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155. Property of deceased seaman left abroad but not on board ship.-

If any seaman or apprentice on an Indian ship, or engaged in India on any other ship, the voyage of which is to terminate in India, dies at any place outside India leaving any money or effects not on board the ship, the Indian consular officer at or near the place shall claim and take charge of such money and other effects (hereinafter referred to as the property of a deceased seaman or apprentice).

Merchant Shipping (Amendment) Act, 1986 Back

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