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What Official Log Book entries are required in relation to death inquiries?

Where a death inquiry is required by the Merchant Shipping Act 1995 to be held, a record must be made of either:

 (1) the name of the superintendent or proper officer holding the inquiry, and the date and place where it was held; or (2) that an inquiry was not held at the first port of call after the death where there was a superintendent or proper officer.

 

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