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CHAPTER 21 Maritime injunction

Maritime Law and Practice in China

Page 262 CHAPTER 21 Maritime injunction Introduction 21.1 The maritime injunction is a statutory remedy by which claimants may obtain a measure of protection against a respondent whose act has infringed or will potentially infringe the legitimate rights and interest of the claimants. By way of a maritime injunction order of the court, a respondent will be ordered to act or not to act. For example, a carrier may be compelled to issue a bill of lading upon the application of the shipper or the owners may be compelled not to sail at the request of the charterers.

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