Brice on Maritime Law of Salvage provides comprehensive coverage of the law relating to marine salvage operations, reflecting the worldwide scope of the subject by its detailed consideration of the relevant US and international law. Up to date with the latest developments in areas such as environmental protection and preservation of the underwater cultural heritage, it supplies everything the practitioner needs for work in this area. This edition includes: * The supplement material from the 3rd edition, e.g. commentary on the new Lloyds Form 2000, Lloyds Standard Clauses and Lloyds Procedural Rules * Operation of Articles 6 and 7 of 1989 London Salvage Convention * Incorporation of CPR Part 61 and Admiralty Practice Direction * A number of updated sections to reflect the views of Lloyds Arbitrators on matters of current interest
Table of Contents
The concept of salvage. The jurisdiction of the Admiralty Court. Salvaged property and salvaged values. Wreck salvage and the underwater cultural heritage. The Salvage Agreement. Salvage and the environment. Salvage and the breach of duty. Lloyd's form and arbitration.