SHIP ARREST IN INDIAThe Journal of International Maritime Law (2007)
AbstractAdmiralty jurisdiction in India is in its infancy; legislation lags a long way behind international standards. The problem is compounded by the fact that India is not a signatory to many of the important international conventions. In India, the law relating to ship arrest has been made mainly by the judiciary rather than the legislators. This article analyses the growth of admiralty practice regarding ship arrest in India and attempts to suggest some solutions to existing problems.
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Citation InformationDyutimoy Mukherjee. "SHIP ARREST IN INDIA" The Journal of International Maritime Law Vol. 13 Iss. 4 (2007)
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