By Francesco Berlingieri
This booklet is a useful resource of knowledge in regards to the claims in admire of which a boat might be arrested within the numerous maritime nations of the realm, the stipulations for acquiring an order of arrest, the necessity, if any, for a safety, the style during which the send that has been arrested can be published, the potential of a a number of arrest and the jurisdiction at the merits.
Berlingieri offers an research and insightful observation, on a piece of writing in line with article and paragraph consistent with paragraph foundation, of the 1952 foreign conference for the Unification of convinced principles with regards to the Arrest of Sea-Going Ships and the 1999 overseas conference on Arrest of Ships (entering into strength September 2011).
New to this edition
- Updating of the data at the interpretation of the 1952 conference in a few Contracting States
- An research of the adoption of the principles of the 1999 Conventions in a number of States of the area, together with China, the member States of the Communauté Économique et Monétaire de l’Afrique Centrale (Cameroon, Congo, Gabon, Tchad), the member States of the Comunidad Andina (Bolivia, Columbia, Ecuador and Peru) and Venezuela.
This booklet is an invaluable reference instrument for practitioners, in addition to teachers and post-graduate scholars of maritime law.
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When in 2005 I was asked by Informa to prepare a fourth edition of the book I thought I should cover additional areas, such as jurisdiction for arrest and enforcement of the order of arrest and, therefore, I prepared a new questionnaire covering such additional areas. In the fourth edition both questionnaires, identified as Questionnaire I and Questionnaire II, and the responses to each of them were published as Appendices II and III. It occurred to me that this book might have been a more handy tool for those who had to apply the uniform rules in the matter of arrest of ships and, at the same time, for those who were responsible for the decision as to whether their governments should ratify or accede to the 1999 Convention, if the corresponding provisions of the 1952 and of the 1999 Convention were set out and commented in sequence.