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Oil Terminal Dues Act 🇳🇬


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Oil Terminal Dues Act

  • Published in Official Gazette supplement no. 25 on 15 May 1969
  • Commenced on 1 January 1965
  • [Up to date as at 31 December 2002]
An Act to provide for the levying and payment of terminal dues on any ship evacuating oil at any terminal in any port in Nigeria; and in respect of any services provided at those ports, and for all other matters connected therewith.

1. Levy of terminal dues, etc.

(1)As from the date of commencement of this Act, terminal dues may be levied, subject to the provisions of this Act and the Nigerian Ports Authority Act, on any ship evacuating oil at any oil terminal and in respect of any services or facilities provided under this Act.
(2)The following persons shall be liable to pay any terminal dues levied pursuant to subsection (1) of this section, that is-(a)the master or owner of the ship;(b)every consignor or agent who shall have paid or made himself liable to pay any dues on account of such ship,but, when any terminal dues are paid by any person …

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