Voyage Charters provides the reader with a clause-by-clause analysis of the two major charterparty forms: the Gencon standard charterparty contract and the Asbatankvoy form. It also delivers thorough treatment of COGSA and the Hague and Hague-Visby Rules, a comparative analysis of English and United States law, and a detailed section on arbitration awards.
Key features of the fourth edition:
The only textbook to deal specifically with this key area of maritime law
Written by an impressive team of highly-regarded maritime authorities from both sides of the Atlantic
Contains a wealth of updated English and American case law and arbitrations, as well as addressing broader issues such as Rome II Regulation Convention regarding the conflict of laws
Practical user-friendly guide, which is accessible not only to lawyers but also shipping professionals
A new, detailed United States law section on COGSA
This book is an indispensable, practical guide for both contentious and non-contentious shipping law practitioners, and postgraduate students studying this area of law.
- Hardback | 1329 pages
- 171 x 248 x 63.5mm | 1,996g
- 13 Oct 2014
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Focal Press
- Abingdon, United Kingdom
- New edition
- 4th New edition
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About Julian Cooke
Andrew Taylor is Partner at Reed Smith, UK.
John Kimball concentrates his practice in the areas of admiralty and maritime law at Blank Rome, USA.
David Martowski is a full-time arbitrator and mediator in New York, USA.
LeRoy Lambert is President of Charles Taylor P&I Management (Americas) Inc, USA.
Michael Sturley is an expert in admiralty law and Supreme Court practice at The University of Texas at Austin, USA.