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Rule 9 Certificates of Entry and Endorsement Slips
As soon as reasonably practicable after accepting an application for the entry of a ship for insurance in the Association, the Managers shall issue to the Insured Owner of such Entered Ship, a Certificate of Entry in such form as may from time to time be prescribed by the Managers so that such Certificate of Entry shall state:
The date of the commencement of the insurance;
The terms and conditions on which the Entered Ship has been accepted for insurance;
Whether the ship is entered for the risks insured under Rule 2 or Rule 3 or both such Rules;
In respect of the risks insured under Rule 2, the Insured Value of the Entered Ship;
In respect of the risks insured under Rule 3, the Sum Insured;
Where only a part or percentage of the Insured Value is insured by the Association, that part or percentage;
In the case of a ship which is not a British Ship, the country in which she is to sail.
If at any time or from time to time the Managers and the Insured Owner of any Entered Ship shall agree to vary the terms relating to the Entered Ship, the Managers shall, as soon as reasonably practicable thereafter, issue to the Insured Owner of such Entered Ship an endorsement slip stating the terms of such variation and the date from which such variation is to be effective.