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9 RISKS AND LIABILITIES ARISING FROM COLLISIONS AT SEA

Modern Maritime Law Volume 2: Managing Risks and Liabilities

9 RISKS AND LIABILITIES ARISING FROM COLLISIONS AT SEA INTRODUCTION This chapter deals with safety regulations in navigation and liabilities arising from breach of the collision regulations and the statutory provisions of the Merchant Shipping Act (MSA) 1995. Both criminal and civil liabilities of owners, managers, officers and crew are examined, after an outline of the Collision Regulations.

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