Berlingieri on Arrest of Ships: A Commentary on the 1952 and 1999 Arrest Conventions
The 1952 Ship Arrest Convention attempted to bring some uniformity to the international law on ship arrest. In 1999, the New International Convention on Arrest of Ships was adopted, updating many principles of the 1952 Convention. Berlingieri on Arrest of Ships, provides detailed coverage of both the 1952 and 1999 Conventions giving all the background information necessary to understand the provisions of the Convention. As well as covering the 1999 Convention, the third edition also contains additional information on the implementation of the 1952 Convention by a number of Contracting States, and relevant court decisions recently issued with reference to the 1952 Convention.
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