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PART B Arbitration

Shipping Law Handbook

Page 129



B.1 Introduction

London has long been the principal world centre for the arbitration of maritime disputes. Many bills of lading, charterparties and other shipping contracts contain London arbitration and English law clauses, although the matter may be otherwise unconnected with England.

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