SHIP REGISTRATION LAW AND PRACTICE
|Author(s)||Richard Coles, Edward Watt|
|Publisher||Informa Law from Routledge|
|D O W N L O A D|
The main aim of this volume is to introduce the readers to the modern legal concepts that surround the process of ship registration and to provide them with an objective and correct assessment of all issues commonly arising when so-called "flags of convenience" (or "open registers") are used, plus to perform detailed examination of the procedures in numerous key jurisdictions.
The content of the publication incorporates the individual national chapters with the materials being presented in a common format to enable the busy practitioners to gain ready and quick access to the relevant information and easily compare the requirements of one jurisdiction with another. This latest edition of the title has been significantly expanded and now includes several new chapters that are devoted to Belize, Singapore and NIS, standing for the Norwegian International Register.
The majority of the national chapters include an additional section that deals with the yachts where the flag authorities adopted relevant codes of practice applicable to commercial yachts or other measures implemented to attract private and commercial yachts to their flag. Ironically, going from open registers to national registers has broadened the categories of ship owners qualified to be owners of registered vessels in those jurisdictions...
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