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CHAPTER 22 Preservation of maritime evidence

Maritime Law and Practice in China

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Preservation of maritime evidence


22.1 Preservation of maritime evidence means the compulsory measures imposed by the maritime court, upon the application by a maritime claimant, to take, preserve or seal up the evidence relating to a maritime claim.1

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