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1.

Does the site cater to recreational vessels as well as commercial?

2.

Can a missing and presumed stolen boat be posted on the site?

3.

Can a claim of lien be posted for work in progress on a vessel?

4.

How can one determine a hull identification number on a vessel whose number has been obliterated?

5.

Can a contractor post more than one lien on the site?

6.

Does the MarineLiens.com  site organize my claims for me?

7.

Are the claims of liens posted to the site uploaded to any governments site, such as the United States Coast Guard, Registrar of Ships, etc.?

8.

Can a broker post a claim for commission on Marineliens.com?

 

FREQUENTLY ASK QUESTIONS:

 
1.

Does the site cater to recreational vessels as well as commercial?

A.

Yes! A lien is a lien and does not discriminate between vessel usage or trade endorsements

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2.

Can a missing and presumed stolen boat be posted on the site?

A.

Yes! This is a very important category and the www.marineliens.com site will be searched by users worldwide. The site will be instrumental in the deterring of stolen boats. If a stolen boat is discovered it will be important to notify the local authorities or a reputable marine surveyor. If for some reason neither of these assist you, we offer a link to the directory of International Association of Marine Investigators at www.iamimarine.org .

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3.

Can a claim of lien be posted for work in progress on a vessel?

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Yes! Since the posting, editing and releasing of a claim is free, the site can be used as on online receivables tool. A posted claim can be updated daily as additional time and materials are invested into the job by the contractor.

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4.

How can one determine a hull identification number on a vessel whose number has been obliterated?

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Your local authorities or reputable surveyor has access to the source for the hidden number to confirm identity of the vessel. Also, should neither of these categories be able to help you, contact the International Association of Marine Investigators at www.iamimarine.org

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5.

Can a contractor post more than one lien on the site?

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Yes! Each contractor/user can post as many claims as he has. A user may post a claim for each outstanding contract on the same vessel. If one contract were paid, then only that claim would be released while the others remain.

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6.

Does the site organize my claims for me?

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Yes! Once a user registers on the site a “Personal Home Page” is created within the site. All claims posted by the user will appear in order on the “Personal Home Page” of the registered user. From the user’s “Personal Home Page” the individual claims of lien can be accessed.

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7.

Are the claims of liens posted to the site uploaded to any governments site, such as the United States Coast Guard, Registrar of Ships, etc.?

A.

No. All claims posted on the www.marineliens.com site remain independent and are not shared with any other organization. Governments, however, may register as users of the site.

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8.

Can a broker post a claim for commission on Marineliens.com?

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Yes! To protect himself the broker may post a claim on the site upon the signing of the listing agreement. The broker should advise the owner of the process. By doing so may discourage the owner from selling the vessel outside of the listing agreement. The broker may also tell each buyer of the posting on the site to further discourage the potential buyer for trying to purchase without the broker.

However, it must be clear that brokerage commissions may not be considered a maritime claim.
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