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Index

Berlingieri on Arrest of Ships Volume 1

Page 713 Index Index appurtenances not owned by owner of ship 11.03 – 11.27 ; Algeria 11.04 ; Benin 11.05 ; Caribbean jurisdiction 11.25 ; CEMA Code 11.06 ; China-Hong Kong 11.07 ; Croatia 11.08 ; Finland 11.10 ; France 11.11 ; Germany 11.12 ; Greece 11.13 ; Italy 11.14 ; Morocco 11.15 ; Netherlands 11.16 – 11.17 ; Nigeria 11.18 ; Norway 11.19 ; Poland 11.20 ; Portugal 11.21 ; Slovenia 11.22 ; Sweden 11.23 ; United Kingdom 11.24 arrest 4.01 – 4.29 ; analysis of definition 4.01 – 4.21 ; definition 4.01 – 4.29 ; Denmark 4.22 ; France 4.23 ; Italy 4.24 ; Nigeria 4.25 ; Norway 4.26 ; relevant rules in law of certain contracting states 4.36 – 4.74 ; (Belgium 4.36 ; Benin 4.37 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 4.73 ; CEMAC 4.38 ; China-Hong Kong 4.39 – 4.47 ; Croatia 4.48 ; Denmark 4.49 ; Egypt 4.50 ; Finland 4.51 ; France 4.52 ; Germany 4.53 ; Greece 4.54 ; Haiti 4.55 ; Ireland 4.56 ; Italy 4.57 ; Latvia 4.58 ; Morocco 4.59 ; Netherlands 4.60 ; Nigeria 4.61 ; Norway 4.62 ; Poland 4.63 ; Portugal 4.64 ; Romania 4.65 ; Russian Federation 4.66 ; Slovenia 4.67 ; Sweden 4.68 ; United Kingdom 4.69 – 4.70 ); Sweden 4.27 ; United Kingdom 4.28 – 4.29 arrest of ship in respect of which claim asserted 11.01 – 11.145 arrest of ships owned by charterer in respect of claims of owner 4.01 – 14.21 associated ships 13.01 – 13.64 ; Algeria 13.07 ; Belgium 13.08 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 13.51 ; China-Hong Kong 13.10 ; Croatia 13.11 ; Denmark 13.12 ; Egypt 13.13 ; Finland 13.14 ; France 13.15 – 13.20 ; Germany 13.21 ; Greece 13.22 – 13.23 ; Haiti 13.24 ; Ireland 13.25 ; Italy 13.26 – 13.30 ; Latvia 13.31 ; Morocco 13.32 ; Netherlands 13.33 ; Nigeria 13.34 ; Norway 13.35 ; Portugal 13.36 ; Slovenia 13.37 – 13.38 ; South Africa 13.52 – 13.56 ; Sweden 13.39 ; United Kingdom 13.40 – 13.50 ; United States 13.57 – 13.59 bankruptcy: release from arrest, and 16.100 bottomry 5.146 – 5.159 ; analysis of claim 5.146 – 5.147 ; Belgium 4.36 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.157 – 5.159 ; China-Hong Kong 5.148 ; Denmark 5.149 ; Finland 5.150 ; Nigeria 5.151 ; Norway 5.152 ; Sweden 5.153 ; United Kingdom 5.154 – 5.156 Brussels Diplomatic Conference 2–10 May 1952 1.20 claimant: analysis of definition 4.31 – 4.35 ; definition 4.31 – 4.35 claims against demise charterer and other persons liable 11.89 – 11.141 ; Algeria 11.109 ; Belgium 11.110 ; Benin 11.111 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 11.138 – 11.141 ; CEMAC 11.112 – 11.113 ; China-Hong Kong 11.114 ; Croatia 11.115 ; Denmark 11.116 ; Egypt 11.117 ; Finland 11.118 ; France 11.119 ; Germany 11.120 ; Greece 11.121 ; Ireland 11.122 ; Italy 11.123 ; Latvia 11.124 ; Morocco 11.125 ; Netherlands 11.126 ; Nigeria 11.127 ; Norway 11.128 ; Poland 11.129 ; Portugal 11.130 ; Russian Federation 11.131 ; Slovenia 11.132 – 11.33 ; Sweden 11.134 ; United Kingdom 11.135 – 11.137 claims against owner of ship 11.31 – 11.75 ; Algeria 11.45 ; Belgium 11.46 ; CEMAC Code 11.47 ; China-Hong Kong 11.48 ; Croatia 11.49 ; Denmark 11.50 ; Finland 11.51 ; France 11.52 – 11.54 ; Germany 11.55 ; Greece 11.56 ; Haiti 11.57 ; Ireland 11.58 ; Italy 11.59 ; Latvia 11.60 ; Morocco Page 714 11.61 ; Netherlands 11.62 ; Nigeria 11.63 – 11.64 ; Norway 11.65 ; Poland 11.66 ; Portugal 11.67 ; Romania 11.68 ; Russian Federation 11.69 ; Slovenia 11.70 – 11.71 ; Sweden 11.72 ; United Kingdom 11.73 – 11.75 claims based upon mortgage, hypothèque or charge 11.143 claims in respect of which ship may be arrested 6.01 – 6.34 ; detention as consequence of attachment of property not owned by owner of ship or demise charterer 6.30 – 6.34 ; European Regulation (EC) No. 1215/2012 6.29 claims relating to ownership or possession of ship 11.144 claims secured by maritime lien 11.145 claims secured by maritime lien not mentioned in article 1(1) 6.09 – 6.28 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 6.27 – 6.28 ; claims arising under international convention 6.10 – 6.13 ; claims arising under national law 6.14 ; claims in respect of which action in rem permissible 6.15 – 6.28 ; Nigeria 6.16 ; United Kingdom 6.17 – 6.24 claims secured by maritime lien or other charge 11.76 – 11.77 CMI conference 1930 Antwerp 1.01 – 1.05 CMI conference 1933 Oslo 1.10 – 1.14 CMI conference 1937 Paris 1.10 – 1.14 CMI conference 1947 Antwerp 1.15 – 1.20 CMI conference 1949 Amsterdam 1.15 – 1.20 CMI conference 1951 Naples 1.15 – 1.20 conditions for obtaining authority 10.01 – 10.04 co-owners, disputes between 5.275 – 5.286 ; analysis of claim 5.275 – 5.277 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.287 – 5.289 ; China-Hong Kong 5.278 ; Denmark 5.279 ; Finland 5.280 ; Nigeria 5.281 ; Norway 5.282 ; Sweden 5.283 ; United Kingdom 5.284 – 5.286 corporate veil: piercing 13.01 – 13.05 ; see also associated ships draft convention on arrest of ships: preparatory work 1.06 – 1.09 enforcement of arrest 10.05 – 10.06 exclusions from application 3.87 – 3.90 flag 3.20 – 3.28 ; ships flying flag of contracting states 3.29 ; ships flying flag of non-contracting states 3.30 – 3.40 general average 5.133 – 5.142 ; analysis of claim 5.133 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.143 – 5.145 ; China-Hong Kong 5.134 ; Denmark 5.135 ; Finland 5.136 ; Nigeria 5.137 ; Norway 5.138 ; Sweden 5.139 ; United Kingdom 5.140 – 5.142 history of 1952 Arrest Convention 1.01 – 1.20 implementation of 1952 Arrest Convention 2.15 – 2.60 ; Algeria 2.18 ; Belgium 2.19 ; Benin 2.20 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 2.58 – 2.59 ; CEMAC 2.21 ; China-Hong Kong 2.46 ; Croatia 2.22 ; Denmark 2.47 ; Egypt 2.23 – 2.28 ; Finland 2.48 ; France 2.29 ; Germany 2.30 ; Greece 2.31 ; Haiti 2.32 ; Ireland 2.33 ; Italy 2.34 ; Latvia 2.35 ; Morocco 2.36 ; Netherlands 2.37 ; Nigeria 2.49 ; Norway 2.50 ; parties that have not taken legislative action 2.60 ; Poland 2.38 ; Portugal 2.39 ; Romania 2.40 ; Russian Federation 2.41 ; Slovenia 2.42 ; Spain 2.43 ; Sweden 28; Ukraine 2.44 – 2.45 ; United Kingdom 2.53 – 2.57 individual maritime claims 5.22 – 5.306 ; agreement relating to carriage of goods 5.95 – 5.114 ; (analysis of claim 5.95 – 5.102 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.112 – 5.114 ; China-Hong Kong 5.103 ; Denmark 5.104 ; Finland 5.105 ; Nigeria 5.106 ; Norway 5.107 ; Sweden 5.108 ; United Kingdom 5.109 – 5.111 ); agreement relating to use or hire of ship 5.78 – 5.94 ; (analysis of claim 5.78 – 5.82 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.92 – 5.94 ; China-Hong Kong 5.83 ; Denmark 5.84 ; Finland 5.85 ; Nigeria 5.86 ; Norway 5.87 ; Sweden 5.88 ; United Kingdom 5.89 – 5.91 ); bottomry ( see bottomry); construction, repair or equipment or dock charges and dues (analysis of claim 5.210 – 5.214 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.224 – 5.226 ; China-Hong Kong 5.215 ; Denmark 5.216 ; Finland 5.217 ; Nigeria 5.218 ; Norway 5.219 ; Sweden 5.220 ; United Kingdom 5.221 – 5.223 ); co-owners, disputes between 5.275 – 5.286 ( see also Co-owners, disputes between); damage caused by any ship 5.22 – 5.39 (analysis of claim 5.22 – 5.27 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.37 – 5.39 ; China-Hong Kong 5.28 ; Denmark 5.29 ; Finland 5.30 ; Nigeria 5.31 ; Norway 5.32 ; Sweden 5.33 ; United Kingdom 5.34 – 5.36 ); disputes as Page 715 to title or ownership of ship 5.259 – 5.274 (analysis of claim 5.259 – 5.262 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.272 – 5.274 ; China-Hong Kong 5.263 ; Denmark 5.264 ; Finland 5.265 ; Nigeria 5.266 ; Norway 5.267 ; Sweden 5.268 ; United Kingdom 5.269 – 5.271 ); general average ( see General average); goods or materials supplied to ship for operation or maintenance 5.186 – 5.206 (analysis of claim 5.186 – 5.197 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.207 – 5.209 ; China-Hong Kong 5.198 ; Denmark 5.199 ; Finland 5.200 ; Nigeria 5.201 ; Norway 5.202 ; Sweden 5.203 ; United Kingdom 5.204 – 5.206 ); loss of life or personal injury caused by ship 5.40 – 5.51 (Caribbean jurisdictions 5.52 – 5.55 ; China-Hong Kong 5.41 ; Denmark 5.42 ; Finland 5.43 ; Nigeria 5.44 ; Norway 5.45 ; Sweden 5.46 ; United Kingdom 5.47 – 5.51 ); loss of or damage to goods 5.115 – 5.132 (analysis of claim 5.115 – 5.120 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.130 – 5.132 ; China-Hong Kong 5.121 ; Denmark 5.122 ; Finland 5.123 ; Nigeria 5.124 ; Norway 5.125 ; Sweden 5.126 ; United Kingdom 5.127 – 5.129 ); master’s disbursements ( see master’s disbursements); mortgage or hypothecation of ship 5.290 – 5.303 ( see also mortgage or hypothecation of ship); pilotage ( see pilotage); salvage ( see salvage); towage ( see towage); wages of masters, officers or crew ( see wages of masters, officers or crew) International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules relating to the Arrest of Sea-Going Ships 1952; French text 400–404; history of 465–488; text 395–399, 689–711; travaux préparatoires 489–687 jurisdiction for arrest 7.01 – 7.35 ; after ship has sailed 7.20 ; arrest pursuant to order of foreign court 7.21 ; authority having jurisdiction 7.12 – 7.17 ; before arrival of ship 7.18 – 7.19 ; choice of judicial authority 7.22 ; Convention on Penal Jurisdiction 1952 7.32 – 7.34 ; court with jurisdiction on merits but ship not within jurisdiction 7.28 ; decision on merits already obtained, where 7.29 ; judicial authority 7.02 – 7.11 ; lis pendens 7.35 ; related actions 7.35 ; UNCLOS 7.32 – 7.34 ; where Court has no jurisdiction on merits 7.23 – 7.27 jurisdiction on merits 8.01 – 8.79 ; Algeria 8.28 ; article 7 172; article 13, 1910 Collision Convention 8.58 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 8.23 ; China-Hong Kong 8.24 ; claims arising in country in which arrest made 8.30 (agreement relating to carriage of goods 8.37 ; agreement relating to UK or hire of ship 8.35 – 8.36 ; bottomry 8.40 ; construction, repair or equipment of ship 8.44 ; disputes as to title or ownership of ship 8.47 ; disputes between co-owners 8.48 ; general average 8.39 ; goods or materials supplied to ship for operation or maintenance 8.43 ; loss of life or personal injury 8.34 ; loss of or damage to goods 8.38 ; master’s disbursements 8.46 ; pilotage 8.42 ; towage 8.41 ; wages of masters, officers and crews 8.45 ); claims concerning voyage of ship during which arrest made 8.49 – 8.57 ; claims upon mortgage or hypothecation of ship 8.60 ; collision, claims arising out of 8.58 ; consequences of failure to bring action within time prescribed 8.81 ; habitual residence 8.29 ; Ireland 8.25 – 8.26 ; Nigeria 8.27 ; possible conflicts of links with other conventions 8.61 – 8.66 (Athens Convention 8.64 ; CLC 1992 8.62 ; EC Jurisdiction Convention 8.65 ; EU Regulation No. 1215/2012 8.67 – 8.69 ; Hamburg Rules 8.63 ; Lugano Convention 2007 8.66 ); principal place of business 8.29 ; recognition of foreign judgment or arbitral award 8.80 ; salvage claims 8.59 ; structure of article 7 8.08 – 8.09 ; time limit for bringing proceedings 8.70 – 8.73 ; travaux préparatoires 8.01 – 8.07 ; United Kingdom rules 8.19 – 8.20 ; when action may be deemed to have been brought 8.74 – 8.79 limits of application 3.69 – 3.77 maritime claims 5.01 – 5.303 ; analysis of chapeau 5.01 – 5.10 ; corresponding chapeau in law of states which have incorporated Convention 5.11 – 5.21 (Caribbean jurisdictions 5.19 – 5.21 ; Denmark 5.11 ; Finland 5.12 ; Nigeria 5.13 ; Norway 5.14 ; Sweden 5.15 ; United Kingdom 5.16 – 5.18 ); definition 5.01 – 5.21 ; individual ( see Individual maritime claims) Page 716 master’s disbursements 5.242 – 5.258 ; analysis of claim 5.242 – 5.246 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.256 – 5.258 ; China-Hong Kong 5.247 ; Denmark 5.248 ; Finland 5.249 ; Nigeria 5.250 ; Norway 5.251 ; Sweden 5.252 ; United Kingdom 5.253 – 5.255 mortgage or hypothecation of ship 5.290 – 5.306 ; analysis of claim 5.290 – 5.294 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.304 – 5.306 ; China-Hong Kong 5.295 ; Denmark 5.296 ; Finland 5.297 ; Nigeria 5.298 ; Norway 5.299 ; Sweden 5.300 ; United Kingdom 5.301 – 5.303 multiple arrest 15.01 – 15.34 ; see also re-arrest person: definition 4.30 pilotage 5.173 – 5.185 ; analysis of claim 5.173 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.183 – 5.185 ; China-Hong Kong 5.174 ; Denmark 5.175 ; Finland 5.176 ; Nigeria 5.177 ; Norway 5.178 ; Sweden 5.179 ; United Kingdom 5.180 – 5.182 procedure relating to arrest 10.01 – 10.61 ; Algeria 10.08 ; Belgium 10.09 ; Benin 10.13 ; Cameroon, Congo, Gabon, Chad 10.14 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 10.60 – 10.61 ; China-Hong Kong 10.16 ; Croatia 10.17 ; Denmark 10.19 ; Egypt 10.20 ; Finland 10.21 ; France 10.22 ; Germany 10.23 – 10.24 ; Greece 10.25 – 10.29 ; Ireland 10.30 ; Italy 10.31 – 10.38 ; Latvia 10.39 – 10.41 ; Morocco 10.42 ; national rules 10.07 – 10.61 ; Netherlands 10.43 – 10.45 ; Norway 10.46 ; Poland 10.47 – 10.51 ; Portugal 10.52 – 10.55 ; Russian Federation 10.56 ; Slovenia 10.57 ; Sweden 10.58 ; United Kingdom 10.59 public authorities, arrest or detention by 9.01 – 9.50 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 9.50 ; CEMAC Code 9.23 – 9.24 ; China-Hong Kong 9.25 ; CLC 1992 9.21 ; Croatia 9.26 ; Denmark 9.27 ; Egypt 9.28 ; EU directives 9.12 ; Finland 9.29 ; France 9.30 – 9.32 ; Germany 9.33 ; Greece 9.34 – 9.35 ; HSC Code 9.17 ; IMO Procedures for Port State Control 9.07 – 9.08 ; international conventions and agreements 9.04 – 9.20 ; International Management Code for Safe Operation of Ships 9.18 ; Ireland 9.36 ; ISPS Code 9.39 ; Italy 9.37 – 9.38 ; Latvia 9.39 ; MARPOL 9.19 – 9.20 ; Morocco 9.40 ; MOU 9.05 – 9.06 ; national laws 9.22 – 9.50 ; Netherlands 9.41 ; Nigeria 9.42 ; Norway 9.43 ; Poland 9.44 ; Portugal 9.45 ; Russian Federation 9.46 ; Slovenia 9.47 ; SOLAS 9.13 – 9.15 ; Sweden 9.48 ; UNCLOS 9.09 – 9.11 ; United Kingdom 9.49 re-arrest 15.01 – 15.34 ; Denmark 15.26 ; exceptions 15.12 – 15.25 ; Nigeria 15.27 ; Norway 15.28 ; prohibition 15.05 – 15.09 ; remedy 15.10 ; Russian Federation 15.29 ; Sweden 15.30 ; United Kingdom 15.31 – 15.34 relation between claim and particular ship 11.28 – 11.30 relation between person liable and ship 11.31 – 11.145 ; comparative tables 11.142 release from arrest 16.01 – 16.100 ; agreement on jurisdiction of particular court or arbitration 16.67 ; bankruptcy 16.100 ; constitution of limitation fund 16.89 – 16.99 ; failure to bring proceedings within time limit 16.48 – 16.66 (when time limit must be fixed 16.63 – 16.66 ; which court must fix time 16.61 – 16.62 ); implementation of article 7(2), (3) and (4) 16.68 – 16.88 (Belgium 16.68 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 16.88 ; China-Hong Kong 16.69 ; Croatia 16.70 ; Denmark 16.71 ; Egypt 16.72 ; Finland 16.73 ; France 16.74 ; Germany 16.75 ; Greece 16.76 ; Ireland 16.77 ; Italy 16.78 ; Morocco 16.79 ; Netherlands 16.80 ; Nigeria 16.81 ; Norway 16.82 ; Poland 16.83 ; Russian Federation 16.84 ; Slovenia 16.85 ; Sweden 16.86 ; United Kingdom 16.87 – 16.88 ); judicial sale, and 16.99 ; LLMC Convention 16.92 ; provisions under 1996 HNS Convention 16.98 ; provisions under CLC 1992 16.93 – 16.97 ; release after provision of security 16.05 – 16.45 (Algeria 16.20 ; amount of security 16.10 – 16.11 ; Belgium 16.21 ; British dependant territories 16.47 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 16.46 – 16.47 ; China-Hong Kong 16.22 ; conditions for payment under security 16.12 – 16.17 ; Croatia 16.23 – 16.24 ; Denmark 16.25 – 16.26 ; Egypt 16.27 ; Finland 16.28 ; France 16.29 ; Germany 16.30 ; Greece 16.31 ; Haiti 16.32 ; Ireland 16.33 ; Italy 16.34 ; Latvia 16.35 ; nature of security 16.09 ; Netherlands 16.36 ; Nigeria 16.37 ; Norway 16.38 ; Poland 16.39 ; Portugal 16.40 ; Russian Federation 16.41 ; security provided in contracting state 16.18 ; Slovenia 16.42 ; Sweden 16.43 ; United Page 717 Kingdom 16.44 – 16.45 ); release from subsequent arrest 16.03 – 16.04 release not permitted 17.01 – 17.29 ; reasons for exception 17.01 – 17.04 reservation to 1952 Arrest Convention 2.06 – 2.14 responses to questionnaire for states not mentioned in fourth edition 427–462 salvage 5.56 – 5.77 ; analysis of claim 5.56 – 5.64 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.75 – 5.77 ; China-Hong Kong 5.65 ; Denmark 5.66 ; Finland 5.67 ; Ireland 5.68 ; Nigeria 5.69 ; Norway 5.70 ; Sweden 5.71 ; United Kingdom 5.72 – 5.74 scope of application 3.01 – 3.90 ; limits 3.69 – 3.77 ; review of attitude adopted in certain contracting states 3.41 ; states that have given force of law to provisions of Convention 3.54 – 3.68 ; (Algeria 3.55 ; Belgium 3.56 ; Croatia 3.57 ; Egypt 3.58 ; France 3.59 ; Germany 3.61 ; Greece 3.62 ; Italy 3.63 ; Morocco 3.64 ; Netherlands 3.65 ; Romania 3.66 ; Slovenia 3.67 ; Ukraine 3.68 ); states that have incorporated Convention where Admiralty jurisdiction recognised 3.42 – 3.45 (Caribbean jurisdictions 3.46 ; China-Hong Kong 3.47 ; Nigeria 3.48 ; United Kingdom 3.43 – 3.45 ); states that have incorporated Convention where no Admiralty jurisdiction 3.49 (Denmark 3.50 ; Finland 3.51 ; Norway 3.52 ; Sweden 3.53 ) security for damages 18.42 – 18.62 ; Belgium 18.46 ; China-Hong Kong 18.47 ; Croatia 18.48 ; Denmark 18.49 ; Egypt 18.50 ; Finland 18.51 ; France 18.52 ; Germany 18.53 ; Greece 18.54 ; Italy 18.55 ; Morocco 18.56 ; Netherlands 18.57 ; Nigeria 18.58 ; Norway 18.59 ; Portugal 18.60 ; Romania 18.61 ; Sweden 18.62 ship 3.02 – 3.19 ; characteristics 3.09 ; definition 4.03 ; intended use 3.17 – 3.19 ; manned 3.14 ; notion of 3.02 – 3.19 ; physical conditions 3.11 ; propulsion 3.10 ; registration 3.15 ; size 3.07 – 3.08 ; structure 3.12 – 3.13 ; tonnage 3.11 ; waters in which sailing or intended to sail 3.04 – 3.06 ships deemed to be in same ownership 12.07 – 12.18 ; Algeria 12.09 ; CEMAC Code 12.10 ; Denmark 12.11 ; Ireland 12.12 ; Nigeria 12.13 ; United Kingdom 12.14 – 12.18 sister ships 12.01 – 12.22 ; arrest not permitted 12.19 – 12.22 state-owned ships 13.62 – 13.64 subordination of convention to national rules 3.78 – 3.86 synopsis of responses to questionnaires on implementation of 1952 Convention 419–425 Table of comparison between 1952 and 1999 Conventions 405–417 towage 5.160 – 5.172 ; analysis of claim 5.160 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.170 – 5.172 ; China-Hong Kong 5.161 ; Denmark 5.162 ; Finland 5.163 ; Nigeria 5.164 ; Norway 5.165 ; Sweden 5.166 ; United Kingdom 5.167 – 5.169 trading of ship under arrest 17.05 – 17.29 ; Benin 17.07 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 17.29 ; CEMAC Code 17.08 ; China-Hong Kong 17.09 ; Croatia 17.10 ; Denmark 17.11 ; Egypt 17.12 ; Finland 17.13 ; France 17.14 ; Germany 17.15 ; Greece 17.16 ; Ireland 17.17 ; Italy 17.18 ; Netherlands 17.19 ; Nigeria 17.20 ; Norway 17.21 ; Poland 17.22 ; Portugal 17.23 ; Russian Federation 17.24 ; Slovenia 17.25 – 17.26 ; Sweden 17.27 ; United Kingdom 17.28 uniformity of maritime law 2.01 – 2.60 ; methods of implementation 2.04 – 2.05 wages of masters, officers or crew 5.227 – 5.241 ; analysis of claim 5.227 – 5.228 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 5.238 – 5.241 ; China-Hong Kong 5.229 ; Denmark 5.230 ; Finland 5.231 ; Nigeria 5.232 ; Norway 5.233 ; Sweden 5.234 ; United Kingdom 5.235 – 5.237 wrongful arrest 18.01 – 18.62 ; Belgium 18.13 ; Caribbean jurisdictions 18.40 ; CEMAC Code 18.12 ; China-Hong Kong 18.14 ; Croatia 18.15 ; Denmark 18.16 ; Egypt 18.17 ; Finland 18.18 ; France 18.19 ; Germany 18.20 ; Greece 18.21 ; Haiti 18.22 ; history of rule 18.01 – 18.07 ; Ireland 18.23 ; Italy 18.24 –25; Latvia 18.26 ; Morocco 18.27 ; Netherlands 18.28 ; Nigeria 18.29 ; Norway 18.30 ; Poland 18.31 ; Portugal 18.32 ; Romania 18.33 ; Russian Federation 18.34 ; Singapore 18.41 ; Slovenia 18.35 ; United Kingdom 18.36 – 18.39

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