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Berlingieri on Arrest of Ships


Year: 2011
Language: english
Author: Francesco Berlingieri
Genre: Lloyd's Shipping Law Library
Publisher: Informa Law from Routledge
Edition: 5th
ISBN: 1843119587
Format: PDF/EPUB
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 1167
Description: This book is an invaluable source of information about the claims in respect of which a ship may be arrested in the various maritime countries of the world, the conditions for obtaining an order of arrest, the need, if any, for a security, the manner by which the ship that has been arrested may be released, the possibility of a multiple arrest and the jurisdiction on the merits.
Berlingieri provides an analysis and insightful commentary, on an article per article and paragraph per paragraph basis, of the 1952 International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to the Arrest of Sea-Going Ships and the 1999 International Convention on Arrest of Ships (entering into force September 2011).
New to this edition
Updating of the information on the interpretation of the 1952 Convention in a number of Contracting States
An analysis of the adoption of the rules of the 1999 Conventions in various States of the world, including China, the member States of the Communauté Économique et Monétaire de l’Afrique Centrale (Cameroon, Congo, Gabon, Tchad), the member States of the Comunidad Andina (Bolivia, Columbia, Ecuador and Peru) and Venezuela.
This book is a useful reference tool for practitioners, as well as academics and post-graduate students of maritime law.

Contents

Contents
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Glossary
Introduction
Table of Authors
Table of Cases
Table of Legislation
Table of Conventions
Table of CMI Conferences
Table of Conventions-Travaux Préparatoires
1 HISTORY OF THE CONVENTIONS
History of the 1952 Arrest Convention
1. The CMI Conference of 1930 in Antwerp
2. The preparatory work for a draft Convention on arrest of ships
3. The CMI Conferences of 1933 in Oslo and of 1937 in Paris
4. The CMI Conferences of 1947 in Antwerp, of 1949 in Amsterdam and of 1951
in Naples
5. The Brussels Diplomatic Conference, 2-10 May 1952
History of the 1999 Arrest Convention
6. The work of the CMI
7. The work of the Joint International Group of Experts on Maritime Liens and
Mortgages and Related Subjects (JIGE)
8. The Geneva Diplomatic Conference, 1-12 March 1999 and the subsequent
events
2 THE WAY TO UNIFORMITY OF MARITIME LAW IN RESPECT OF ARREST
OF SHIPS
1. Introduction
2. Methods of implementation
The 1952 Arrest Convention
3. The reservations made by States parties to the 1952 Arrest Convention
4. The implementation of the 1952 Arrest Convention by Contracting States
(a) States that have given force of law to the Convention

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