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The making of a shipbuilding contract involves significant potential risks for both builder and customer. This book provides a source of expert guidance for those involved in drawing up, negotiating or enforcing shipbuilding contracts.
In one volume it gives a basis for the successful conduct of contracts both at home and internationally. The book takes the reader through all the main aspects of a shipbuilding contract, including those where conflicts are most likely to arise, for example:-
- the making of the contract and its pricing,
- registration and security,
- the passing of property,
- time of delivery,
- builder's and customer's default
- causes and remedies and third party rights.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. the making of the shipbuilding contract Chapter 2. Price Chapter 3. registration and security Chapter 4. the passing of property Chapter 5. risk and insurance Chapter 6. time of delivery Chapter 7. builder's default - cause of action Chapter 8. builder's default – defences Chapter 9. builder's default – remedies Chapter 10. customer's default Chapter 11. termination of the contract without breach Chapter 12. third parties.
Francesco Berlingieri is an Italian lawyer based in Genoa, Italy. He secializes in maritime law, and is widely considered a leading authority in the field.Professor Malcolm A Clarke is Professor Emeritus of Commercial Contract Law at the University of Cambridge.