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126. Disrating of seamen.-

(1) Where the master of a ship disrates a seaman, he shall forthwith enter of cause to be entered in the official log book, a statement of the disrating, and furnish the seaman with a copy of the entry; and any reduction of wages consequent on the disrating shall not take effect until the entry has been so made and the copy so furnished.

(2) Any reduction of wage's consequent on the disrating of a seaman shall be deemed to be a deduction from wages within the meaning of sections 125 and 127.

Merchant Shipping (Amendment) Act, 1986 Back

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