‘Seaworthiness of Vessel within International Maritime Law’
Solicitor (LLB). Philosophy Doctorate in Commercial and Maritime Law (PhD). Master’s Degree in Maritime Law (LLM). Master Mariner. Bachelor of Science in Nautical and Maritime Transport (BSc)
Escuela de Administración Marítima, Dirección de Infraestructuras del Transporte, Departamento de Medio Ambiente y Política Territorial del Gobierno Vasco, Servicio Central de Publicaciones, Vitoria – Gasteiz, Spain, July 2013
Pages: 1,098 pages Language: Spanish
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Written as a reference manual, the book contains a comprehensive and detailed research study on seaworthiness of vessel, covering all areas of International Maritime and Private Law. It summarizes the current legislative material in virtually most of the Legal Systems (Civil Law and Common Law), focuses its study on the initial and maintenance obligations of seaworthiness of vessel in all international operating or exploitation contracts, in the international carriage of goods by sea, and in the marine insurance. The content of the book cites and analyzes more than 1,000 case law rulings, judgments, decisions and arbitral awards relating to the seaworthiness of vessels that, during the last 200 years and even today, have been dictating at an international level by judges and courts. To the legislative and case Law content, it has also added an extensive bibliography, with more than 350 reference books duly commented.