Shipping Law - 4th Edition (eBook)

Shipping Law - 4th Edition (eBook)

Martin Davies, Martin Davies, Anthony Dickey QC, Anthony Dickey QC

eBook - ProView

$328.65* RRP + GST

Date: 17/08/2016

Code: 9780455238739

Lawbook Co., AUSTRALIA



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Shipping Law - 4th Edition is the landmark work in its field and provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of maritime law from a uniquely Australian perspective.

The Fourth Edition of this well-respected text on Australian maritime law captures the many developments that have occurred since the last edition published in 2004 and will include comparative reference to English and American law.

Commonly-occurring maritime law issues such as ship financing, insurance and liability are dealt with in useful detail alongside more occasional matters concerning pollution from ships, shipwrecks and the salvage of vessels.

Shipping Law - 4th Edition is an authoritative and invaluable resource for maritime law practitioners, maritime insurers and organisations involved in transporting goods by sea.

Key Features:

  • Australia’s implementation of the International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage 2001 (the Bunker Convention); and
  • Australia’s implementation of Annex VI of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution by Ships 1973 (MARPOL), dealing with air pollution from ships

"...the only textbook which covers all aspects of shipping law from the Australian point of view...for litigator(s) or transport lawyers(s) ... the first book to consult when a shipping problem arises." - Michael Gronow, barrister, on the 3rd Edition, Law Institute Journal, March 2005.

"It is encyclopaedic in its coverage and is recommended to anyone who is involved in any way with the preparation of documents with respect to ships or with disputes involving them." - Justice Peter Young, on the 3rd Edition, (2005) 79 Australian Law Journal 649.


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