Tanker owners voluntary agreement concerning liability for oil pollution (TOVALOP)
Accord volontaire entre armateurs de navires-citernes relatif à la responsabilité due à la pollution des hydrocarbures
Acuerdo voluntario de los armadores de buques tanque relativo a la responsabilidad originada por la contaminación por hidrocarburos
1969-01-07 London UK
7 Jan 1969, London (UK), by 7 leading oil companies. Administered by B-XD5309 - International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation (ITOPF). Incorporated amendments passed by resolution of members: 14 Jul 1972, to take effect from 20 Feb 1973; 11 Feb 1977 to take effect from 20 Feb 1977; 16 May 1978 to take effect 1 Jun 1978; 28 May 1980 to take immediate effect; 26 May 1981 to take effect Jun 1981; 30 Oct 1984 to take effect 1 Nov 1984; 21 May 1986 to take effect 1 Jun 1986; 9 Dec 1986 to take effect 20 Feb 1987; 25 Oct 1989 to take effect 20 Feb 1990; 30 Oct 1991 to take effect 20 Feb 1992; 13 Oct 1993 to take effect 20 Feb 1994; 15 Nov 1995 to take effect 20 Feb 1996. Superseded by intergovernmental agreement T-XT9604 - Convention Internationale sur la Responsabilité et L'indemnisation pour les Dommages Liés au Transport par Mer de Substances Nocives et Potentiellement Dangereuses (Convention SNPD) as of 20 Feb 1997. In Force as of 6 Oct 1969.
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