Admiralty Jurisdiction and Practice
A revision and update of the 1986 edition, which explains all aspects of Admiralty Practice, including practical examples of forms and precedents used in this highly specialized area of litigation. The book is divided into separate, clearly defined parts, each providing immediate access to information on a given topic. The following major areas are given particularly comprehensive coverage - jurisdiction, admiralty practice, forms and precedents and source materials.
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acknowledgment of service action in personam action in rem Admiralty action Admiralty Court Admiralty jurisdiction Admiralty Marshal Admiralty Registrar affidavit and/or Appendix apply arbitration Article assessors bottomry cargo cause of action caveat charterers charterparty Cinque Ports claim in respect claimant commenced Contracting Convention costs counterclaim county court Court Act 1981 Court of Admiralty Court of Appeal damage day of 19 defendants district registry domiciled filed formal investigation fund Hagg Hague-Visby Rules High Court hovercraft Ibid inherent jurisdiction issue judgment limitation action limitation of liability Ll.L.Rep Lloyd's Rep Lord loss maritime lien matters Merchant Shipping Act mortgage navigation notice owners paragraph party period personam plaintiffs plaintiffs claim port preliminary act priority proceedings Queen's Bench Division reason reference registered relation rule salvage shipowner Shipping Act 1894 solicitors statement of claim statutory subsection summons Supreme Court Act thereof United Kingdom unless vessel writ in rem