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People need vessels and will always be connected with shipping. Nowadays, fuel is transported by sea and the oil tankers and LNG/LPG carriers provide necessary resources for generating energy feeding our homes. This is an absolutely excellent publication for those studying or interested in the shipping law. The container vessels transport different types of goods including food, while the reefers actively ship various raw materials.
The maritime shipping law is at the base of everything done in the industry starting from concluding the new construction contracts up to and including the fuel supplies to the working vessels, bills of lading, employment of the people to work on board and many others. That is why it is deservedly treated as the integral part of the life of any single human engaged in the shipping industry. This book starts with the chapter on the ship ownership, covering the property and legal titles, ship registration, jurisdiction and many other important aspects.
The legal aspects of charter-parties, time-charter and bareboat charter parties, and bills of lading are dealt with in the next three chapters. The remaining chapters address the major conventions governing the marine transportation of cargo, general average, collision, environment pollution, limitation of liability and other aspects.
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