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Question Listing for Vessel Intendid Registration
Question:
Can I obtain a Certificate of Registry for a vessel under construction?
Answer:
A vessel may receive a Certificate of Intended Registry during the period that it is under construction. This allows certain asset-based lending procedures to be accomplished before the vessel's delivery date, and may also be useful in obtaining an export license. Virtually all lenders require that where a vessel is under construction and pledged as security for the owner's debt, it be granted a form of certificate identifying it as part of the financing process. The financing divisions of shipyards are often familiar with local lenders specializing in the financing of ship construction.

In many countries where ships are built, it is possible to obtain loans during the construction period, secured by a lien on the vessel under construction and sometimes by an assignment of the construction contract and other collateral. In such cases, it is important that the prospective flag chosen by the future owner be acceptable to the lender, the yard, and the classification society.

The issuance of a Certificate of Intended Registry may be useful to the parties to such a transaction, prior to the vessel's delivery.

Question:
How do I apply for a Certificate of Intended Registration of Newbuilding?
Answer:
To obtain a Certificate of Intended Registry of Newbuilding During Construction at a Builder's Yard, the prospective owner should submit an application on Form RLM-101B, indicating its intention to qualify as such under Section 51 of the Maritime Law, or if not, its intent to dispose of the vessel upon its completion.

A Certificate of Intended Registry of Newbuilding During Construction at Builder's Yard will be issued upon acceptance of the application, the shipbuilder's letter and payment of the required fee. This Certificate is valid for the period of construction or until the expected date of delivery, whichever is later.

Question:
What other documentation do I need for the Intended Registration Certificate?
Answer:
The prospective owner of a newbuilding must also provide, together with the application and fees, a letter from the ship yard or builder of the vessel (commonly called a Shipbuilders Letter), confirming:
  1. that a contract has been signed between the proposed owner and the yard;
  2. the date of such contract;
  3. the vessel's hull number;
  4. the expected date of delivery; and
  5. the estimated gross tonnage.

The application, fees and shipbuilder's letter should be sent to the following address:

Vessel Registration
LISCR, LLC
99 Park Ave., Suite 1700
New York, NY 10016-1601, USA

Question:
What are the fees for a Certificate of Intended Registration?
Answer:
Certificate of Intended Registry Fee: $2,700.00.

A check for this amount should be made payable to The Office of the Deputy Commissioner of Maritime Affairs, R.L. (This fee includes a charge of $200.00 to cover the administrative expense of issuing and delivering the Certificate of Intended Registry.)

Credit: $2,500.00.

This amount will be credited toward the vessel's Initial Registration Fee, when it is registered under the Liberian Flag, upon delivery of the vessel to owner.

If the newbuilding is not registered under the Liberian Flag, a letter of Deletion of the Intended Registry Notation will be issued, with a refund of 50% of the Intended Registry Fee.


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