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Admiralty Law and Practice, Third Edition

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Format : eBook
No of Pages : 862
Edition :Third
Country :Singapore
Published Date :2017
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Book Description

The Third Edition, coming nearly a decade after the Second, covers the seminal decisions on Admiralty Law handed down by courts in Singapore, Australia, United Kingdom and Hong Kong over the last ten years. Various chapters have been rewritten to take into account legislative and caselaw developments, particularly in the areas of invocation of admiralty jurisdiction, procedure of arrest, maritime liens as well as tonnage limitation. While the legislative references are based on Singapore and Malaysian law, the book also includes cases from other jurisdictions which have the same or broadly similar legislative framework on Admiralty Law as these two jurisdictions such as the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Canada. Earlier editions of this Book have been cited in decisions of the Singapore, Malaysian, Hong Kong and Australian courts.

 

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Table of Contents

 

Chapter 1: Introduction to Admiralty Jurisdiction
Chapter 2: Subject of Action in Rem: Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the Action in Rem
Chapter 3: Invocation of Admiralty Jurisdiction
Chapter 4: Procedure Leading Up to Arrest in an Admiralty Action in Rem and Provision of Security
Chapter 5: Procedural Matters Arising After Arrest
Chapter 6: Maritime Liens
Chapter 7: Possessory Liens
Chapter 8: Statutory Rights of Action in Rem (Statutory Lien)
Chapter 9: Priorities
Chapter 10: Admiralty and Non Admiralty Actions in Personam
Chapter 11: Limitation Periods in Admiralty Actions
Chapter 12: Limitation of Liability
Chapter 13: Forum Selection in Maritime Proceedings
Chapter 14: Stay of Proceedings in Favour or Arbitration, Mareva Injunction in Aid of Arbitration

 

About the Author(s)

 

Toh Kian Sing, SC LLB (Hons)(NUS), BCL (Oxon) is a senior partner and head of shipping and international trade at Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP. He brings to his law practice a background of academic excellence, having taught at the National University of Singapore as well as Singapore Management University and currently holds a visiting professorship at Dalian Maritime University. Apart from admiralty law, his areas of expertise include bills of lading, charter party, ship building, marine insurance and commodity disputes. He regularly acts as an arbitrator in shipping and commodity disputes. Over the years, Kian Sing has also developed a strong reputation in letters of credit and warehouse finance litigation and is regularly instructed by banks and commodity houses for such disputes.