Admiralty Jurisdiction (eBook)

Law and Practice in South Africa


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    Edition: 2nd Edition
  • Format: eBook
  • ISBN: 9780702199264
  • Extent: 546 Pages
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  • Category: Maritime Law

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This work is a comprehensive discussion of the law of admiralty jurisdiction in South Africa.  There are extensive references to case law, which is critically analysed.  Reference is frequently made to the law in comparative jurisdictions.  The second edition provides greater coverage in general than the first edition, and updates the law as at the end of November 2011.

  • Preface
  • Law reports cited with mode of citation
  • Principal authorities cited with mode of citation
  • Table of statutes
  • Table of rules
  • Table of cases
  • International conventions cited
  • Reports cited
  • Historical outline
  • Admiralty jurisdiction
  • The law applicable to the matters in respect of which admiralty jurisdiction exists
  • The action in rem
  • Security arrests
  • The action in personam
  • Description of parties, representation and locus standi
  • Miscellaneous statutory powers and excessive claims and proceedings brought without reasonable and probable cause
  • Maritime liens
  • Judicial sales, the creation of a fund and its distribution and the ranking of claims
  • Appendices
  • Index

  • Advocates and attorneys specialising in shipping law

  • Academics

  • Shipping industry

  • Libraries

Key Benefit

  • The most up to date exposition and commentary on admiralty jurisdiction

  • Comprehensive index for ease of reference

  • Full references in footnotes

  • Appendices contain full text of relevant legislation and rules of court

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This work is a comprehensive discussion of the law of admiralty jurisdiction in South Africa.  There are extensive references to case law, which is critically analysed.  Reference is frequently made to the law in comparative jurisdictions.  The second edition provides greater coverage in general than the first edition, and updates the law as at the end of November 2011.

  • Preface
  • Law reports cited with mode of citation
  • Principal authorities cited with mode of citation
  • Table of statutes
  • Table of rules
  • Table of cases
  • International conventions cited
  • Reports cited
  • Historical outline
  • Admiralty jurisdiction
  • The law applicable to the matters in respect of which admiralty jurisdiction exists
  • The action in rem
  • Security arrests
  • The action in personam
  • Description of parties, representation and locus standi
  • Miscellaneous statutory powers and excessive claims and proceedings brought without reasonable and probable cause
  • Maritime liens
  • Judicial sales, the creation of a fund and its distribution and the ranking of claims
  • Appendices
  • Index

  • Advocates and attorneys specialising in shipping law

  • Academics

  • Shipping industry

  • Libraries

Key Benefit

  • The most up to date exposition and commentary on admiralty jurisdiction

  • Comprehensive index for ease of reference

  • Full references in footnotes

  • Appendices contain full text of relevant legislation and rules of court

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