Recoverability of Pure Economic Loss Arising from Ship-source Oil Pollution
This book focuses on liability and compensation for negligently caused pure economic loss as a general question in tort law and specifically as a question in maritime tort law, especially in cases of oil pollution damage. A substantial part of this study is dedicated to the examination of the legal status of pure economic loss caused by ship-source oil pollution incidents, the outer margins of recoverable losses as well as compensation practice, from both an international and a national perspective. The compensation practices of the IOPC Funds have been analysed carefully for this purpose.
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1992 Civil Liability admissibility of claims Aegean Sea Braer cargo chapter China Civil Liability Convention claimant claims for pure claims submitted commercial fishermen common law contamination contract costs Court of Appeal criteria damage caused defendant duty duty of care exclusionary rule Executive Committee Fifty-Fourth Session fish Fund Convention Fund’s Claims Manual Funds Annual Report GPCL Greystoke Castle Intersessional Working Group IOPC Fund’s Claims IOPC Funds Annual IOPC Funds Document Landcatch loss of profit mariculture marine environment maritime law name in Chinese negligence nomic loss oil pollution damage oil pollution incident oil spill original name owners paragraph physical damage plaintiff principle property damage protection proximity pure eco pure economic loss reasonable Record of Decisions recoverability of pure Rue/Anderson 2009 scope Sea Empress Session Seventh Intersessional Shetland ship ship-source oil pollution shipowner tanker third party tion Tort Law tort liability tourism vessel victims