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This unique illustrated guide explains the fundamentals of the charterparty contract that underpins much of the commercial exploitation of the world's shipping tonnage, namely the dry time charterparty. Concentrating mainly on the obligations of the ship owner, the guide aims to assist ships' officers, operators and managers to understand fully the nature of the dry time charterparty and the legal implications of the most common of the owner's obligations. The guide - which seeks to adopt as practical and non-legalistic approach as possible - provides guidance where appropriate on loss prevention by highlighting potential problem areas and referring to steps masters should take in collecting evidence in the event of disputes. Copies of the various international conventions are included, together with a proforma of the 1946 New York Produce Exchange (NYPE) form.
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Jeremy Miles is a maritime was admitted as an attorney of the Supreme Court of South Africa and gained partnership with leading South African law firm Garlicke & Bousfield Inc (Durban) where he specialised in marine law. He also has a post-graduate diploma in maritime law. He joined North of England P&I Association in 1995 and subsequently became a director of North Insurance Management Limited. He left the Association in 2005 to return to South Africa, where he now works for Phoenix Shipping (Pty) Ltd. Katherine Birchall is a solicitor who qualified as a solicitor with leading maritime law firm Norton Rose in London where she worked for over five years before joining the North of England in 1996. She is now an associate directors of North Insurance Management Limited and works in the club's FD&D department, handling a variety of charterparty, new-building and sale-and-purchase disputes. Peter Scott qualified as a solicitor with leading maritime law firm Clyde & Co in 1993. He had previously worked in a port agency for nine years before gaining an LLM in maritime law from the University of Wales, Cardiff. He joined the North of England in 1998 and has considerable experience in the field of P&I claims resolution. The North of England P&I Association, with offices in the UK, Greece and Hong Kong, is one of the leading international mutual marine liability insurers with over 55 million GT of entered tonnage. Founded in 1860, the Association has long recognised the importance of providing practical loss prevention advice to its members, believing this to be the most effective way to reduce the number and scale of claims.
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Book Description The North of England P&I Associa, 2002. Paperback. Condition: Good. All orders are dispatched the following working day from our UK warehouse. Established in 2004, we have over 500,000 books in stock. No quibble refund if not completely satisfied. Seller Inventory # mon0003178709