Now in its third edition, Merchant Shipping Legislation is a useful tool tool for those wishing to refer to the UK and Commonwealth merchant shipping statutes. Organized in subject areas and regularly updated, this complete annotation and commentary on the UK and Commonwealth merchant shipping legislation will be of use to the work of maritime lawyers in the UK and overseas. All the provisions of the various merchant shipping acts are contained in a single easy-to-use volume organized in subject areas.
Divided into twenty chapters, the work addresses all the most important areas including: registration; collisions; salvage; pilotage; environmental protection; oil pollution and carriage of goods.
1. Introduction 2. Literature on "excellence in construction" 3. Analysis of common characteristics of the contracts used in projects discussed in chapter 2 4. The "Communication Gap" 5. Risk 6. Collaboration 7. Tools 8. Summary
We are proud of our Lloyd’s Shipping Law Library, and rightly so; our collection has the leading titles written by the heavyweight practitioners of the shipping world. Shipping lawyers worldwide will find the information that they need at their fingertips within this library.
This diverse and truly international portfolio covers both wet and dry shipping; for example, we have titles on marine insurance, admiralty jurisdiction, shipbuilding, tug and tow, general average, arrest of ships, and laytime and demurrage. Our key titles include Voyage Charters and Time Charters.