This handbook owes its origin to a project envisaged a few years ago to provide the shipping community with a top maritime product www.shiparrested.com. It provides a comprehensive and practical survey of the law relating to ship arrests worldwide and continues to be the most readable and user-friendly guide in this area.
In the international environment of maritime affairs, the community needs to be able to unravel the different procedures in order to arrest or release a ship around the globe. The fact that the maritime rules may be interpreted differently in different countries is becoming increasingly significant.
The purpose of this handbook is to offer a fresh look and a very practical approach on ship arrest/release practices worldwide. Therefore, when preparing this new edition, we thought convenient to circulate a questionnaire amongst the authors. We provide, separately for each country, their replies as such.
Thanks are due to the shiparrested.com members who have provided the network with top quality articles for the publishing of this book.
This publication covers the following jurisdictions: Belgium, Brazil, Cameroon, Costa Rica, Croatia, Denmark, England & Wales, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Turkey and Venezuela.
The law is stated as at 1st January 2007.
If you are interested in the publication “Ship Arrests in Practice, 2007” , please send us an email at email@example.com