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South African shipping law is a rich amalgam of English common law and Roman-Dutch civilian principles. Its provenance was profoundly influenced first by Dutch dominance over the seas and world trade during the 17th and 18th centuries, and then by the might of the English commercial empire of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Today's South African shipping lawyer continues to draw on both systems, supplemented by innovative developments, especially in admiralty practice.
The second edition of Shipping Law & Admiralty Jurisdiction in South Africa follows ten years after its first publication. The book aims to cover all aspects of admiralty jurisdiction and practice, and general shipping law, in one volume.
An accompanying CD contains Part 1 of the book (Admiralty Practice) and over 100 appendices of source materials on local and international shipping law.