Using a marine surveyor
Types of survey
Terms & Conditions
Survey contract
Booking a survey
. 1-Glossary
. 2-The Safety Culture
. 3-Skin Fittings
. 4-Marine engine development
. 5-Diesel oil in wood
. 6-Timber problems
. 7-Stainless Steel
. 8-Documentation
. 9-Legal Matters
. 10-Galvanic action-Electrolysis
. 11-LPG systems
. 12-Yard storage
Discussion room


Legal matters

a. Law and Jurisdiction
This document is to be construed under the Law of the Kingdom of England and any dispute is to be settled in London in accordance with the Company’s published Terms and Conditions of Contract.
This document has no Statutory significance.
b. Data protection
The recipient’s name, personal data and other information given in this report and all details of the vessel reported herein including the Opinion of Value are the intellectual property of Josty Consulting and this document contains confidential information which is legally privileged and is intended for the use of the addressee only. All information contained herein is covered by the EU Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC).
c. Copyright
This report, the International Copyright of which is vested in and remains the property of Josty Consulting, is personal and confidential to the named client, is non-transferable, applies to the addressee only and must not be copied, reproduced, kept in any data bank, stored in any retrieval system or transmitted in any form whatsoever, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise given or sold to any third party without the written prior consent of the copyright holder. Such unauthorised transfer of either the whole or part of this report would be regarded as a breach both of copyright and the EU Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC).
d. Disclaimer
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented in this report it must be clearly understood that it must not be construed as a guarantee or warranty as to the condition of the subject vessel if she is sold or transferred to a third party and no ‘Duty of Care’ is owed to any such third party. The report is issued without prejudice and in ‘uberrimae fidei’ as a statement of facts ascertained at the time of the survey during which due diligence and reasonable skill were exercised and reasonable care is taken using common professional practice and, where available, the Guidelines or Codes of Practice published by the International Institute of Marine Surveyors.
e. Guarantee or Warranty
This report does not constitute either a guarantee or warranty as to the condition of parts it is not, for any reason whatsoever, possible to see at the time of the survey nor does it follow that each and every defect is found during the survey. No responsibility will be accepted for any faults, defects or changes subsequently arising. No guarantee against faulty design or latent defects is expressly stated or implied nor is any guarantee given that the vessel is suitable for any particular purpose.
f. the Recreational Craft Directive
Whilst in a number of places, this report states that the vessel appears to comply with the above EU Directive it should be noted that the validity of any CE marking and the conformance or otherwise of the vessel to the RCD, the EMC Directive and the machinery directive are totally outside the scope of the subject General Condition Survey and this report. The survey did not include an assessment of compliance with the requirements of any particular national or international Authority. §