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65. Concealment of Indian, or assumption of foreign, character.-

No owner or master of an Indian ship shall knowingly do anything, or permit anything to be done, or carry or permit to be carried any papers or documents, with intent to conceal the Indian character of the ship from any person entitled by any law for the time being in force to inquire into the same, or with intent to assume a foreign character for the ship, or with intent to deceive any person so entitled as aforesaid.

Merchant Shipping Act, 1958 Back

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