This is an abridged version of a casebook (previously published in two volumes) on admiralty and maritime law. Nine chapters cover: admiralty jurisdiction and procedure; federalism and admiralty jurisdiction; admiralty remedies; carriage of goods; charter parties; personal injury and death claims; collision and other accidents; maritime liens; and(23 F.3d at 348-49) a[T]he proposition that such repairs are made on land would practically deprive the admiralty courts of ... admiralty jurisdiction in their asbestosis suits against asbestos manufacturers because maritime nexus is lacking. ... to maritime law and the case is one of admiralty jurisdiction, whether the contract is to be performed on land or water. * * * A contract is not considered maritime merely because the services to be performed under the contract have reference to aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Admiralty and Maritime Law|
|Author||:||Robert Force, A. N. Yiannopoulos, Martin Davies|
|Publisher||:||Beard Books - 2006-06|