Introductory note to Lenders and InsurersThank you for taking the time to review our organization.We have, over the years, made a strong effort to contact all Lenders and Insurers whoshare our interest in the various services we provide to our members. The first page ofour web site explains the reason for our existence and how we were formed. It is importantto note that we share the ideas of other similar organizations with regard to ourmembership'squalifications and practices. Click hereto view our page regarding what insurers and lenders expect from a marine survey. Feel free to advise us of any remarks or additions to this list you would like to see on the professional survey report. Please note our Code of EthicsPreambleThe surveying of marine vessels is of vital importance to the safety and financial interest of the boating public. It's importantance can't be diminished for any reason. Marine surveyors are expected to maintain their professional persona by conducting themselves in a proper professional manner at all times. Marine Surveyors must exhibit the highest standards of honesty and integrity at all times.The Marine Surveyor trade requires honesty, impartiality, and the understanding that their workmay cause unhappiness to some.I. Fundamental CanonsMarine Surveyors while engaged in their occupation shall: Aviod any act that may be, or seem to be, a conflict of interest. Realize that the proper performance of their assignment will benefit their client, only. Accept assignments they are qualified for, and compitent to complete.Avoid any type of deception. Conduct themselves, responsibly, ethically, and lawfully so as to enhance the Marine Surveyor trade,II. Rule of PracticeMarine Surveyor Members, while engaged in the Marine Surveyor trade, shall behave according to the Fundamental Cannons. Look for the ACMS seal or logo on your next Marine Survey report.