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Admiralty Claims by Professor Andrew Tettenborn, Professor Francis Rose

Author Professor Andrew Tettenborn, Professor Francis Rose
Publication Date 30 Jun 2020
ISBN 9780414075276
Format Hardcover
Publisher Sweet & Maxwell
 

This new work presents a comprehensive treatment of all aspects of Admiralty claims, giving practitioners access to highly authoritative guidance on the procedures. It also explores the underlying legal principles in depth so practitioners are fully equipped to use them in their work.

It goes through all stages of a claim, explaining when the facts justify an Admiralty claim, how to begin and proceed with a claim, how it is enforced, and how the interests of competing claimants and other parties are reconciled. At each stage it makes reference to the relevant EU law and international conventions.

  • Provides best-practice guidance on all aspects of Admiralty claims
  • Analyses the underlying legal principles
  • Explains the Admiralty claims rules and procedures
  • Advises on practical steps which need to be taken to safeguard and enforce claims
  • Examines how Admiralty claims rules differ from ordinary claims rules
  • Deals with all related EU, international and conflict of laws issues
  • Explains how the new Rome II Regulation fits into the general framework of Admiralty claims
  • Reproduces relevant legislation, CPR, Practice Directions, Court and other standard forms so everything required is available in one source
  • Includes the rules of the London Maritime Arbitrators Association

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. General rules and principles of civil claims
  2. Subject-matter of maritime claims
  3. Dispute Resolution methods
  4. Nature of Admiralty Claims
  5. Preliminary measures
  6. Disputing jurisdiction
  7. Initiation of Claims, Procedure and Remedies
  8. Defences
  9. Limitation of Liability
  10. Applicable Laws
  11. Admiralty Arbitration
  12. Security, Insolvency and Priorities; distributing the fund
  13. Enforcement of judgments and awards
  14. Appendices

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