POOLCON B is designed for the use of tramp pools used in the dry and liquid materials trade under charter, cash charter or third-party charter contracts. It regulates the relationship between owners who bring their vessels into the pool and pool managers and regulates administrative and procedural issues relating to the operation of the pool, as well as the allocation of the respective commitments and obligations of the parties. As an agency agreement, there is no time charter relationship between participants and pool managers. The last edition of this contract is POOLCON B, issued in 2014. The copyrights in POOLCON B are from BIMCO. The model shipbuilding control agreement, dubbed Superman, clearly defines the obligations and obligations of ship managers in providing control services for a new construction project. It is an agency agreement in which the supervisory authorities act for and on behalf of the owners. SUPERMAN is the SHIPMAN 2009 imitating and contains the same structure of accountability rules. Payment is made on a “fresher fee” basis. The last edition of this contract is SUPERMAN, issued in 2016.
The copyrights of SUPERMAN are from BIMCO. Ordinary, poorly directed co-secure arrows are not stand-alone covers. This means that the P-I Club only pays if the owner is responsible and only to that extent. If the owner is not responsible, the manager does not have insurance coverage for the P-I insurance. If the owner has been able to limit his liability and the manager not, the manager will have to pay for the surplus. Therefore, if the manager wants to be insured not only for the actions of the owner, but also for his own actions, he needs full co-insurance. Notwithstanding the provisions, the Chief Operating Officer devotes a sufficient amount of his time, resources and personnel to the provision of the services provided by this agreement at all times, and for the duration of the agreement, the Chief Operating Officer gives priority to the vessel (s) the search for a job and a charter over all other vessels that are or are currently under the direction of the managers. It now consists of eight parts that each deal with one of the functions normally performed by ship managers. “Crewing” has become a crew management and its conditions have been improved to bring them into compliance with the relevant parts of the crew contract.