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A reference work for professionals who are under pressure to provide advice to clients on how EC law effects their business and how to avoid the pitfalls and take advantage of the extended market in any European transaction. Twenty-six chapters cover aspects of EC shipping law in detail and the author takes a commercial as well as a legal perspective throughout. Chapters included cover EC marine environmental law and marine insurance law - freedom of establishment and freedom to provide shipping services in the EC. This second edition has been completely revised to include recent developments, and features extensive appendices on council decisions, resolutions and recommendations.
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