Admiralty and Maritime Law

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Thomson/West, 2004 - Law - 1316 pages
The Fourth Edition of this leading treatise, which is widely cited by the U.S. Supreme Court and lower federal and state courts, contains an updated, comprehensive analysis of the law of admiralty and shipping. Every section has new footnotes and there is over 100 pages of new or revised text. New documents were added as well. This resource is widely recognized as the standard work in the field.

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Contents

Admiralty Jurisdiction
1
Federalism and Admiralty
84
Admiralty and the General Maritime Law
106
like Performance
146
Seamen
196
Conveniens
235
THE JONES
262
E UNSEAWORTHINESS
287
Charter Parties
669
B BILLS OF LADING UNDER CHARTER PARTIES
680
MAJOR CHARTER PARTY ISSUES AND PROBLEMS
689
tention
702
Towage
717
Pilotage
739
Clause
750
Collision and Marine Casualty
754

F MAINTENANCE CURE AND UNEARNED WAGES
303
nates
320
Longshore and Harbor Workers
326
Remedies
343
Third Party
419
Wrongful Death
425
Maritime Law
433
Maritime Liens and Ship Mortgages
442
Liens
480
Carriage of Goods
488
B THE BILL OF LADING
546
THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS
563
COGSA AND THE HARTER
576
Limitation of Liability
804
Salvage
831
erty and the Law of Finds
844
General Average
862
Marine Pollution
873
Marine Insurance
912
ance
1032
Sovereign Immunity
1033
Admiralty Practice and Procedure
1054
Rule E
1081
Table of Cases
1143
Index
1295
Copyright

About the author (2004)

Thomas J. Schoenbaum is Dean and Virginia Rusk Professor at the University of Georgia.

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