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435U. Power to make rules respecting Indian fishing boats.-

(1) The Central Government may make rules to carry out the provisions of this Part.

(2) In particular, and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power, such rules may provide for all or any of the following matters, namely:-

(a) the form in which applications for certificates of registry shall be made and the particulars which such applications should contain;

(b) the manner in which tonnage of an Indian fishing boat shall be ascertained;

(c) the form in which fishing boats register shall be maintained;

(d) the forms in which certificates of registry and certificates of inspection may be issued;

(e) the fees which may be levied for the issue or re-issue of certificates of registry or certificates of inspection and for all other purposes of this Part;

(f) the manner in which the name, number assigned to the Indian fishing boat and name of the port or place to which she belongs shall be painted;

(g) the manner in which any change may be made in the name of an Indian fishing boat;

(h) any exemption from the requirements relating to carriage of safety equipment and appliances by an Indian fishing boat that may be specially granted under section 435J in respect of such fishing boat;

(i) the manner in which alterations in Indian fishing boats shall be reported and applications for the registry of such alterations in the certificates of registry of Indian fishing boats shall be made, the endorsement of the particulars of alterations on the certificates of registry, the grant of provisional certificates in cases where Indian fishing boats are directed to be registered anew, cases in which Indian fishing boats shall be registered anew, the period for which provisional certificates shall be valid and all other matters ancillary to the registry of alterations;

(j) the manner in which registry of an Indian fishing boat may be transferred from one port or place in India to another port or place in India;

(k) the form in which statement of members of crew of an Indian fishing boat may be maintained;

(l) any other matter which has to be or may be prescribed.

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