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Index

Offshore Construction Law and Practice


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Index

Index

  • Acceleration 19.24–25
  • Acceptance and delivery 10.6–12
    • EPC project 10.4
    • illustrations of defects 10.59–73
    • immaterial defects 10.47–52
    • minor or insubstantial defects 10.26–36
    • multiple defects 10.37–46
    • offshore construction contract 10.3
    • place and time 10.122
    • place of
      • company vs. end user requirements 10.109–115
      • illustrations 10.123–128
      • timing of acceptance 10.116–118
    • sea trials programme 10.17–25
    • technical acceptance 10.15–16
    • termination following rejection 10.53–58
    • test procedures 10.74–78
    • tests 10.13
  • Acceptance certificates 10.88
  • Acceptance period 10.86–87
  • Actual costs approach B.58
  • AFE procedure 5.141–142
  • Affirmation 13.47–56
  • Ambiguous wording 4.25–34
  • Anchor Handling Towing Supply vessels (AHTS) 1.12, A.1
  • Anticipatory repudiatory breach 13.14–18
  • Applicable law 1.30
  • Approved for construction (AFC) drawings B.26
  • Arbitration 6.39, 8.113, 11.48, 13.41, 13.79
  • Area of mutual interest agreement (AMIA) 5.114
  • Audit
    • of substantial cost overruns 6.96
  • Authorisation of changes 6.72–73
    • contractor’s change order requests 6.80–87
    • variations 6.74–79
  • Best efforts 8.48, 8.50
  • Best endeavours 2.61, 8.48, 8.50, 11.79, 11.81
  • Bidding process
    • outline of process 2.3–4
    • withdrawal of bid 2.5–11
  • Binding contract 2.12–18
    • conditional contracts 2.19–20
    • English law 2.24
    • failure of condition 2.32–33
    • provision of refund guarantees 2.34–37
    • subject to details 2.21–23
    • subject to financing 2.30–31
  • Board approval 2.27
  • Business interruption 14.28–29
  • Cancellation 2.76
    • contractual date 2.39
    • and similar terms 13.7–13
  • Carry over agreements
    • content of 17.4–6
    • form of 17.7–10
    • illustrations of
      • additional costs 17.16–17
      • back-to-back terms 17.18–19
      • consequences of future default 17.22–23
      • outstanding work 17.13–15
      • performance criteria 17.24–25
      • post-delivery guarantee obligations 17.11–12
      • title of agreement 17.20–21
  • Cashflow 2.127–128
  • Certification approval 3.93–101
    • modification to basic design 3.95
    • modification to work 3.99–101
    • regulation changes 3.96–98

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    Changes to the work
    • authorisation of changes 6.72–87
    • conditions precedent 6.88–95
    • negative change orders 6.104–113
    • retrospective change order requests 6.96–103
    • variations
      • clause 6.7–15
      • comprehensive clauses 6.43–52
      • limitations for 6.16–34
      • multiple variations 6.52–71
      • refusal to perform 6.35–42
  • Claims
    • costs of delay
      • and disruption claims 8.52
      • global claims 8.79–85
    • indemnities 12.102
    • for project controls
    • WELCAR form
      • notification and limitation periods 14.94
      • property 14.89–93
    • see also Warranty claims
  • Collateral contracts 2.103–104
  • Collateral warranties 5.72–73
  • Compensation
  • Complete documents 2.102
  • Comprehensive clauses 6.43–52
  • Computer simulations 8.90
  • Concurrent delay 8.75–78
  • Confidential information 9.7
  • Conflict of laws 2.11
  • Consequential costs 2.75
  • Consequential losses 12.32, 12.58
    • see also Risk allocation
  • Constructability/suitability 3.69–75
  • Construction all risks (CAR) policy 12.75
    • see also WELCAR form
  • Construction contracts 1.34–39
    • comparison table 1.39
  • Construction support vessels 1.13
  • Contingencies 15.45, 15.46, 19.21
  • Contract award 2.52
    • date of 2.54–55
    • duty of good faith 2.63–65
    • enforceability of 2.56–59
    • instructions to proceed 2.66–77
    • letters of intent 2.53
    • obligation 2.60–62
    • retrospective effect 2.78–79
  • Contract documents 2.80–83
    • incorporation by appendices 2.84–85
    • incorporation by list 2.86–87
    • incorporation by reference 2.88
    • priority of 2.89–99
  • Contractor delay 8.53–61
  • Contractor’s default 1.24–25
  • Contractor’s liability 12.103–107
  • Contractor’s performance 7.6
  • Contracts
    • applicable law 1.30
    • contractor’s default 1.24–25
    • conversion 1.31
    • design 1.21
    • documents 2.100–101
      • collateral contracts 2.103–104
      • complete documents 2.102
      • entire agreement clauses 2.105–106
      • rectification 2.108–116
      • side letters 2.107
      • true documents 2.102
    • fabrication 1.22
    • interpretation 4.13
      • ambiguous wording 4.25–34
      • context 4.17–24
      • english useage 4.50–55
      • words actually used 4.14–16
      • wrong wording 4.35–49
    • standard form 1.28–29
    • title to work 1.23
    • variations 1.26–27
  • Contractual definitions 5.38–41
    • problems with 5.45
  • Contractual description 4.4–9
  • Contra proferentem 11.15–18
  • Control mechanisms 2.139
  • Conventional guarantees
    • enforceable guarantees 16.11–12
    • nature of obligation 16.8–10
    • variations to underlying contract 16.13–20
  • Conversion contracts 1.31
  • Conversions 3.78–79
  • Cooperation principle 8.117
  • Copyright 9.9
    • see also Intellectual property rights
  • Corporate guarantees 16.43
  • Cost oil 5.112
  • Costs of delay
    • concurrent delay 8.75–78
    • contractor delay 8.53–61
    • delay analysis 8.74
    • and disruption claims 8.52
    • expert evidence 8.86–91
    • global claims 8.79–85
    • legal issues 8.62–73
    • see also Delay

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    Culpability, degrees of 11.33–42
  • Cumulative effects 6.63–66
  • Damages see Liquidated damages
  • Defects
    • acceptance and delivery
      • illustrations of 10.59–73
      • immaterial 10.47–52
      • minor or insubstantial 10.26–36
      • multiple 10.37–46
    • during construction
      • correction 7.21–28
      • disputes over rework 7.37–40
      • perform rework 7.29–36
    • correction of
      • discovered outside the guarantee period 18.33–36
      • fundamental design defects 18.39–42
      • giving notice 18.24
      • post-delivery defects 18.25–27
      • recurring breakdowns 18.37–38
      • repairs undertaken by company 18.28–32
    • and deficiencies 7.7–8
    • definition 7.2–6
    • design risk 3.80–87
    • phases 7.1
    • subjective requirements 7.12–20
    • and unfinished work 7.9–11
    • see also Warranty claims
  • Delay
    • caused by the company 8.92–93
      • acts of prevention 8.94–98
      • consequences of prevention 8.99–105
      • cooperation principle 8.117
      • illustrations 8.106–116, 8.118–126
    • consequences of 8.6–7
    • contract terminology 8.2–5
    • costs of delay 8.52, 8.628.73
    • due diligence and liquidated damages 8.47–50
    • due diligence obligations 8.45–46
    • liquidated damages and termination 8.38–41
    • liquidated damages for 8.11–14
    • no occurrence of loss 8.27–31
    • penalty clauses 8.15–26
    • target delivery date 8.8–10
    • termination date 8.41–44
    • time 8.51
    • unlimited liquidated damages 8.32–37
  • Delivery 10.6–12
    • acceptance and 10.6
    • buyer on 10.6
    • company accepts 10.13
    • company refuses 10.21
    • EPC project 10.4
    • illustrations of defects 10.59–73
    • immaterial defects 10.47–52
    • minor or insubstantial defects 10.26–36
    • multiple defects 10.37–46
    • offshore construction contract 10.3
    • place and time 10.122
    • place of
      • company vs. end user requirements 10.109–115
      • illustrations 10.123–128
      • timing of acceptance 10.116–118
    • process of contractual delivery 10.8
    • sea trials programme 10.17–25
    • technical acceptance 10.15–16
    • termination following rejection 10.53–58
    • test procedures 10.74–78
    • tests 10.13
    • of work 10.3
    • see also Acceptance and delivery
  • Design property, ownership of 2.77
  • Design responsibility 1.21, 2.38–51
  • Design rights 9.8
  • Design risk
    • alternative remedies 3.88–92
    • design defects, late discovery of 3.80–87
    • design process 3.2
    • design verification 3.62
      • constructability/suitability 3.69–75
      • conversions 3.78–79
      • fitness for purpose 3.76
      • patent/latent errors 3.67–68
      • time for verification process 3.77
    • FEED package 3.3–8
    • inadequate/inaccurate FEED 3.9–16
      • company warrant 3.17–27
      • design responsibility 3.47–61
      • duty of care 3.41–46
      • good faith 3.38–41
      • misrepresentation 3.28–32
      • non-disclosure 3.33–37
    • regulatory and certification approval
      • modification 3.95
      • regulatory changes 3.96–98
      • work modification 3.99–101
  • Design verification 3.62
    • constructability/suitability 3.69–75
    • conversions 3.78–79
    • fitness for purpose 3.76
    • patent/latent errors 3.67–68
    • time for verification process 3.77
  • Direct relationships 5.70–80
  • Disclosure 20.26–28

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    Dispute resolution procedures 20.12–25
    • disclosure 20.26–30
    • legal proceedings 20.4–11
    • witness evidence 20.31–32
  • Disputes over rework 7.37–40
  • Disruption claims 8.52
  • Doctrine of equivalents 9.22
  • Drawings, revision of 2.92
  • Drilling vessels A.19–31
  • Due diligence
    • and liquidated damages 8.47–50
    • liquidated damages and 8.47–50
    • obligations 8.45–46
  • Duty of mitigation 15.54–60
  • Ejusdem generis principle 15.9
  • Emergency Response and Rescue Vessels (ERRV) 1.12, A.1
  • Endorsement period 3.62
  • Energy exploration and development 14.24–27
  • Entire agreement clauses 2.105–106
  • EPC contract terms 1.40–47
  • EPCI contract terms 1.40–47
  • EPC project
    • acceptance and delivery 10.4
  • EPIC contract terms 1.40–47
  • Exclusive nominees 5.55–56
  • Expert determination 20.20–21
  • Expert evidence 8.86–91
  • Exploration and production (E&P) 5.90
  • Fabrication 1.22
  • FEED (front end engineering design) 3.2
    • development of 3.55
    • illustrations 3.57–61
    • schedule of work 3.56
  • Final investment decision (FID) 2.40, 2.41
  • Financial guarantees
    • conventional guarantees
      • enforceable guarantees 16.11–12
      • nature of obligation 16.8–10
      • variations to underlying contract 16.13–20
    • corporate guarantees 16.43
    • on demand guarantees
      • enforcement of 16.25
      • guarantee validly enforced 16.26–31
      • nature of obligation 16.21–24
    • on demand performance guarantees
      • issues to consider 16.39–40
      • nature of obligation 16.36–38
    • interpretation 16.32–36
  • Financing
    • construction or conversion phase 2.118
  • Fitness for purpose 3.72, 3.76
  • Floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) 1.40, A.84–86, A.88
  • Floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) 1.9, 1.16, 1.18, 1.40, 5.7, 6.44, 6.50, 9.90, 10.71–72, 10.127, 10.128, 12.30, A.53
  • Floating Storage, Regasification and Power units (FSRP) 1.19, A.90–92
  • Floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) 1.40, A.79–83, A.90–92
  • Force majeure
    • burden of proof 15.10–34
    • contractor’s control 15.21
    • contract terms 15.32–34
    • definition 15.4–6
    • duty of mitigation 15.54–60
    • event 15.41
    • extensions of time 15.35–49
    • mitigation 15.31
    • notice provisions 15.17
    • subcontractor’s control 15.25–30
    • suspension of liability 15.50–53
    • unspecified causes 15.7–9
  • Fraud 11.71
  • Freight demurrage and defence (FD&D) 14.50
  • Freight prepaid 13.17
  • Functional specification 3.71, 3.73, 3.91, 3.92
  • Fundamental design defects 18.39–42
  • Global claims 8.79–85
  • Good faith
    • contract award 2.63–65
    • design risk 3.38–41
  • Gross negligence 11.43–48, 11.48, 12.92, 12.95, 12.98
  • Guarantees, financial
    • conventional guarantees
      • enforceable guarantees 16.11–12
      • nature of obligation 16.8–10
      • variations to underlying contract 16.13–20
    • corporate guarantees 16.43
    • on demand guarantees
      • enforcement of 16.25
      • guarantee validly enforced 16.26–31
      • nature of obligation 16.21–24
    • on demand performance guarantees
      • issues to consider 16.39–40
      • nature of obligation 16.36–38
    • interpretation 16.32–36
  • IMCA Construction Contract 11.38, 18.2, 18.8, 18.28
  • Implied duty of care 3.42–46
  • Implied terms 8.47, 13.35, 14.121, 18.14
  • Inchmaree clause 14.100, 14.101, 14.104
  • Incorporation
    • by appendices 2.84–85
    • by list 2.86–87
    • by reference 2.88
  • Indemnities
    • against claims 12.102
    • clauses 11.11–14
    • contra proferentem 11.15–18
    • defend and hold harmless 12.100–101
    • degrees of culpability 11.33–42
    • deliberate breach/deliberate default 11.64–70
    • fraud 11.71
    • gross negligence 11.43–48
    • liabilities and expenses 12.102
    • and limitation clauses 12.83–84
    • for liquidated damages for delay 19.23
    • losses 12.102
    • purpose of contract 11.19–20
    • rejection of literalism 11.25–32
    • repudiatory breach of contract 11.87–88
    • in respect of each party’s group 12.85–90
    • wilful misconduct 11.49–63
    • see also Liability clauses
  • Indemnity clauses 11.11–14
  • Independent acts 5.81–84
  • Indirect loss 12.58
  • Injunctions 13.74
  • Installation 19.19–20
  • Insurance
    • contractor policy 10.105
    • duty of utmost good faith 14.12–17
    • duty of fair presentation 14.12–17
    • formalities of 14.8–9
    • insurable interest 14.10–11
    • meaning of 14.5–7
    • principles of law 14.4–21
    • relevant policy wordings 14.22–51
    • warranties 14.18–21
    • WELCAR form 14.52–136
  • Intellectual property rights
    • allocation of 9.58–60
    • changes to original design 9.21–24
    • clearing the way 9.61–62
    • commissioning 9.19–20
    • confidential information 9.7
    • copyright 9.9
    • designs 9.8
    • enforcement and jurisdictional differences 9.72–76
    • intellectual property warranty 9.25–30
    • law of vessel’s flag state 9.18
    • licensing 9.63–71
    • modifications to existing works 9.77–80
    • new works to an existing design 9.81
    • no infringement due to patent 9.31
    • ownership of 9.38–43
    • patents 9.6
    • previous use of design 9.32
    • protection of 9.44–53
    • third party 9.54–57
    • trade marks 9.10
    • worldwide patent 9.16–17
  • Intellectual property warranty 9.25–30
  • Interim injunctions 13.74
  • International standards 2.72, 3.72
  • Interpretation of contracts 4.13
    • ambiguous wording 4.25–34
    • context 4.17–24
    • english useage 4.50–55
    • words actually used 4.14–16
    • wrong wording 4.35–49
  • Jackups
    • and fixed platforms 1.14
    • mobile drilling units (MODU) A.19
    • mobile production units 1.16
    • rigs and bottom fixed platforms A.32–40
  • Joint operating agreement (JOA) 5.100
  • Joint study and bid agreement (JSBA) 5.114
  • Joint venture 5.87, 5.98, 5.113–150
  • Measured Mile B.59
  • Mediation 20.22–23
  • Misrepresentation 3.28–32, 5.75–77
  • Mitigation
  • Mobile production units (MOPU) A.50–78
  • Multiple defects 10.37–46
  • Multiple variations 6.52–71, 6.53–54
    • cumulative effects 6.63–66
    • refusing multiple changes 6.67–71
    • revised estimates 6.57–60
    • suspension of estimates 6.55–56
    • withholding estimates 6.61–62
  • Negative change orders 6.104–113
  • Negligence
  • Negotiations 2.71
  • Nominated subcontractors
    • exclusion 5.62–64
    • exclusive nominees 5.55–56
    • limitation of liability 5.62–64
  • Non-conformity 7.7
  • Non-disclosure 3.33–37
  • Notice provisions 15.17
  • Offshore support vessels (OSV) 1.12, 10.74, A.1–5
  • Omissions, contract price for 6.109
  • On demand guarantees
    • enforcement of 16.25
    • guarantee validly enforced 16.26–31
    • nature of obligation 16.21–24
  • On demand performance guarantees
    • issues to consider 16.39–40
    • nature of obligation 16.36–38
  • Operating committee (OpCom) 5.132
  • Operator appointment 5.122
  • Operator exclusion 5.130–131
  • Operator-led structure, JOAs 5.120
  • Operator liability 5.129
  • Operator rights and responsibilities 5.124–128
  • Outstanding work 17.13–15
  • Paget’s presumption 16.34
  • Patent/latent errors 3.67–68
  • Patents 9.6
  • Penalty clauses 8.15–26
  • Performance bonds 2.8, 13.89, 16.20, 16.37–40
  • Performance tests by contractor
  • Perform rework 7.29–36
  • Petroleum rights contracts
  • Pipelaying vessels 1.13
  • Pipelay systems A.13–14
  • Piping systems 3.2
  • Piracy 14.36
  • Platform supply vessels 1.12, A.1
  • Policy wordings 14.22–23
    • business interruption 14.28–29
    • construction all risks 14.32
    • contingent business interruption 14.30–31
    • delay in start-up insurance 14.39–41
    • energy exploration and development 14.24–27
    • freight demurrage and defence (FD&D) 14.50
    • hull and machinery insurance 14.33–35
    • kidnap and ransom 14.51
    • loss of hire insurance 14.38
    • loss of production income 14.28–29
    • operators’ extra expense 14.24–27
    • protection and indemnity (P&I) insurance 14.42–49
    • strike insurance 14.37
    • war risks insurance 14.36
  • Pollution 12.19–30
    • contractor’s property/vessel 12.24–30
    • emanating from the reservoir 12.19–23
  • Post-delivery defects 18.25–27
  • Post-delivery guarantee obligations 17.11–12
  • Pre-contract bid clarification 2.80
  • Pre-FEED/concept design 3.2
  • Production contracts 5.85–89
    • JOA 5.117–149
    • joint venture structures 5.113–116
    • licensing regimes 5.91–96
    • ownership of resources 5.90
    • petroleum rights contracts 5.97–112
  • Production sharing contract (PSC) 5.96
  • Profit oil 5.112
  • Project controls
    • claims for
    • cost management B.23–27
    • industry standards for B.4–14
    • managing variations B.37–42
    • schedule management B.28–36
    • setting up B.15–22
  • Protection and indemnity (P&I) insurance 14.42–49
  • Reasonable endeavours 8.10, 10.112, 15.31, 15.54, 15.55, 15.57
  • Rectification 2.108–116
  • Refund guarantees 2.34–37
  • Regulatory and certification approval
    • modification 3.95
    • regulatory changes 3.96–98
    • work modification 3.99–101
  • Rejection
    • termination following 10.53–58
  • Relevant policy wordings 14.22–51
  • Relinquishment 5.103
  • Remotely operated vehicle (ROV) operations 12.79
  • Repairs undertaken by company 18.28–32
    • see also Defects
  • Repudiation 13.14
  • Rescission 13.7–9
  • Retrospective effect 2.78
  • Risk allocation
    • case study 12.118–125
    • consequential losses 12.31–37
    • facility under construction 12.75–82
    • liability for wreck removal 12.72–74
    • offshore construction contracts 12.2
    • personal injury/loss of life 12.3–5
    • pollution 12.19–30
    • property damage 12.6–7
    • third party property damage 12.8–18
  • Saturation diving systems A.15–18
  • Sea trials programme 10.17–25
  • Security 2.129–135
  • Semi-submersibles 1.15, 3.4, 10.124, 41–49
  • Service contract regime 5.94–95
  • Shipbuilding contracts 1.32–33
    • vs. construction contract 1.33–39
  • Side letters 2.107
  • Simple negligence 11.43
  • Standard form 1.28–29
  • Standby vessels 1.12, 1
  • Starting position, subcontracting 5.9–10
  • Step-in rights 5.48
    • see also Terminology
  • Strike insurance 14.37
  • Subcontracting
    • direct relationships 5.70–71
      • collateral warranties 5.72–73
      • illustration 5.74, 5.78–80
      • misrepresentation and collateral misstatements 5.75–77
    • independent acts or omissions 5.81–84
    • liability
      • for nominated subcontractors 5.54–69
      • for subcontractors’ errors 5.52–53
    • or supplier 5.35–36

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        contractual definitions 5.38–41
      • delay 5.46–48
      • distinction matter 5.37
      • equipment and materials 5.42
      • illustration 5.50
      • problems with contractual definitions 5.45
      • renomination 5.49
    • principles 5.2–7
    • restrictions on 5.8
      • company’s approval 5.19–23
      • illustrations 5.11–14
      • invalid subcontracting 5.24–30
      • starting position 5.9–10
      • substantial portion 5.15–18
    • as third party 5.31–34
  • Subcontractor 15.25–30
    • see also Nominated subcontractors
  • Subrogation 14.124–131
  • Subsea support vessels 1.13, A.6A.12
    • construction and 1.13
  • System integration tests (SITs) 10.97
  • Target delivery date 8.8–10
  • Technical acceptance 10.10
  • Technical documentation
    • description in 4.10–12
    • semi-submersibles A.46
  • Technical requirements (TR) 3.72
  • Tendering and negotiating contracts
    • binding contract 2.12–18
      • conditional contracts 2.19–20
      • English law 2.24
      • failure of condition 2.32–33
      • provision of refund guarantees 2.34–37
      • subject to details 2.21–23
      • subject to financing 2.30–31
    • Contract award 2.52
      • date of 2.54–55
      • duty of good faith 2.63–65
      • enforceability of 2.56–59
      • instructions to proceed 2.66–77
      • letters of intent 2.53
      • obligation 2.60–62
      • retrospective effect 2.78–79
    • documents 2.100–101
      • collateral contracts 2.103–104
      • complete documents 2.102
      • entire agreement clauses 2.105–106
      • rectification 2.108–116
      • side letters 2.107
      • true documents 2.102
  • Terminology 1.7–10
    • affirmation 13.47–56
    • anticipatory repudiatory breach 13.14–18
    • cancellation and similar terms 13.7–13
    • clear and unequivocal evidence 13.19–25
    • by contractor 13.93–97
    • damages for repudiation 13.43–46
    • impossibility 13.26–39
    • qualified termination 13.40–42
    • repudiation and similar terms 13.14
    • taking possession of the work 13.57–61
      • alternative remedies 13.70–79
      • company’s obligations post-termination 13.83–92
      • contractual rights of possession 13.80–82
      • place of enforcement 13.67–69
      • timing of legal process 13.62–66
  • TOWCON form 11.76
  • Transportation and installation
    • company’s claims 19.10–13
    • contractor’s claims 19.7–9
    • delays 19.14–18
      • under the construction contract 19.4–14
      • by force majeure events 19.18
  • True documents 2.102
  • Turret mooring system (TMS) 9.84
  • Unilateral mistake 2.114
  • Unlimited liquidated damages 8.32–37
  • Variable deck load (VDL) 10.63
  • Variation clause
    • company requests 6.8–10
    • contractor requests 6.11–15
    • limitations for 6.16–34
  • Variations, changes to the work
    • clause 6.7–15
    • comprehensive clauses 6.43–52
    • limitations for 6.16–34
    • multiple variations 6.52–71
    • refusal to perform 6.35–42
  • Verification of company-produced documents 3.62
    • constructability/suitability 3.69–75
    • conversions 3.78–79
    • fitness for purpose 3.76
    • patent/latent errors 3.67–68
    • time for verification process 3.77
  • Verification period 3.62
  • Vessels
    • construction support vessels 1.13
    • fixed platforms 1.14
    • FLNG 1.18
    • FSRP 1.19
    • jackup vessel 1.14
    • LNG regasification units 1.17
    • mobile production units 1.16
    • offshore support vessels 1.12
    • semi-submersibles 1.15
    • subsea support vessels 1.13

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    Warranties 14.18–21
  • Warranty claims
    • express contractual warranties 18.9–20
    • intellectual property warranty 9.25–30
    • scope of warranty 18.21–42
    • statutory conditions 18.7–8
    • WELCAR form 14.79–83
  • Warranty surveyors 14.79–83
  • War risks 12.76, 14.36
  • WELCAR form 14.3, 14.32, 14.52–136
    • activities 14.77–78
    • claims
      • notification and limitation periods 14.94
      • property 14.89–93
    • coverage 14.84–88
    • damages for late payment 14.121–123
    • design and defective parts 14.95–118
    • insureds 14.55–61
    • interests 14.63–66
    • law and jurisdiction 14.132–136
    • loss adjusters 14.119–120
    • maintenance coverage 14.74–76
    • period 14.70–73
    • QA/QC systems 14.67–69
    • rights exercisable through 14.62
    • subrogation 14.124–131
    • warranties and warranty surveyors 14.79–83
  • Well intervention vessels 1.13
  • Wilful misconduct 11.49–63
  • Wind 3.71, 3.72, 14.90, A.93–98
  • Wind turbine construction vessels (WTIV) A.93–98
  • Witness evidence 20.31–32
  • Work modification 3.99–101
  • Work programme and budgets (WPB) 5.105
  • Wreck removal 12.72–74

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