Berlingieri on Arrest of Ships: A Commentary on the 1952 Arrest Convention
This text provides detailed comparative commentary and analysis of the 1952 Arrest Convention. It has been updated and expanded to incorporate developments in legislation and case law and to cover additional jurisdictions. As well as analyzing the provisions of the convention article by article, the book also explains how the convention has been implemented in contracting states, and examines the practical differences in non-contracting states."
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THE SCOPE OF APPLICATION OF THE CONVENTION
Ships flying the flag of nonContracting States
How the Arrest Convention has been implemented
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