Admiralty and maritime law, Volume 1

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Thomson/West, 2004 - Law - 741 pages
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Contents

Volume
1
International Shipping and the Law of the Sea
19
Admiralty Jurisdiction
74
Federalism and Admiralty
157
Admiralty and the General Maritime Law
179
Seamen
269
Longshore and Harbor Workers
399
Wrongful Death
498
E UNSEAWORTHINESS
360
F MAINTENANCE CURE AND UNEARNED WAGES
376
Longshore and Harbor Workers
399
Wrongful Death
498
Maritime Liens and Ship Mortgages
515
Carriage of Goods
561
B THE BILL OF LADING
619
Freight
627

Maritime Liens and Ship Mortgages
515
Carriage of Goods
561
Volume 2
573
Charter Parties 1
585
Pilotage 71
596
Salvage 163
628
Marine Pollution 205
639
Volume 3
649
A Navigation and Seamanship 2
687
Volume
1
International Shipping and the Law of the Sea
19
B BASELINE DELIMITATION
29
SHIPPING AND NAVIGATION UNDER THE LAW OF
49
Admiralty Jurisdiction
74
Federalism and Admiralty
157
Admiralty and the General Maritime Law
179
Seamen
269
THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS
636
COGSA AND THE HARTER
649
Towage
49
Pilotage
71
Collision and Marine Casualty
86
Limitation of Liability
136
Salvage
163
General Average
194
Marine Pollution
205
Marine Insurance 244
135
Sovereign Immunity
365
Chapter21 Admiralty Practice and Procedure
386
Table of Cases 459
522
Index 613
541
Volume 3
576
A Navigation and Seamanship 2
636
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About the author (2004)

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

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