For the first time, this unique text brings together all private international maritime law conventions alongside expert commentary and analysis. Truly global in approach, the book covers each of the nineteen conventions currently in force, all scrutinised by this internationally-acclaimed author. It also examines important maritime conventions not yet fully ratified, including the topical Rotterdam Rules.
This comprehensive resource provides a thorough treatment of both wet and dry shipping treaties, combining breadth of coverage with depth of analysis. In this second volume, the author covers the key conventions dealing with collision, salvage, maritime liens and mortgages, arrest of ships, and limitation of liability. In particular, the author covers:
- International Convention for the unification of Certain Rules of Law with respect to Collision between Vessels, 1910
- International Convention on certain Rules Concerning Civil Jurisdiction in Matters of Collision, 1952
- International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to Penal Jurisdiction in Matters of Collision or Other Incidents of Navigation, 1952
- International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules of Law Relating to Assistance and Salvage at Sea, 1910
- International Convention on Salvage, 1989
- International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to Maritime Liens and Mortgages, 1926
- International Convention on Maritime Liens and Mortgages 1993
- International Convention relating to the Arrest of Sea-Going Ships, 1952
- International Convention on Arrest of Ships, 1999
- International Convention Relating to the Limitation of Liability of Owners of Sea-Going Ships, 1957 and Protocol of 21 December 1979
- International Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims, 1976 and Protocol of 1996
This book is an indispensable reference for maritime lawyers, academics and students of maritime law worldwide.
A propos de l'auteur:
Francesco Berlingieri is a renowned Italian lawyer based in Genoa, Italy, specializing in maritime law at Studio Legale Berlingieri, the very first law firm to specialise in maritime law.
Francesco?s family has been involved in drafting maritime law for almost a century. In particular, his grandfather was involved in the drafting of the two 1910 Conventions on Collision and Salvage, the two 1924 Conventions on Limitation of liability and Carriage of goods and in the 1926 Convention on Maritime liens and mortgages. His father has been involved in the preparation of the 1952 Arrest Convention and in the 1957 Limitation Convention.
Francesco himself has been involved in drafting the 1969 Civil Liability Convention and the creation of the 1993 Maritime liens and mortgages Convention and of the 1999 Arrest Convention. Francesco has taught maritime law at various institutions in Italy and abroad. He was President of the Comité Maritime International (CMI) and presently holds an ad honorem President status. In addition, he is the Editor of Il Diritto Marittimo (a quarterly maritime law review, published in Genoa, Italy since 1899), the correspondent in Italy for Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, and the author of many books and articles in Italian, English and French.
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