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Cross-jurisdiction analysis of maritime regulation for the international shipping industry. Leading local practitioners outline the laws for their jurisdiction, treating the following topics: newbuilding contracts, ship registration and mortgages, limitation of liability, port state control, classification societies, collision, salvage, wreck removal and pollution, ship arrest, judicial sale of vessels, carriage of goods by sea and bills of lading, jurisdiction and dispute resolution and limitation periods for liability.

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