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Paragraphs in "International Convention On The Control Of Harmful Anti-Fouling Systems On Ships" coded as SUBS

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Art.1.1 (1) Each Party to this Convention undertakes to give full and complete effect to its provisions in order to reduce or eliminate adverse effects on the marine environment and human health caused by anti-fouling systems.
Art.1.2 (2) The Annexes form an integral part of this Convention. Unless expressly provided otherwise, a reference to this Convention constitutes at the same time a reference to its Annexes.
Art.1.3 (3) No provision of this Convention shall be interpreted as preventing a State from taking, individually or jointly, more stringent measures with respect to the reduction or elimination of adverse effects of anti-fouling systems on the environment, consistent with international law.
Art.1.4 (4) Parties shall endeavour to co-operate for the purpose of effective implementation, compliance and enforcement of this Convention.
Art.1.5 (5) The Parties undertake to encourage the continued development of anti-fouling systems that are effective and environmentally safe.
Art.4.1 (1) In accordance with the requirements specified in Annex 1, each Party shall prohibit and/or restrict:
Art.4.1.a (a) the application, re-application, installation, or use of harmful anti-fouling systems on ships referred to in article 3(1)(a) or (b); and
Art.4.1.b (b) the application, re-application, installation or use of such systems, whilst in a Party's port, shipyard, or offshore terminal, on ships referred to in article 3(1)(c), and shall take effective measures to ensure that such ships comply with those requirements.
Art.4.2 (2) Ships bearing an anti-fouling system which is controlled through an amendment to Annex 1 following entry into force of this Convention may retain that system until the next scheduled renewal of that system, but in no event for a period exceeding 60 months following application, unless the Committee decides that exceptional circumstances exist to warrant earlier implementation of the control.
Art.5.1x Taking into account international rules, standards and requirements, a Party shall take appropriate measures in its territory to require that wastes from the application or removal of an anti-fouling system controlled in Annex 1 are collected, handled, treated and disposed of in a safe and environmentally sound manner to protect human health and the environment.
Art.8.1 (1) The Parties shall take appropriate measures to promote and facilitate scientific and technical research on the effects of anti-fouling systems as well as monitoring of such effects. In particular, such research should include observation, measurement, sampling, evaluation and analysis of the effects of anti-fouling systems.
Art.8.2 (2) Each Party shall, to further the objectives of this Convention, promote the availability of relevant information to other Parties who request it on:
Art.8.2.a (a) scientific and technical activities undertaken in accordance with this Convention;
Art.8.2.b (b) marine scientific and technological programmes and their objectives; and
Art.8.2.c (c) the effects observed from any monitoring and assessment programmes relating to anti-fouling systems.
Art.10 ARTICLE 10
Art.10.1x A Party shall ensure that ships entitled to fly its flag or operating under its authority are surveyed and certified in accordance with the regulations in Annex 4.
Art.13 ARTICLE 13
Art.13.1 (1) All possible efforts shall be made to avoid a ship being unduly detained or delayed under article 11 or 12.
Art.13.2 (2) When a ship is unduly detained or delayed under article 11 or 12, it shall be entitled to compensation for any loss or damage suffered.