Admiralty and Commercial Court: Forms and Precedents
Now in its second edition, this text provides forms and precedents commonly used in the shipping and relevant commercial area. In the past 20 years, shipping practice has changed considerably and the precedents used by practitioners in this area have been developed and in some cases altered substantially. The text takes full account of these developments. The editors have also completely revised the Commercial Court sections: the pleadings section has been reworked to make it more accessible; and the materials have been expanded to ensure, for example, that areas of increasing importance, such as oil pollution claims and reinsurance, are now covered; and the forms section is new, dealing in particular with the common interlocutory applications, Mareva injunctions and arbitrations.
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