An Introduction to Air Law

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Kluwer Law International, 1997 - Law - 244 pages
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An Introduction to Air Law offers a comprehensive & up-to-date view of all the main components making up this interesting & topical branch of international law. The material has been spread over ten chapters, & includes items such as liability of the carrier, insurance, product liability, sovereignty in airspace, offenses such as hijacking, & assistance & salvage. The main themes of the book are the so-called Warsaw Convention & the Chicago Convention on Civil Aviation, being the two pillars of support of the present-day aviation legislation. The text of this edition has been considerably modified in view of recent events & current developments. A number of relevant new cases has been added. An index by subject & an extensive bibliography complete the volume.

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Contents

THE CHICAGO CONVENTION OF 1944 ON INTERNATIONAL
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HI THE LIABILITY OF THE CARRIER UNDER THE WARSAW SYSTEM
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PRODUCT LIABILITY IN AVIATION
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