The charterer representative has the right to measure one or all of the cargo tanks, bunker tanks and non-loading premises of the vessel and to take samples from each of the sites mentioned above. “When the vessel collides with another vessel as a result of the negligence of the other vessel and the negligence or delay of the master, sailor, pilot or carrier personnel in the navigation or administration of the vessel, the owners of the goods transported in that context compensate the carrier for any loss or liability to the other or the other or its owners; to the extent that such loss or liability constitutes the loss, or damages or claims of the owners of these goods, paid or paid by the other or by its owners to the owners of those goods and compensated by the other or non-ship or its owners, as part of their claim, against the transportable ship or transport ship, to be confiscated or recovered. If an original car letter is not available in any unloading port where the vessel may be ordered by charterers in accordance with this Charter, or if the charterers require the owners to deliver cargo to a portion or port other than that of the car letter, however, the owners unload this cargo in accordance with the instructions of the charterers, upon presentation of the recipient designated by the charterer (the recipient) of an appropriate identification to the master and taking into account the charterers who compensate the owners in the indemnification letters agreed by the International Group of Clubs P-I and published from time to time, which deal with the relevant circumstances. This compensation is deemed to be granted if the charterers give instructions to the owners in accordance with this clause. Notwithstanding the contrary provisions contained in this Charter, there is no provision or provision for any of the parties to act in any way (including any omission of transaction-related measures) under the laws, regulations or other official requirements of the United Kingdom or the United Kingdom, laws or other laws, British or American, incompatible or prohibited in terms of foreign trade control, export control, embargo or international boycott. (c) Notwithstanding all other delays, costs or expenses contained in this part of the charter, security rules or measures required by the port facility or a competent authority under the ISPS/MTSA code, including, but without limitation, security personnel, departure services, ship escorts, security charges or taxes and inspections are responsible for the charterers` account, unless these expenses or expenses are solely the result of the master`s negligence. All measures required by the owners to comply with the marine safety plan are intended for the owner`s account. iii) Ships departing from the Baltic Sea to the outside sea must board a pilot at Bornholm. (IMO recommends that all vessels with an 11-metre draught take local flying services in their mouths.) (d) Where the Serbs require it, the owners ensure that the vessel`s tanks are under pressure to facilitate measurement and sampling or to be desecrated or released from gas to facilitate inspection. Any time taken for extortion, measurement, sampling and re-introducing of pressure, or for the ridge or subsequent release, inspection and time recovered, is understood for charterers.