Admiralty Jurisdiction and Practice: Third Edition

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LLP, 2003 - Law - 704 pages
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"Admiralty Jurisdiction and Practice" is the definitive work on litigation in the Admiralty Court. It provides a thorough explanation of jurisdiction, practice and procedure, and also contains forms and precedents. This new edition has been updated to include the new Civil Procedure Rules for Admiralty Jurisdiction and Proceedings, and the new Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Regulation. The book also deals with several issues not covered elsewhere including: the impact of insolvency on Admiralty proceedings; the interplay between the jurisdiction and practice of the Admiralty court; the series of rules on jurisdiction laid down by international Conventions; and limitation periods peculiar to certain claims falling within the admiralty jurisdiction collision action rules.

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Table of Cases
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APJ Shalin The 11991 2 Lloyd s Rep 62 4 109
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Ambetelios The and The Cephalonia 1923 P 68 2 95 2 99
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