consistency among these articles, there were common topics known as “The Pirate Code” or “Jamaica Discipline.” [12] In addition to cash payments, seafarers on board ships traditionally received accommodation (docked station), meals (food and care), medical care (flight attendant) [13] and sometimes also laundry services or a premium for alcohol. This is how many times expressed in boat articles as so “a month and found”. [14] [15] In addition, the employment contract should meet the conditions under which a sailor is allowed to be repatriated in accordance with Liberian rules. In the case above, Liberian legislation does not provide for the repatriation of seafarers. The AES is a contractual agreement between each crew member and the ship`s owner, representative or owner. (In most cases, the owner has little to do with yacht management; since many yachts are owned by a company and operated by a management company, we will now only go to the “employer” to cover all three units.) Boat items developed as part of the law merchant (Lex mercatoria). Early commercial vessels were often cooperative efforts in which the crew or some members contributed to the initial costs of the vessel, cargo and operation; and the payment was made at the end of the share trip.

As a result, all crew members were considered participants in the company, even if they contributed only to work. [10] This has been widely recognized under the legal concept of a “community of common hands” (total hand in German, comunidad in mano in Spanish).