(a) Statement of Itemized Damages and Expenses Required: Every complaint in a Supplemental Rule (B) or (C) action shall state the amount of the debt, damages, or salvage for which the action is brought. In addition, the statement shall also specify the amount of any unliquidated claims, including attorneys' fees.
(b) Requirements and Procedures for Effecting Intervention: Whenever a vessel or other property is arrested or attached in accordance with any Supplemental Rule, and the vessel or property is in the custody of the United States Marshal, or duly authorized substitute custodian, any other person having a claim against the vessel or property shall be required to present their claim as indicated below:
(c) Special Requirements for Salvage Actions: In cases of salvage, the complaint shall also state to the extent known, the value of the hull, cargo, freight, and other property salved, the amount claimed, the names of the principal salvors, and that the suit is instituted in their behalf and in behalf of all other persons associated with them. In addition to these special pleading requirements, plaintiff shall attach as an exhibit to the complaint a list of all known salvors, and all persons believed entitled to share in the salvage. Plaintiff shall also attach a copy of any agreement of consortship available and known to exist among them collegially or individually.
(d) Form of Stipulations or Bonds: Except in cases instituted by the United States through information, or complaint of information upon seizures for any breach of the revenues, navigation, or other laws of the United States, stipulations or bonds in admiralty and maritime actions need not be under seal and may be executed by the agent or attorney of the stipulator or obligor. Stipulations for costs with corporate surety need not be signed or executed by the party, but may be signed by the party's agent or attorney.
(e) Stipulation for Costs:
(f) Deposit of Marshal's Fees and Expenses Required Prior to Effecting Arrest, Attachment and/or Garnishment:
(g) Property in Possession of a United States Officer: Whenever the property to be arrested or attached is in the custody of a United States officer, the Marshal shall serve the appropriate process upon the officer or employee; or, if the officer or employee is not found within the district, then to the custodian of the property within the district. The Marshal shall direct the officer, employee or custodian not to relinquish custody of the property until ordered to do so by the Court.
(h) Process Held in Abeyance:
(i) Release of Property in Accordance with Supplemental Rule (E)(5):
(j) Application to Modify Security for Value and Interest: At any time, any party having an interest in the subject matter of the action may move the Court, on due notice and for cause, for greater, better or lesser security, and any such order may be enforced by attachment or as otherwise provided by law.
(k) Custody and Safekeeping:
(l) Preservation, Humanitarian and Repatriation Expenses:
(m) Property in Incidental Custody and Otherwise Not Subject to the Arrest or Attachment:
(p) Stay of Final Order:
(q) Notice of Sale:
(r) Sale of a Vessel or Property:
(s) Post-Sale Claim: Claims against the proceeds of a sale authorized by these rules, except for seamen's wages, will not be admitted on behalf of lienors who file their claims after the sale.