The Law and Practice of Admiralty Matters

Hardcover | April 6, 2016

bySarah Derrington, James M. Turner QC

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By their very nature, ships do not stay put. They are also uniquely vulnerable to arrest. The good sense of a work which covers the law of arrest in multiple significant maritime jurisdictions is not hard to see. Derrington and Turner should be at the elbow of lawyers, insurers, ship owners,and maritime claimants across the globe. In addition to its practical value, the scholarly and uniquely comparative approach taken by this book advances the understanding of the law practised in the Admiralty jurisdictions, particularly in an era when the sheer volume of decisions produced by thefuture Lord Brandon are a distant and fast-receding memory.As with the first edition of this well-regarded work, difficult and unsettled points of law are analysed alongside considered illustrations drawn from the case law of England, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore and South Africa. The book has been fully revised and updated with significant developments in both the substantive admiralty law and procedural rules of major jurisdictions, including changes to the conventions which affect limitation of liability on a ship owner and to the rules on stay for arbitration, thejurisprudence of arrest procedures and cross-border insolvencies, and judicial and academic evaluations of the true nature of a maritime lien. Interactions with the recast Brussels jurisdiction regulation are also discussed in this second edition.

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By their very nature, ships do not stay put. They are also uniquely vulnerable to arrest. The good sense of a work which covers the law of arrest in multiple significant maritime jurisdictions is not hard to see. Derrington and Turner should be at the elbow of lawyers, insurers, ship owners,and maritime claimants across the globe. In a...

Sarah Derrington is Head of School and Dean of Law at the TC Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland. She is also a barrister at Quadrant Chambers, Brisbane, specialising in maritime and shipping law. James Turner QC is a Barrister at Quadrant Chambers. He took silk in 2013 and is a specialist shipping and commercial advocate wi...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:448 pagesPublished:April 6, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198729553

ISBN - 13:9780198729556

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction2. The Nature and Scope of the Modern Admiralty Action3. Proprietary Maritime Claims4. Maritime Liens (and other charges)5. General Maritime Claims6. Admiralty Procedure and the Arrest Process7. Post-arrest Procedure8. Distribution of the Fund9. Procedure in Collision Cases10. Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims11. Arbitration IssuesAppendicesAppendix 1: Admiralty Court Act, 1840Appendix 2: Admiralty Court Act, 1861Appendix 3: Supreme Court of Judicature (Consolidation) Act, 1925Appendix 4: Administration of Justice Act, 1956Appendix 5: Senior Courts Act, 1981 (UK)Appendix 6: Admiralty Act, 1988 (Australia)Appendix 7: Federal Courts Act, 1985 (Canada)Appendix 8: High Court Ordinance Chapter 4 (Hong Kong)Appendix 9: Admiralty Act, 1973 (New Zealand)Appendix 10: High Court (Admiralty Jurisdiction) Act (Cap 123, 2001 Rev Ed) (Singapore)Appendix 11: Admiralty Jurisdiction Regulation Act 105 of 1983 (South Africa)Appendix 12: Admiralty Court FormsAppendix 13: The Arrest Conventions of 1952 and 1999

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Review from previous edition: "[A] very fine book ... skilfully structured ... which provides the reader with a clear and readable exposition of a fascinating area of law and practice. It is well researched, comprehensive, contemporary and discerning ... [and] represents a significantcontribution to the literature." --Journal of International Maritime Law, Vol. 13 (2007)