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Berlingieri on the Arrest of Ships, 5th Edition
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Berlingieri on the Arrest of Ships, 5th Edition

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Published 31 Aug 2011 (Informa)
ISBN: 9781843119586. Hardback.
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Professor Francesco Berlingieri

Berlingieri on the Arrest of Ships is a must for all maritime lawyers, judges and barristers. It will also be a useful reference for marine surveyors, classification societies, claims defence executives from I Clubs, cargo underwriters, shipowners, ship agents and ship management services.

Established as the source of information for all aspects of ship arrest, Berlingieri on Arrest of Ships, 5th Edition, analyses the provisions 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) also on the background of their travaux préparatoires and looks at issues including the:

  • claims in respect of which a ship may be arrested
  • conditions for obtaining an order of arrest;
  • ships that may be arrested
  • need, if any, for a security;
  • manner by which a ship that has been arrested may be released;
  • possibility of re-arrest and multiple arrest and
  • jurisdiction for the arrest and the merits of the claims

The new features of the fully updated 5th edition include:

  • a full revision of the interpretation of the 1952 Convention in a considerably greater number of 
    Contracting States including and includes now also the Russian Federation, Latvia, Portugal, several African States (Algeria, Cameroon, Republic of Congo, Gabon, Chad and Morocco), and several Caribbean States (Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Belize, Grenada, Guyana, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines)
  • analysis of the adoption of the 1999 Convention in some States including China, the member States of the Comunidad Andina (Bolivia, Columbia, Ecuador and Peru) and Venezuela.

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