Regulation On The Loading And Unloading Times As Well As The Demurrage In Inland Waterway Transport

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Lade- und Löschzeiten sowie das Liegegeld in der Binnenschifffahrt

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Regulation on loading and unloading times and mooring in inland waterway transport (loading and unloading schedule-BinSchLV)

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BinSchLV

Date of issue: 23.11.1999

Full quote:

" Load and Delete Time Ordinance, as amended by the 25. January 2010 (BGBl. I p. 62) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 25.1.2010 I 62

For details, see Notes

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence: 11.12.1999 + + +), for more information on the stand. name="BJNR238900999BJNG000101140 " />

Section 1
Dry Shipping

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§ 1 Start of Load Time

(1) If the contract of carriage relates to the transport of, inter alia, liquid or gaseous material, the loading time shall begin at the end of the day on which the freight forwarder indicates the readiness to load the sender or the agreed point of registration.(2) If the parties have agreed that the time of loading shall be reported, the loading period shall start from the date specified in the prior declaration, by way of derogation from paragraph 1, two hours. However, it is a condition that the pre-notification is at least eight hours before the date of notification to the sender or the agreed point of registration and that the carrier is ready for loading at the time of the notified date.(3) If, on the day on which the carrier indicates his readiness to load, or if, in the case of an advance notification, the load is ready to be loaded before the expiry of the period of two hours after the notified date, the loading time shall begin with the beginning of the charging period. of charging. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 duration of load time

(1) The load time is one hour for each 45 tons of gross weight of the ship determined for a ship. Send. A vessel within the meaning of the first sentence shall also be regarded as a body of thrust or coupling.(2) When calculating the load time, the following times do not occur in the approach:
1.
Sundays and state-approved public holidays at the load point,
2.
on weekdays between 8:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.,
3.
the time when for reasons that are (
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2 (1) and (2) shall not apply to the extent that the carrier, during the periods referred to in this paragraph, is agreed upon or on the instructions of the The sender or the reporting point is ready to load. Unofficial table of contents

§ 3 Delete Time

For determining the beginning of the unloading time (deletion time) and its duration, § § 1 and 2 shall be applied in accordance with the proviso that the recipient shall be replaced by the sender. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Loan money

(1) The amount of the cash owed to the carrier in the case of a ship with a load-bearing capacity is up to 1 500 tonnes for each hour at which the carrier is waiting at the end of the loading or unloading period, EUR 0.05 per tonne of load-bearing capacity. In the case of a ship with a carrying capacity of more than 1 500 tonnes, the reclining allowance for each hour commenced shall be EUR 75 plus EUR 0.02 for each tonne of over 1 500 tonnes.(2) In calculating the recumberation allowance, the hours shall not be taken into account in which, for reasons attributable to the risk area of the carrier, the loading or unloading of any kind of goods is impossible.(3) A vessel within the meaning of paragraph 1 shall also be regarded as a thrust or coupling assembly.

Section 2
tanker shipping

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§ 5 Start of loading and unloading

(1) If the contract of carriage is the object of the carriage of liquid goods by a tanker, the loading and unloading operations begin Delete time at the time when the carrier indicates loading or unloading readiness. However, it is necessary for the carrier to advance the time of loading or unloading at least eight hours before the date of loading. Prior registration and notification must be sent to the sender or to the agreed registration office on Mondays to Fridays between 7.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. or Saturdays between 7.00 a.m. and 13.00 a.m.(2) If the carrier has not been preceded by the date of loading or unloading, or has not been preceded by the deadline, the time limit shall begin in the date referred to in Article 1 (1) or, if it is loaded or deleted before that date, with the beginning of the Loading or unloading. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Duration of loading and erasing

(1) The total loading and unloading time in the tanker shipping is one for one Ship specific shipment with a weight
up to 1 100 tons 24 hours,
up to 1 500 tons 26 hours,
up to 2 000 tons 28 hours if the ship is a double-hull tanker, otherwise 30 hours.
The dispatch of more than 2 000 tonnes will increase the loading and unloading time by six hours for each additional 1 000 tonnes of charge. In the case of a programme of more than 5 000 tonnes, the loading and unloading time shall be increased by four hours for each additional 1 000 tonnes. The required heating-up time is calculated on the loading and unloading time. A vessel within the meaning of the first sentence shall also be regarded as a body of thrust or coupling.(2) If the minimum pump capacity of the tanker is less than 200 cubic metres per hour, the loading and unloading time to be used in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be increased by the time corresponding to the effective hourly performance during the loading and unloading operations.(3) In the calculation of the loading and unloading time, the time actually required for loading and unloading is to be determined separately; trapped hours, which are required for the determination of the actually required charging time and the actual required loading time. Erasure time, are to be rounded up to full hours. Not in approach are the following times:
1.
in case of loading Sundays and state-approved general holidays at the loading site, in the case of extinguishing Sundays and government-approved general public holidays at the extinguishing site,
2.
on working days following a Sunday or a public holiday at the loading or unloading point, the time between 0.00 am and 7.00 am, on a Saturday and on the 24th and 31. In addition, the time between 13.00 and 24.00,
3.
is the time in which the loading or loading of the carrier is due to reasons that are attributable to the risk area of the carrier. It is impossible to unload any kind of good.
Sentence 2 (1) and (2) shall not apply to the extent that the carrier is ready to charge or extinguishers during the periods specified therein or at the instructions of the Reporting Office or of the sender. Non-tampering table of contents

§ 7 Lounger allowance

(1) The amount of the cash owed to the carrier (s) is for each hour at which the carrier is in the Cargo carrier waits after loading and unloading time, for tankers with a load-bearing capacity
up to 500 tons 25 euros,
up to 1 000 tons 54 euros,
up to 1 500 tons 75 euros,
more than 1 500 tonnes 75 euros plus 10 euros per additional 500 tonnes of interest.
(2) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the amount of money to be used for each hour of the hour is Double-hull tankers with a load-bearing capacity
up to 500 tons 60 euros,
up to 1 000 tons 80 euros,
up to 1 500 tons 100 euros,
over 1 500 tonnes 100 euros plus 20 euros per additional 500 tonnes of interest.
(3) When calculating the recumberation allowance, the hours in which they are based are not to be taken into account Reasons to be attributed to the risk area of the carrier, the loading or unloading of any kind of good is impossible.(4) As a ship within the meaning of this provision, a thrust or coupling assembly shall also be considered.

Section 3
Entry into force

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§ 8 (Entry into force)