This book addresses the topical and current issues in maritime law and brings them together into a coherent strand by the common perspective of liabilities for the professional reader. Liability Regimes in Contemporary Maritime Law appeals to both the industry and the legal profession and provides a degree of analysis and discussion, while also bringing together in a single volume the essential interest in a range of individual subject areas.

part Part 1|60 pages

Ship Source Pollution – Oil and Hazardous and Noxious Substances

chapter Chapter 1|16 pages

Ship source pollution – Oil and hazardous and noxious substances

ByMåns Jacobsson

chapter Chapter 3|24 pages

Marine pollution liabilities under US law

ByRobert Force

part Part 2|18 pages

Port Liabilities

chapter Chapter 4|16 pages

Liabilities of ports in respect of marine pollution and related matters

ByProshanto K. Mukherjee

part Part 3|27 pages

Civil and Pollution Liabilities of Salvors

chapter Chapter 5|18 pages

Liabilities of salvors

ByStephen Girvin, Toby Stephens

chapter Chapter 6|7 pages

The liability of salvors for pollution

ByArchie Bishop

part Part 4|41 pages

Liabilities of Classification Societies under English and US Law

chapter Chapter 7|19 pages

The liabilities of classification societies – more awkward than it looks?

ByAndrew Tettenborn

chapter Chapter 8|19 pages

Classification society liability in the United States

ByMartin Davies

part Part 5|31 pages

The ISM and ISPS Codes and Maritime Liabilities

chapter Chapter 9|18 pages

The ISM and ISPS Codes: Influence on the evolution of liabilities

BySimon Kverndal

part Part 6|50 pages

Passenger Liabilities and Insurance

chapter Chapter 11|24 pages

Boundaries of the Athens Convention: What you see is not always what you get!

ByBaris Soyer

chapter Chapter 12|24 pages

Passenger liabilities and insurance: Terrorism and war risks

ByErik Røsæg

part Part 7|46 pages

Liabilities for Wrongful Arrest of Ships under Common Law and Civil Law

chapter Chapter 13|28 pages

Damages for wrongful arrest of ships in the English Admiralty jurisdiction

ByD. Rhidian Thomas

chapter Chapter 14|16 pages

Liability for wrongful arrest of ships from a civil law perspective

ByFrank G. M. Smeele

part Part 8|32 pages

Substantive and Jurisdictional Issues Relating to Limitation of Liability

chapter Chapter 15|21 pages

Problematical areas in the current global limitation regime

ByRichard Williams

chapter Chapter 16|8 pages

Jurisdictional aspects of limitation of liability for maritime claims

ByNigel Meeson