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APPENDIX IV The Travaux Préparatoires of the International Convention on Arrest of Ships, 1999

Berlingieri on Arrest of Ships Volume 2


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APPENDIX IV

The Travaux Préparatoires of the International Convention on Arrest of Ships, 1999


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List of Documents

Draft Articles

  • Draft of the CMI International Sub-Committee: Draft Revision of the International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to the Arrest of Sea-Going Ships, Document Arrest 32/II-1985, Lisboa I, p. 168.
  • CMI Draft: Draft Revision of the International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to the Arrest of Sea-Going Ships, Document LIS—Arrest 30, Lisboa II, p. 42.
  • Draft Articles 1994: Joint UNCTAD/IMO Intergovernmental Group of Experts on Maritime Liens and Mortgages and Related Subjects, Seventh Session—Draft Articles for a Convention on Arrest of Ships, Doc. TD/B/CN.4/GE.2/CRP.1, 6 December 1994.
  • Draft Articles 1997: Draft Articles for a Convention on Arrest of Ships, Doc. JIGE(IX)5 of 14 April 1997, annexed to Doc. TD/B/IGE.1/5, 14 April 1997.

Reports

Submissions—Comments and Proposals

  • Submission by the International Chamber of Shipping: Submission for consideration by the Joint Intergovernmental Group of Experts at its eighth session, Doc. TD/B/CN.4/GE.2/7.
  • Comments and Proposals by Japan: Consideration of the review of the International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules relating to the Arrest of Sea-going Ships, 1952—Compilation of comments and proposals by Governments on the draft articles for a convention on arrest of ships, Doc. TD/B/IGE.1/3, 23 October 1996.
  • Comments and Proposals by the United Kingdom: Consideration of the review of the International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules relating to the Arrest of Sea-going Ships, 1952—Compilation of comments and proposals by Governments on the draft articles for a convention on arrest of ships, Doc. TD/B/IGE.1/3, 23 October 1996.
  • Proposal by the United States: Proposal submitted by the United States of America to the Joint Intergovernmental Group of Experts at its ninth session, Doc. TD/B/IGE.1/CRP.2, 3 December 1996.
  • Proposal by France: Proposal submitted by France to the Joint Intergovernmental Group of Experts at its ninth session, Doc. TD/B/IGE.1/CRP.1, 3 December 1996.
  • Document 188/3: Preparation and Adoption of a Convention on Arrest of Ships—Compilation of comments and proposals by Governments and by intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations on the draft articles for a convention on arrest of ships, Document A/CONF.188/3 of 25 November 1998.
  • Document 188/3/Add.1: Preparation and Adoption of a Convention on Arrest of Ships—Compilation of comments and proposals by Governments and by intergovernmental and nongovernmental organizations on the draft articles for a convention on arrest of ships, Document A/CONF.188/3/Add.1 of 11 January 1999.
  • Document 188/3/Add.2: Preparation and Adoption of a Convention on Arrest of Ships—Compilation of comments and proposals by Governments and by intergovernmental and nongovernmental organizations on the draft articles for a convention on arrest of ships, Document A/CONF.188/3/Add.2 of 23 February 1999.
  • Document 188/3/Add.3: Preparation and Adoption of a Convention on Arrest of Ships—Compilation of comments and proposals by Governments and by intergovernmental and nongovernmental organizations on the draft articles for a convention on arrest of ships, Document A/CONF.188/3/Add.3 of 23 February 1999.

Proceedings of the Main Committee

Informal Papers

  • Document A/CONF.188/3/Add.1/Corr.1—Proposal by Morocco.
  • Paper by France: Informal paper by France on article 7 of 5 March 1999.

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Introduction

The travaux préparatoires of the 1999 Convention are based on the documents of the CMI, of the Joint UNCTAD/IMO Intergovernmental Group of Experts (J1GE) and of the Diplomatic Conference.

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