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Port State Control, Second Edition is a comprehensive publication dealing with the full implications and regulations of port State control. It provides a detailed analysis of the legal framework relating to port State control, including the most recent developments in this area. It covers not only the regional agreements on port State control and the EU legislation on this subject but also the background of the port State control process, its implications in practice and its effect on the ISM Code and the classification societies.
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This book will be an invaluable reference tool for shipping lawyers around the world.
Chapter 1. Flag State Control: Background Chapter 2. The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Chapter 3. Port State Jurisdiction Chapter 4. Introduction to Port State Control and IMO Guidelines Chapter 5. Regional Port State Control Agreements Chapter 6. Port State Control in the UK Chapter 7. The EU Directive on Port State Control Chapter 8. Equasis Chapter 9. The Erika, The Prestige and Effects on International Legislation Chapter 10. Port State Control in the US 11. The International Safety Management (ISM) Code Chapter 12. Classification Societies Chapter 13. Practical Implications of Port State Control
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