Sea Exploitation Law
The Mongolia Sea Exploitation Law came into force on 28 May 1999. The law includes provisions for the authority to promulgate and administer regulations pertaining to the operations of a ship registry and the compliance of all IMO Convention's requirements, which Mongolia is a party to. Such as the issuing of surveyor's licenses, COE, DCE certificates, implementing of penalties, documentation, and identification of vessels, radio requirements, vessel safety, rules for navigation, duties of master and other issues relating to ships flying the Mongolian flag.
The document is available for download here.