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CHAPTER 20 Preservation of maritime claims

Maritime Law and Practice in China

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Preservation of maritime claims


20.1 According to article 12 of the Special Maritime Procedure Law (the “SMPL”), the preservation of maritime claims means the compulsory measures taken by a maritime court on the application of a maritime claimant against the property of the person against whom a claim is made, for the purpose of ensuring satisfaction of the claim of the maritime claimant.

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