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What are “control measures” an officer of the Government can impose on believing there are “clear ground” that the ship is not in compliance with ISPS-Code and the SOLAS amendments?

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What are “control measures” an officer of the Government can impose on believing there are “clear ground” that the ship is not in compliance with ISPS-Code and the SOLAS amendments?

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“Control measures”, imposed during a control of a ship in port based on clear grounds are: inspection of the ship, delaying the ship, detention of the ship, restriction of operation or expulsing the ship from port. If prior to entry into port, the officer duly authorized by the Contracting Government has clear grounds to believe that the ship is not in compliance with the security requirements, he might impose certain steps, which might include: a requirement to rectify the deficiency prior entry, inspection of the ship in a certain location outside the port or denial of entry into port.

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