U.S. Federal Maritime Commission Forms

The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) is an independent regulatory agency responsible for overseeing the ocean transportation system in the United States. Its main purpose is to ensure a fair and competitive international maritime industry that benefits both consumers and businesses. The FMC regulates and enforces laws related to shipping practices, tariffs, and agreements among ocean carriers, ports, and other entities involved in international trade. It also provides dispute resolution services and collects data on the ocean transportation industry.

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This Form is used for resolving small claims disputes through an informal adjudication process. It includes an information checklist to ensure all necessary details are provided.

This form is used for applying to become a licensed practitioner before the Federal Maritime Commission.

This form is used for registering Service Contracts with the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) in the United States.

This form is used for guaranteeing the activities of Ocean Transportation Intermediaries (OTIs). It ensures that OTIs comply with the regulations of the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC).

This form is used for obtaining a surety bond for passenger vessels to ensure their performance.

This form is used for obtaining a passenger vessel surety bond as required by the regulations of the Federal Maritime Commission.

This Form is used for providing a guaranty to cover liability for nonperformance under Section 3 of the Act.

This Form is used for providing a guaranty in relation to liability for death or injury, as outlined in Section 2 of the Act (46 U.S.C. 44101, 44103-44106).

This Form is used for obtaining an Ocean Transportation Intermediary (OTI) Bond, which is a type of bond required for businesses engaged in the transportation of goods by sea.

This type of document, Form FMC-69, is used for obtaining supplemental coverage bond for an Ocean Transportation Intermediary (OTI) Group.

This Form is used for adding optional rider to enhance financial responsibility for Non-Vessel Owning Common Carriers (NVOCCs).

This form is used for adding additional financial responsibility for group bonds for Non-vessel-Operating Common Carriers (NVOCCs).

This form is used for applying for an Ocean Transportation Intermediary (OTI) license. It is a worksheet that helps gather the necessary information needed for the application.

This form is used for requesting dispute resolution services related to cargo transportation. It helps parties involved in cargo disputes to formally request assistance from the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC).

This form is used for guaranteeing responsibility for nonperformance in relation to liability.

This form is used for obtaining a surety bond for passenger vessels. The bond ensures that the vessel operator will meet their performance obligations.

This Form is used for providing a guarantee by an Ocean Transportation Intermediary for the payment of liabilities arising from the transportation of goods by sea.

This document is an Escrow Agreement, which is used to outline the terms and conditions of an arrangement where a neutral third party holds funds or assets until certain conditions are met. It provides protection for both parties involved in a transaction by ensuring that funds or assets are secure until all obligations are fulfilled.

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