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CHAPTER 36 In Rem Claims and Admiralty Jurisdiction

Bareboat Charters

36 In Rem Claims and Admiralty Jurisdiction 36.1 Three important questions arise in the context of the Admiralty and/or arrest jurisdiction of the court so far as concerns a vessel under a bareboat charter, namely (i) when can a third party arrest or proceed in rem against a bareboat chartered ship? (ii) when can a third party arrest or proceed in rem against a sister ship of the owner of the bareboat chartered ship? and (iii) when can a third party arrest or proceed in rem against a sister ship of the charterer of the bareboat chartered ship?

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