Maritime Cross-border Insolvency: An Analysis For Germany, England And Wales And The Usa by Erik GöretzlehnerMaritime Cross-border Insolvency: An Analysis For Germany, England And Wales And The Usa by Erik Göretzlehner

Maritime Cross-border Insolvency: An Analysis For Germany, England And Wales And The Usa

byErik Göretzlehner

Hardcover | April 15, 2019

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This book provides an analysis and comparison of international insolvency rules, maritime laws and their inevitable intersection in maritime cross-border insolvencies. Until today, the on-going shipping crisis resulted in the insolvency of numerous shipping companies all over the world. The tensions arising between the legal systems of maritime and insolvency law, paired with conflicts of law in maritime insolvencies, are a major source of legal uncertainty and risk. 
In 2010, the Comité Maritime International installed an international working group on international maritime insolvencies and until today it is work in progress. This book gives an overview on maritime insolvencies, with a focus on Germany, England & Wales and the USA, and assesses the chances of achieving meaningful harmonization in the complex scenarios, where ships as mobile assets add a further complication to international insolvency proceedings.


Title:Maritime Cross-border Insolvency: An Analysis For Germany, England And Wales And The UsaFormat:HardcoverDimensions:154 pagesPublished:April 15, 2019Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3030117928

ISBN - 13:9783030117924

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Table of Contents

Introduction.- Cross-border Insolvencies.- The Maritime Industry and the Peculiarity of Maritime Liens.- Maritime Cross-Border Insolvency and Harmonisation.- Conclusion.