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Admiralty law or maritime law is the distinct body of law both substantive and procedural governing navigation and shipping. Topics associated with this field in legal reference works may include: shipping; navigation; waters; commerce; seamen; towage; wharves, piers, and docks; insurance; maritime liens; canals; and recreation. Piracy ship hijacking is also an aspect of admiralty.
The book was written by the team of recognized specialists contributing their knowledge and experience with the ultimate intention to give readers a perfect and professional insight into the most important issues in the field of the internationally made contracts for sale and transportation.
There are three parts in this volume with the first one offering readers a detailed and thorough discussion on the most critical issues and unanswered questions related to the international trade and associated contracts.
The second part is devoted to the legal aspects normally arising in relation with the security of the cargoes, letters of credit and other papers involved. Finally, the third part provides an up to date analysis of the matters relating to the cargo insurance. The volume features a truly remarkable and impressively broad coverage of the topics and shall be a vital reading and reference source for both students and industry professionals, who will find the information contained herein, beneficial for their study and work.
Written by the team of the world class maritime lawyers, this fourth edition of the title takes into account all latest developments in the field of the maritime law. The opening chapter of the publication is dealing with the conflict of laws including the arbitration, court arbitration, and governing law. The shipbuilding and ship sale contracts and the associated obligations, registration of the ships, and essentials of the ship finance are covered in the second chapter while the third one deals with the international maritime trade and the relevant shipping paperwork; here, the basic terms, contract performance and other important aspects are covered.
The topics covered in the rest of the volume include but are not limited to the carriage of passengers, liabilities of the ship, wreck removal, pilotage, salvage, limitation of liability etc. The tables of legislation and all relevant conventions and rules are provided at the end of the book. The modern transportation of cargo by sea is one of the most important aspects of the international trade. In fact, it only adds a few percent to the overall cost of the products.
However, it normally takes much longer and there are also certain issued with the efficient integration of this transportation option with the others. In addition to that, due attention shall be paid to the safety of the transportation as well as the environment protection.
The latest technological achievements and advances in the field of maritime transportation are posing the serious demands on the science requiring proper synergy of the maritime and IT fields.
It affects such important areas as the risk assessment, computational intelligence, knowledge representation and so many others, considered critical for the safe and efficient transportation. The present volume is focusing on the most interesting researches on the IT methodologies as applied to the marine transportation. There are seven chapters covering the necessary areas and giving readers a clear picture. In this volume, the team of recognized maritime law professionals tries to answer the most important questions related to the security challenges as applied to the United States.
They analyze the modern legal challenges for America together with the naval operations confronting them.
In fact, this is the first volume on the operational law addressing such the important aspects never been dealt with in detail before. The idea of the authors was to provide industry with the proper platform so that the practitioners can benefit from the expertise in the contemporary maritime law.
The ongoing trends have been addressed and analyzed in detail. There are four main parts in the book, staring with the introduction and the maritime challenges of today, followed by the information on the international straits and associated rights and obligations.
The third part of the book is entirely devoted to the maritime security and safety, while the closing part addresses the law of the armed conflict, including the historical background, contraband and prize, public international law etc. The volume will definitely be interesting to the maritime lawyers and as such is recommended to them all. The author of the present volume focused mainly on the features specific to the Baltic Sea, paying due attention to its uniqueness in the legal terms.
There are up to six regulation levels acting in parallel, including the national laws and general international law, European Union law, different municipal and local regulations, as well as the many other arrangements. It shall be noted, however, that having so many laws, rules, and regulations does not guarantee the effectiveness.
The content of this document covers several topics considered internationally important; however, it was found that in these particular areas there are certain gaps in the regulatory framework. Apart from the legal analysis of the serious aspects specific to the region, the volume also addresses the regulatory anatomy, providing the detailed explanations.
You will get to know how exactly the gaps in the regulatory set are normally formed, and how they shall be filled. The author explains the interaction of the different regulatory layers. The book will be of practical use for the people engaged in the ship operation in the Baltic Sea area, providing all necessary information hard to find in any other sources. Have a look into this compact but very useful and informative booklet providing the essentials of the shipbuilding contracts.
Developed and released by the entity with the huge experience in making the shipbuilding contracts, and reviewing the associated paperwork, it will be an excellent training tool for those entering the industry. It will be of particular benefit to the clients since they will be given a good idea of the most important aspects that have to be taken into consideration during the negotiations between the shipbuilding facility and the client. It also provides an insight to the commonly used and agreed terms.
The booklet opens with the information on the forms and specifications, followed by the sections on the contract pricing and payment terms, and sub-contracting. The liquidated damage provisions are addressed separately. Then, there are two chapters on the risks and security.
The ship classification has been dealt with; also, the due attention has been paid by the author to the documentation and ship delivery, sea trials, warranty period, dispute resolution, and defaults by the buyer and the builder.
This is a great tool prepared by the great professionals. The present publication was written by the recognized and professional maritime lawyer and is intended to provide a good coverage of the important aspects of the international law that apply to the MIO, sanding for the maritime interception operations carried out on the high seas.
The MIO is a widely-used naval operation and as such is being employed within a full range of the conflicts taking place in the modern maritime shipping industry.
The author has also performed the analysis of the regulatory framework in connection with the MIO via the legal regimes and bases. The document is mainly focusing on the various naval operations being looked at as a sub-discipline of the military operations law and will be of particular professional interest to the policy advisors and practitioners, engaged in the subject field. We would recommend having a copy on the bookshelf so that it can be used as a reference at any time when needed.
The content is presented in a very reader-friendly and systematic manner. This is the sixth edition of one of the most popular titles on the maritime law. The publication features a truly exhaustive coverage of all topics and will be excellent for both the newcomers to the world of law and the experienced specialists.
Note that all latest changes in the legislation are duly reflected in the pages of this publication. There are thirteen main sections in this book and it opens with the one explaining the ship ownership and registration.
It is followed by the sections on the ship mortgage and ship sale, contracts for the new construction of the ships, bills of lading and charter parties, maritime claims and admiralty jurisdiction, sovereign immunity etc.
The tables of cases, international conventions, and legislation are also included. The appendices to the main content provide additional information, including the texts of the several conventions, protocols, acts, agreements and standard forms. This is a must-have for all lawyers involved in the maritime industry. The "Read Later" function allows you to add material to this block with just one click.
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Search Search Keywords Submit Search. LWE - Admiralty Law. This course aims at introducing students to the practical and procedural aspects of the Admiralty Jurisdiction as exercised by the High Court in Hong Kong. Issues including maritime liens and ship arrests are explored. Aspects of private international law conflict of laws as relevant to the Admiralty Jurisdiction are considered.
The book was written by the team of recognized specialists contributing their knowledge and experience with the ultimate intention to give readers a perfect and professional insight into the most important issues in the field of the internationally made contracts for sale and transportation. There are three parts in this volume with the first one offering readers a detailed and thorough discussion on the most critical issues and unanswered questions related to the international trade and associated contracts. The second part is devoted to the legal aspects normally arising in relation with the security of the cargoes, letters of credit and other papers involved. Finally, the third part provides an up to date analysis of the matters relating to the cargo insurance. The volume features a truly remarkable and impressively broad coverage of the topics and shall be a vital reading and reference source for both students and industry professionals, who will find the information contained herein, beneficial for their study and work.
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Compilation No. About this compilation. This is a compilation of the Admiralty Act that shows the text of the law as amended and in force on 1 July the compilation date. The notes at the end of this compilation the endnotes include information about amending laws and the amendment history of provisions of the compiled law. Uncommenced amendments.
Admiralty law or maritime law is a body of law that governs nautical issues and private maritime disputes. Admiralty law consists of both domestic law on maritime activities, and private international law governing the relationships between private parties operating or using ocean-going ships. While each legal jurisdiction usually has its own legislation governing maritime matters, the international nature of the topic and the need for uniformity has, since , led to considerable international maritime law developments, including numerous multilateral treaties.
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