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Question Listing for Vessel Registration Transfer/Cancellation
Question:
What is required to have the Certificate of Permission to Transfer issued?
Answer:
A Certificate of Permission to Transfer will be issued when all the annual tonnage taxes and fees outstanding against a vessel have been paid.
Question:
When will the Certificate of Cancellation be issued?
Answer:
A Certificate of Cancellation of Registry will be issued once the following requirements have been met:
  1. Certificate of Permission to Transfer is issued to the owner.
  2. Satisfaction of Mortgages: If the vessel is subject to one or more Preferred Ship Mortgages, hypothecations or similar charges, there must be recorded in a LISCR office, an instrument of satisfaction, release or discharge of such Preferred Mortgage or preferred lien.
  3. Fees: Payment in full of any outstanding fees, penalties or charges of whatever nature due against the vessel or her owner must be made.
  4. Surrender of Original Vessel Documents: Submission to Vessel Registration in New York, USA or to one of the Regional Offices listed in Chapter I, Section 1, of the RLM 100 the following original vessel documents:
    1. the current Liberian Certificate of Registry;
    2. the current Liberian Ship Radio Station License; and
    3. three (3) copies of the executed Bill of Sale, transferring title to the purchaser, where a change of ownership has occurred.
Question:
What type of certification will I receive when I have completed the process for transferring the vessel’s registration?
Answer:
A Certificate of Permission for Transfer.
Question:
What are the fees for this processes?
Answer:
Certificates of Permission to Transfer are issued for periods of limited validity:
  1. for ninety days - $200.00
  2. for one hundred and eighty days - $300.00

The owner in its application specifies the period of validity, and the appropriate fee is to be enclosed. The above fees also include the subsequent issuance of a Certificate of Cancellation of Registry upon compliance with Section 3 below.

Question:
What do I need to do to transfer a vessel from the Liberian Registry to another Registry or to Scrap?
Answer:
When an owner of a Liberian registered ship has entered into an agreement to sell its ship, and the purchaser has stated his or her intention to register the vessel in a flag other than Liberian, the seller submits a written request for Permission to Transfer, containing the name and domicile of the purchaser and the name of the country to which the vessel's registry will be transferred.

If the vessel is being sold for the purpose of scrapping, this must be stated in place of the new country of registry.

Question:
During the sale of a vessel, what type of "Memorandum Of Agreement" can be used to begin the process of registration or deletion?
Answer:
When preparing for the sale of a vessel, clients should pay special attention to the drafting of a Memorandum of Agreement. Many Memoranda of Agreement are prepared on forms similar or identical to the Norwegian Shipbrokers' Association's Memorandum of Agreement for Sale and Purchase of Ships adopted by the Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO), generally sold under the code name SALEFORM 1987.

Forms such as this, as well as many vessel construction contracts, usually contain a Documentation Clause (Clause 8 in the case of SALEFORM 1987), providing that the Bill of Sale or Builder's Certificate shall be "...duly notarially attested and legalized by the [flag state] consul..." This provision may lead to unnecessary extra cost and waste of time, because consularization is not required for Bills of Sale or Builders Certificates under Liberian law.

Accordingly, where opportunity exists to review a Memorandum of Agreement, contract of sale or construction contract before documents are prepared for registration and recordation under the Maritime Law, provisions such as the above should be struck out, or modified.


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