1.2 Authorization involves the transfer of power to an OR to perform certifications and legal services on behalf of a flag state under an equivalent legal agreement or agreement, taking into account the “elements to be included in an agreement,” as stated in Appendix 3 of this code. 7.1.1 Flag States are required to verify that organizations that are recognized to provide legal certification and services on their behalf meet the requirements of this code. The purpose of this review is to ensure that the OR conducts its certification and legal services in accordance with this code and its agreement with the flag state. 1.3 Legal certification and statutory services are certificates and certificates and services provided on the basis of laws, rules and regulations established by the government of a sovereign state. These include the verification, investigation and/or control of tarpaulins that result in the issuance or assistance of issuing a certificate by or on behalf of a flag state to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of an international convention or national legislation. These include certificates issued by a flag state-approved body in accordance with the provisions of the SOLAS XI-1 regulation, which have been shown to comply with the structural, mechanical and electrical requirements of the ACCORD in accordance with the recognition agreement with the Flag State. A formal written agreement or an equivalent agreement between the flag state and the OR should cover at least the following points: 3.4 Javaiens no eksperimentiem nebeidzas ar boj`jumiem, eksperimenti ir ir atk`rto 5 reizes katr`no diviem noteiktajiem vi`u`st`vokéiem vai, modelim ir ir i`dod come papildus s`nsveres le`is boj`jumiem, a eksperiments ir ir j`atk`rto 2 reizes katr`no diviem noteiktajiem vi`u st`vokéiem. Eksperimentu noléks ir vislab-kaja veidé par`d`t izdz-vo`anas sp`ju pret apg`anos abos virzienos. 220.127.116.11 A flag state may enter into a written agreement to participate in combined monitoring and monitoring activities with another flag state or a state with the same flag state, provided that the degree of detail relating to the requirements of each flag state and the performance of each flag state is treated at a level corresponding to a monitoring program implemented by each flag state. Conversely, no flag state may be compelled by another flag state or other agency to accept the supervision of an OR by others instead of carrying out its own individual control of the flag state, unless it chooses it by written agreement or if it is provided for by that state law. A copy of all these agreements should be presented to the IMO for information from the Member States. 3.6.3 The OR ensures that registrations are recorded to demonstrate compliance with the required standards under the conditions covered by the legal certification and the services provided, as well as the effective operation of the quality management system. The records covered in point 18.104.22.168 are retained at least for the period during which certification and legal services are provided by the OR.
The records covered in point 22.214.171.124 for a vessel are kept for a period of at least three years during the period during which the OR provides legal certification and services rendered to that vessel, or for a longer period, provided the agreement between the flag state and the OR specifies it.