maritime law


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Related to maritime law: International maritime law
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Noun1.maritime law - the branch of international law that deals with territorial and international waters or with shipping or with ocean fishery etc.
barratry - (maritime law) a fraudulent breach of duty by the master of a ship that injures the owner of the ship or its cargo; includes every breach of trust such as stealing or sinking or deserting the ship or embezzling the cargo
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
international law, law of nations - the body of laws governing relations between nations
Translations
derecho marítimo

maritime law

ndiritto marittimo
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The precise extent of the common law, and the statute law, the maritime law, the ecclesiastical law, the law of corporations, and other local laws and customs, remains still to be clearly and finally established in Great Britain, where accuracy in such subjects has been more industriously pursued than in any other part of the world.
1, is allowed under a 19th century maritime law and was invoked by ship owner Tote Services in a federal lawsuit last week.
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Article (1) states that, without prejudice to the provisions of the Maritime Law issued under Royal Decree No.
35) stipulates the amendment of some provisions of the Maritime Law issued by Decree Law No.
Needless to say maritime law was not something that came across his desk every day, nor was it likely to.
The two countries have also been discussing an agreement on maritime law enforcement cooperation to make trade and transportation between them more symbiotic.
Wary of sparking a similar conflagration, China has begun to lean on its civilian maritime law enforcement agencies to more gently press its influence on areas of the South China Sea and other regions.
Part 2 focuses on maritime law, with chapters on many topics, including maritime liens and mortgages, master and crew, the bill of lading, piloting, salvage and assistance, general average and particular average, collisions, pollution, and arrest of ships.
The Shura Council yesterday voted in favour of the proposal, which is included in a draft maritime law.
China restructured its top oceanic administration to enhance maritime law enforcement and better protect its marine resources in March.

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