Admiralty Jurisdiction and Practice

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Lloyd's of London Press, 1993 - Admiralty - 544 pages
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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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Contents

Table of Cases
xxxv
Table of Legislation
li
INTRODUCTION
1
Copyright

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