of June 4, 2019 No. 359
About approval of Rules on measurement of courts
According to subitem 49-1) of Item 3 of article 4 of the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan of January 17, 2002 "About merchant shipping" PRIKAZYVAYU:
1. Approve the enclosed Rules on measurement of courts.
2. To provide to committee of transport of the Ministry of the industry and infrastructure development of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the procedure established by the legislation:
1) state registration of this order in the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan;
2) within ten calendar days from the date of state registration of this order the direction in the Kazakh and Russian languages in the Republican state company on the right of economic maintaining "Institute of the legislation and legal information of the Republic of Kazakhstan" for official publication and inclusion in Reference control bank of regulatory legal acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan;
3) placement of this order on Internet resource of the Ministry of the industry and infrastructure development of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
3. To impose control of execution of this order on the supervising vice-minister of the industry and infrastructure development of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
4. This order becomes effective after ten calendar days after day of its first official publication.
Approved by the Order of the Minister of the industry and infrastructure development of the Republic of Kazakhstan of June 4, 2019 No. 359
1. These rules on measurement of courts (further - Rules) are developed according to subitem 49-1) of Item 3 of article 4 of the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan of January 17, 2002 "About merchant shipping" and the International convention on measurement of courts of 1969, with corrections (further - the International convention on measurement of courts) and determine procedure for measurement of courts.
2. Requirements of these rules do not extend to vessels less than 24 meters long and to warships.
3. Measurement of the vessel consists in determination of its capacity consisting of gross and net tonnage.
4. In case of application of requirements of these rules for the courts having non-standard design settlement gross and net capacity reflects the total amount and available capacity of the vessel respectively.
5. In these rules the following concepts are used:
1) theoretical depth is the distance down measured from upper edge of flat keel to sill of upper deck at board. On wooden and composite vessels this distance is measured from groove sill in keel. If the bottom on the middle of length of the vessel has the concave form or if are available reinforced rabbet being given to drink, then the depth is measured from intersection point of the continued flat part of the bottom with side surface of keel.
In the courts having the rounded-off connection of the deck with board, the theoretical depth is measured to intersection point of the continued molded deck lines and side shell plating as though this connection had angular design.
If the upper deck has ledge and the sublime part of the deck stretches over measuring point of theoretical depth, the theoretical depth is measured to the conditional line which is continuation of the heel of the deck parallel to sublime part;
2) width - is the extreme breadth of the vessel measured in the middle of length of the vessel to outside edge of frames in courts with metal covering and to outer surface of the case in courts with covering from other material;
3) length - means length equal to 96% of the overall length of the vessel taken on waterline in case of the draft equal to 85% of the minimum theoretical depth measured from upper edge of keel or the vessel length from leading edge of stem to centreline of the rudder stock taken on the same waterline depending on the fact that it is more. For the courts designed with trim, the waterline on which length is measured shall be parallel to construction waterline;
4) the upper deck - is the most upper continuous deck subject to impact of the sea and weather having constants the seas of closing of all openings, impervious in case of impact, on its open parts and below which all openings in boards of the vessel are supplied with permanent means for waterproof closing. In courts at which the upper deck has ledge the lowermost line of open deck and its continuation parallel to the deck top is accepted to upper deck;
5) gross tonnage - means the size of the greatest amount of the vessel determined according to provisions of these rules;
6) the closed spaces - are all spaces limited to the vessel case, permanent or folding partitions, decks or coverings except permanent or figurative awnings (canopies);
7) net tonnage - means the size of net volume of the vessel determined according to provisions of these rules;
8) excludable spaces are the following spaces:
space in construction against the end opening stretching from the deck to the deck (without hinged leaf which height exceeds no more than on 25 mm height of the next deck encore) if width of this opening is equal or more than 90% of width of the deck in the area of this opening. This provision is applied to exclude from the closed spaces only that space which is between the actual end opening and the line drawn parallel to the line or the plane of opening at distance from opening according to appendix 1 to these rules;
if width of space becomes less than 90% of width of the deck owing to features of arrangement, except narrowing of outside skin, then it is necessary to exclude from amount of the closed spaces only the space concluded between the line of opening and the parallel line of opening and the parallel line drawn through point where space width in cross direction becomes equal or less than 90% of width of the deck, according to appendix 2 to these rules;
if two spaces which exception can be authorized based on subitems 1) and/or 2) are divided by absolutely open interval (availability of bulwark or open handrail is not taken into account) that, such exception is not applied if interval between two spaces less than half of width of the deck around such interval, according to appendix 3 to these rules;
the space open for impact of the sea and weather under the overlying deck plating which does not have other connection from outer sides with the vessel case except the racks necessary for its maintenance. In such space can be established opened handrail or bulwarks and hinged leaf or racks on vessel board are delivered provided that the distance between upper edge of handrails or bulwark and hinged leaf is at least 0,75 of m or 1/3 heights of space according to appendix 4 to these rules;
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