2 edition of Shipping law & admiralty jurisdiction in South Africa found in the catalog.
Shipping law & admiralty jurisdiction in South Africa
Hare, John LLB.
|Other titles||Shipping law and admiralty jurisdiction in South Africa|
|LC Classifications||KTL970 .H37 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxxi, 1024 :|
|Number of Pages||1024|
|LC Control Number||2009404708|
Book Description. Admiralty Jurisdiction and Practice is the definitive work on litigation in the Admiralty Court. It provides unrivalled commentary and analysis of the key principles of admiralty law, from jurisdiction and procedure to forms and precedents, and is firmly established as the leading reference guide for today’s maritime practitioner. Admiralty Jurisdiction Regulation Act of ; International Arbitration Act and its impact on the enforcement of maritime claims in South Africa. The International Arbitration Act (“the Act”) came into force on 20 December Experts in Shipping & Aviation Law. Eversheds Sutherland 1 Relevant articles. Juta 2 Relevant.
It is a comprehensive account of admiralty jurisdiction – law and practice – in all such jurisdictions. Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia are all major world maritime trade centres. This book deals, in an up to date fashion with the law in those important Asian destinations – as well as with the law in Australia and New Zealand. Practical Guidance Maritime law discusses all aspects of shipping law and provides clear explanations with references to recent case law and practical examples. It contains the relevant content such as: public and private international law, maritime conventions and rules, admiralty jurisdiction and practice, marine insurance, carriage of goods.
Buy Admiralty Jurisdiction and Practice 5th ed, by Nigel Meeson, John A. Kimbell, ISBN , published by Informa Law from Routledge from , the World's Legal Bookshop. Shipping in the UK is free. Competitive shipping rates world-wide. A maritime claim is defined in the Admiralty Jurisdiction Regulation Act of (hereafter “the Act”) as “any claim for, arising out of or relating to” (emphasis added) those grounds of jurisdiction listed in section 1(1) of the Act. The characterisation of a claim as a “maritime claim” is crucial to the determination of whether a South African court of law has admiralty.
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Shipping Law & Admiralty Jurisdiction in South Africa [Hare, John E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Shipping Law & Admiralty Jurisdiction in South AfricaAuthor: John E. Hare. : Shipping Law & Admiralty Jurisdiction in South Africa (): Hare, John, Hare, John E.: BooksAuthors: John Hare, John E.
Hare. This publication is a comprehensive study of maritime law in South Africa since the Admiralty Regulation Act of broke the shackles of the limited reach of English colonial admiralty jurisdiction – which paradoxically then still applied in a republican South Africa.
Yet shipping law in the new South Africa remains essentially an English common law regime operating, not uncomfortably, with a rich overlay of the Roman-Dutch civilian Edition: 2nd Edition.
South African shipping law is a rich amalgam of English common law and Roman-Dutch civilian principles. Its provenance was profoundly influenced first by Dutch dominance over the seas and world trade during the 17th and 18th centuries, and then by the might of the English commercial empire of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Shipping Law and Admiralty Jurisdiction in South Africa. John Hare (LLB.) This is a comprehensive study of maritime law in South Africa since the Admiralty Jurisdiction Regulation Act of broke the shackles of the limited reach of English Colonial admiralty jurisdiction.
The second edition of Shipping Law & Admiralty Jurisdiction in South Africa follows ten years after its first publication.
The book aims to cover all aspects of admiralty jurisdiction and practice, and general shipping law, in one volume. Hare: Shipping Law & Admiralty Jurisdiction in South Africa: Juta R Hill: Arrest of Ships: Lloyd’s of London R § modern sa admiralty jurisdiction: towards the admiralty jurisdiction regulation act, 15 § the ubiquitous sec 6: the law applicable to admiralty matters in south africa 17 § maritime claims subject to old english jurisdiction 25 § novel south african jurisdiction 26 § the south african court structure - magistrates.
The Ebsworth & Ebsworth Maritime Law Lecture THE JURISDICTION AND PRACTICE OF THE ADMIRALTY COURT REVISITED A comparison of developments in Australia, the United States and England over the past quarter-century Frank L. Wiswall, Jr. J.D., Ph.D. (Cantab.), S. Proctor and Advocate in Admiralty Twenty-five years ago this month, I File Size: 79KB.
The Admiralty and Maritime Law Guide includes over 1, annotated links to admiralty law resources on the Internet and a growing database of admiralty case digests, opinions and international maritime conventions.
The emphasis is on the law of the United States and the focus is on Internet resources that can be used in an effective and practical manner by admiralty attorneys and maritime.
circuit local division, of the Supreme Court of South Africa shall have jurisdiction (hereinafter referred to as admiralty jurisdiction) to hear and determine any maritime claim (including, in the case of salvage, claims in respect of ships, cargo or goods found.
GOVERNMENT GAzETTE, 12 SEPTEMBER ADMIRALTY JURISDICflON REGULATION ACT, (c) the maritime claim concerned relates to a fund within, or freight payable in, the area of jurisdiction of that court. This second edition of John Hare's book on shipping law and admiralty jurisdiction in South Africa comes ten years after the first edition and has been long overdue.
It deals with a number of topics relating to shipping and admiralty jurisdiction and is broader in scope than the first by: 1. Of the latest books that have been produced in South Africa that relate to maritime law, Prof. J Hare's Shipping Law & Admiralty Jurisdiction in South Africa 2 ed, Juta & Co Cape Town () covers the admiralty "seascape" much more broadly without being superficial on the core concepts that make the shipping industry efficacious.
The book deals with many port related concepts in this by: 1. Admiralty Jurisdiction. The key to South African Admiralty Jurisdiction and Practice is the maritime claim, whose definition will be found in the Admiralty Jurisdiction Regulation Act read with the Admiralty Court Rules of of South Africa shall have jurisdiction (hereinafter referred to as admiralty jurisdiction) to hear and determine any maritime claim (including, in the case of salvage, claims in respect of ships, cargo or goods found on land), irrespective of the place where it arose.
This publication is a comprehensive study of maritime law in South Africa since the Admiralty Regulation Act of broke the shackles of the limited reach of English colonial admiralty jurisdiction – which paradoxically then still applied in a republican South Africa. Yet shipping law in the new South Africa remains essentially an English common law regime operating, not uncomfortably, with a rich overlay Book Edition: 2nd Edition.
No one involved in maritime law in South Africa can be unaware that without the contribution of Douglas Shaw QC the Admiralty Jurisdiction Regulation Act of would not have seen the light of day and the development of this area of our jurisprudence would have been considerably hampered if not entirely stultified.
Admiralty Act,was a law in force in the Union of South Africa immediately prior to the commencement of the Republ ic of South Africa Constitution Act, 32 ofand that sec. of the latter Act accordingly provided for its continuation in relation to the Republic until repealed or amended by competent Size: KB.
Shipping law and admiralty jurisdiction in South Africa by J. Hare,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. INTRODUCTION It is over 20 years since South Africa introduced its ‘‘associated ship’’ arrest provisions, in the Admiralty Jurisdiction Regulation Act of (‘‘the Act’’).
1 The implementation of these, at the time, ‘‘novel, unusual and at times far-reaching provisions’’, 2 earned South Africa a reputation in shipping.Shipping law and admiralty jurisdiction in South Africa: Responsibility: John Hare.This is part one of a book. not my own work.