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Carriage of Goods by Sea Act

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS Short title and saving. Application of Rules in Schedule. Absolute warranty of seaworthiness not to be implied in contracts to which Rules apply. Statement as to application of...

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Admiralty Jurisdiction Act

  SECTION Extent of the admiralty jurisdiction of the Federal High Court. Maritime claims. Application of jurisdiction to ships, etc. Aviation claims. Mode of exercise of admiralty jurisdiction. Re-arrest. Service and arrest within jurisdiction. Proceeds of sale. Limitation of liabi...

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Coastal and Inland Shipping (Cabotage) Act

  Part 1 Short Title And Interpretation This Act may be cited as the coastal and inland shipping (Cabotage) Act, 2003. In this Act - "Cargo" means goods carried in or on a vessel whether or not of commercial value and includes li...

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United Nations Convention on Carriage of Goods by Sea_Ratification and Enforcement_ Act, 2005

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Oil Pipelines Act

Part I  Preliminary Section Short title and extent. Interpretation. Power to grant permit to survey and oil pipeline license.   Part II  Permit to Survey ...

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Cargo Claims

Legal Basis for Cargo Claims under the Hague and Hamburg Rules A carrier in a carriage by sea transaction agrees to carry and deliver the cargo of the shipper on terms of the carriage contract (usually a charter party or evidenced by a bill of lading). Cargo claims arise in situations of breaches by the carrier...

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