NEW TRENDS IN MARITIME LAW: MARITIME LIENS, ARREST OF SHIPS, MORTGAGES AND FORCED SALE.pdf

NEW TRENDS IN MARITIME LAW: MARITIME LIENS, ARREST OF SHIPS, MORTGAGES AND FORCED SALE PDF

Fotinopoulou Basurko, Olga/Martín Osante, José Manuel

Sinopsis: New Trends in Maritime Law: Maritime Liens, Arrest of Ships, Mortgages  and Forced Sales is a collection of articles analysing in detail the protection of maritime and port creditors from an international perspective. The contributors -professionals and academics from both common and civil law jurisdictions- address a broad range of issues: maritime liens, mortgages, arrests and forced sale of vessels. They identify the problems posed by current legislation and offer appropriate solutions. The book also provides a coordinated study of maritime law specialities and general aspects of civil and commercial law and proposes mechanisms for protecting crew members, with solutions related to applicable law and jurisdiction for maritime and port claims.

Article 66 of the Shipping Law provides that payment of maritime receivables shall be prioritised over payment of pledges, mortgage, and registered receivables. This is consistent with the provision of Article 1134 of the Indonesian Civil Code, which provides that certain rights may be prioritised over pledge or mortgage if it is expressly regulated under the law. Maritime liens, arrest of ships, Mortgages and forced sale. Forlaget Thomson. ISBN 9788491527732. Chapter 23. s 483 - 488 Falkanger, Thor (2017). Lovsatt fortrinns- og sikringsrett for pengefordringer. PrivIus Journal of Private Law. ISSN 2387-4538. (205) Falkanger, Thor (2016).

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El autor de NEW TRENDS IN MARITIME LAW: Maritime liens, arrest of ships, mortgages and forced sale, con isbn 978-84-9152-773-2, es Fotinopoulou Basurko, Olga; Martín Osante, José Manuel, , esta publicación tiene quinientas ochenta y dos páginas. (eds), New Trends in Maritime Law: Maritime Liens, Arrest of Ships, Mortgages and Forced Sale. (Thomson Reuters, Spain) 29-53 Stephen Girvin, "Cargo Claims" in Bennett HN (ed), Carver on Charterparties (United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell, 2017) 383-511

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