Benedict on Admiralty: Cruise Ships

Benedict's Cruise Ship Law is the most complete research tool in the field of cruise ship law.
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Print Book :Volume 10
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ISBN: 9780820543925
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Benedict’s Cruise Ship Law is the most complete research tool in the field of cruise ship law. All the materials you need to practice cruise ship law are in this one volume treatise, including:

  • an overview of cruise ship law
  • discussion of governmental regulation and cruise ship law
  • practice and procedure as it relates to cruise ship law
  • issues related to passenger injuries abroad a cruise ship
  • issues related to seamen aboard cruise ships
  • specific problems which can arise when a cruise line owner or operator becomes insolvent
  • reprints of hard-to-find primary source materials

    Also available as Volume 10 of Benedict on Admiralty.

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    Table of contents

    Chapter I	Overview
    Chapter II Governmental Regulation
    Chapter III Practice and Procedure
    Chapter IV Forum-Selection and Choice of Law Clauses
    Chapter V Passengers
    Chapter VI Crewmembers
    Chapter VII Invitees, Licensees, and Stowaways
    Chapter VIII Concessionaires
    Chapter IX Shipboard Medical Care
    Chapter X Cruise Line Bankruptcies
    Appendix A Additional Topics of Interest
    Appendix B Treaties
    Appendix C Charter Parties
    Appendix D Court Forms