Maritime Vessels Argentina

Maritime Vessels Argentina

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Maritime Vessels Argentina

Ship Registration & Maritime Litigation in Argentina

Maritime Vessels Argentina

Maritime Vessels Argentina

To begin with, the registration of merchant ships in Argentina offers many advantages to other countries. In addition, it speeds up the registration process. Also, it provides great flexibility in procedures to facilitate the registration.

As a matter of fact, ship-owners who wish to transfer to the Argentinian flag will not have to be re-inspected if the vessels have a safety certificate issued by a tonnage valid or recognized society organization. However, at the time of registration, a recognized entity shall issue new certificates on behalf of the Argentine administration.

Maritime Vessels Argentina

Maritime Vessels Argentina

Maritime Vessels Argentina

 








Why use registration of Argentina?

Indeed, reliable system-ship mortgages have the backing of national and international banking.

In fact, the registration procedure is simple and flexible. Also, it allows the registration of a ship within eight hours. Indeed,  Any person, natural or legal person, regardless of their nationality and place of origin, is eligible to register ships under the Argentinian flag.

 

Actually, there are no minimum tonnage requirements. However, ships with more than 20 years have to pass a special inspection by an authorized Argentinian inspector to obtain patent regulations.

 

Applicable legal framework

Law 18,398 determines the organic dependence of the RNBU.

Law 20.094 – Law of Navigation – whose art. 622, in our opinion mistakenly, declares it a member of the Commercial Code given that the applicable regime should be autonomous; while art. 623, rightly, gives the National Ship Registry organizational powers in order to produce the registrations that are mandatory by law.

REGINAVE, sanctioned by Decree 4516/73, as regulation of law 20,094.

Law 19.170 -Organic Law of the National Ship Registry-

Ordinance 9/2002, regulation of the law 19.170, by virtue of the delegated faculties according to the provisions of art. 46 of it.

Decree 1528/07, applicable rates, tariffs and exemptions regime.

Ordinances 1/2005, 2/2005 and 6/94.

Brief initial description

The National Registry of Vessels, created by Decree-Law 18,300 / 56, under the orbit of the Argentine Naval Prefecture, with the name of General Registry of Naval Property, is the application authority in matters of registry advertising in the naval field.

Its current Organic Law is 19.170 and is regulated by Maritime Ordinance 9/02, in accordance with the provisions of article 46, by which this power was delegated to the Naval National Prefect.

This National Registry, by virtue of the registration principle of registration, as legal register of things, fulfills two functions clearly differentiated, but intrinsically linked to each other. On the one hand, the registration. On the other hand, the registration.

Maritime Vessels Argentina

Enrollment, whose obligation arises from law 19.170, article 1, subsection a); Article 6 and other concordant legislation is essential to structure the registry system, which works on the basis of the real folio; and its purpose is to provide the ship and the naval device of Argentine nationality, grant the use of the flag, as well as place them under the protection of national legislation.

The registration is made on the basis of registration and consists of the registration of the domain and its effects. Even if they come from real rights of guarantee, real rights of enjoyment, personal rights (in the cases that the law determines), or precautionary measures; in order to ensure legal traffic.

Maritime Vessels Argentina

The registry is linked to the power of the Navigation Safety Police and is governed by rules of Public Law of Navigation. Thus, the registration is the exercise of the power of Property Police by the State and the rules that regulate it: the Private Right of Navigation.

In fact, so important is the legal act of registration that, according to the aforementioned article 51, confers nationality on the registered vessel, which makes the possibility of a double flag inadmissible.

Maritime Vessels Argentina

Therefore, the essence of all flag and property registration lies in the preservation of legal security. In fact, this statement makes us distance ourselves from the so-called convenience registers, as well as from the second registers (which some want to implement in our country), based on purely economic reasons. Evidently, they do not solve the problems that affect the National Merchant Navy and privilege the economic business to legal security and even the safety of navigation.

Structure, functions, and assignment of responsibilities

Head of the National Ship Registry

 

1.- First, carry the Registry of National Enrollment that will include the National Merchant Plate and the Special Registry of Yachts, where vessels and naval devices of state or private property determined by regulation will be compulsorily registered.

2.- Also, receive any document by which is constituted, transmits, declares, modifies or extinguishes real rights on ships or naval artifacts that belong to the National Registration.

3.- Next, receive any document that provides for embargoes, interdictions or any other effect of ownership that falls on ships and naval devices, whether they belong to the National or Foreign Registration.

4.- Then, receive any document that deprives a person of the free availability of their property, whether resulting from a voluntary agreement between parties or by court order.

5.- Additionally, carry all other records that by the rule of legal provisions are assigned.

6.- Moreover, issue all certifications that correspond to the entries contained in their records.

7.- Last, determine the corresponding fee to pay for all procedures that are performed before the Registry, in accordance with the provisions in force in the matter.

Domain Division

Head of the Domain Division

 

1.-The titles by which they are constituted, declared, transmitted, modified, or extinguish real rights on ships or naval artifacts belonging to the National License.

2.-The documents by virtue of which naval vessels, artifacts, real rights or undivided parts of the same are awarded, even if it is with the obligation on the part of the purchaser or awardee to transmit them to another.

3.-Lease contracts of ships or naval devices belonging to the National or Foreign Registration whose registration imposes the legal provisions, as well as those of leasing or any other maritime loan that requires registration publicity.

4.-Judicial decisions declaring, constituting, modifying, transmitting or extinguishing real rights on ships or naval artifacts belonging to the National License.

5.-The injunctions ordering attachments, interdictions or any other judicial measure that affects the free availability of ships or naval artifacts, whether they belong to the National or Foreign Registration.

6.- Any document that implements voluntary or judicial acts by which a person lacks free availability of their property.

7.-Communications of pledge agreements concluded on ships or naval devices belonging to the National Registration made by the Registry of Pledge Loans of the Nation.

8.-The contracts by which garments are constituted on ships or naval devices registered in the Registry.

 

Head of the Notarial Documents Section

 

1.-Documents of notarial origin by which they are constituted, declared, transmitted, modified, or extinguish real rights on ships or naval artifacts.

2.-The documents by virtue of which naval vessels, artifacts, real rights or undivided parts of the same are awarded, even if it is with the obligation on the part of the purchaser or awardee to transmit them to another.

3.-The contracts of lease of ships or naval devices belonging to the National or foreign Registration whose registration imposes the legal provisions, as well as those of leasing or any other maritime loan that requires registration publicity.

4.- Any document that implements voluntary acts by which a person lacks free availability of their property.

5.-The contracts by which garments are constituted on ships or naval devices registered in the Registry.

Head of the Judicial Documents Section

 

1.- Judgments declaring, constituting, modifying, transmitting or extinguishing real rights on ships or naval artifacts registered in the National License.

2.-The injunctions ordering attachments, interdictions or any other judicial measure that affects the free availability of ships or naval artifacts. Whether they belong to the National or Foreign Registration.

Registration Division

Head of the Registration Division

 

Carrying the National Registration Register. In fact, it will include the National Merchant License and the Special Registry of Yachts. Then, vessels or naval devices of state or private property will be compulsorily registered. Likewise, all the modifications, transformations or eliminations on those units will be noted.

Head of the Merchant Registration Section

 

1.-The inscriptions and eliminations of ships and naval artifacts of the National Merchant License 1st, 2nd and 3rd Grouping.

2.-The granting of provisional authorizations to navigate to ships and naval devices with registration in process. Also, it will be subject to the fulfillment of all the technical requirements.

3.-Issuance of certificates of registration and cease of flag corresponding to ships and naval artifacts registered in the National Merchant Registry.

4.-Issuance of registration certificates corresponding to smaller vessels registered in the National Merchant Registry.

Head of the Yates Special Registration Section

In charge of

1.-The inscriptions and eliminations of ships and naval artifacts of the Special Registry of Yachts, with or without Club endowment.

2.- The granting of provisional authorizations to navigate to ships with registration in process. It will be subject to the fulfillment of all the technical requirements.

3.-The issuance of certificates of registration and cease of flag corresponding to vessels registered in the Special Registry of Yates.

4.-Issuance of registration certificates corresponding to smaller vessels registered in the Special Registry of Yachts.

Head of the Minor Transfers and Modifications Section

 

1.- To begin with, the registration of all documents granted under the terms of art. 159 of Law 20,094. Thus, by which a right in a ship or naval device belonging to the National Registry is constituted, declared, transmitted, modified or extinguished.

2.-The extension of copy (duplicate, triplicate, etc.) of license plates.

3.-Change, removal or installation of motor; aloft change; of measures of total or net tonnage; by name; Change of Grouping; or any other modification that occurs on ships or naval artifacts registered in the National License.

4.-Registration or eliminations in the Club.

Comptroller and Verification Division

Head of the Comptroller and Verification Division

 

1.- First, analyze the nature and origin of the presentations made before the Registry.

2.- Additionally, determine the corresponding fee to pay for the registration, registration of rights in rem, precautionary measures or contracts, on ships and naval devices. Also, for any other annotation or procedure, in accordance with the legal provisions in force.

3.- Then, keep the record of the movement of files processed by the National Ship Registry (entries and exits).

4.- In addition, keep in order the file of the real folios and updated the loading of data in the computerized system.

5.- Moreover, carry the auxiliary indexes of entry to the matrix register. Order by ship name and by owners name through the computed system. Update them constantly.

6.- Last, advise the interested parties regarding the procedures to carry out in the National Ship Registry.

Head of the Comptroller and Statistics Section

 

1.- Above all, analyze the nature and origin of the presentations made before the National Ship Registry.

2.- Then, receive the files drawn by the Jurisdictional Dependencies, analyze them and turn them to the corresponding Division for their completion.

3.- Afterward, determine the fee that corresponds to pay for the registration, registration of rights in rem, precautionary measures or contracts, on ships and naval artifacts. Also, for any other annotation or procedure in accordance with the provisions current legal

4.- Next, analyze and control the tariff received by the jurisdictional Dependencies in the files to submit to the National Registry of Vessels.

5.- Moreover, keep in order the file of the real folios and updated the load of data in the computerized system.

6.- Last, prepare the annual report and statistics of the National Registry.








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