|Pris: 3398 SEK exkl. moms |
|Admiralty Claims, the latest addition to British Shipping Laws, fills an obvious gap in shipping law commentary by presenting a comprehensive single-volume treatment of admiralty claims aimed at practitioners. |
- Covers the rules and principles peculiar to admiralty claims and explains their relationship with related areas of substantive and adjectival law.
- Investigates the theoretical underpinnings of the subject, in order to enhance understanding and to indicate novel lines of enquiry.
- Contains a treatment in terms of detail and theoretical and practical methodology which is clearly superior to currently available treatments.
- Offers an in-depth treatment of the whole of Admiralty Claims and jurisdiction.
- Combines both a principled and a practical approach.
Highlights and explains the distinction between admiralty and ordinary claims rules.
- Incorporates discussion of international conventions, European Union law and the expected effects of Brexit.
- Has been written by two of the leading UK academics in maritime law.
1 General rules and principles of civil claims
2 Subject-matter of maritime claims
3 Dispute Resolution methods
4 Nature of Admiralty Claims
5 Preliminary measures
6 Disputing jurisdiction
7 Initiation of Claims, Procedure and Remedies
9 Limitation of Liability
10 Applicable Laws
11 Admiralty Arbitration
12 Security, Insolvency and Priorities; distributing the fund
13 Enforcement of judgments and awards