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This addition to Lloyd's Shipping Law Library provides a comprehensive account of the law and practice relating to pollution from ships. The book includes a detailed discussion of different regimes governing compensation for pollution by oil and by other hazardous and noxious substances; admissibility and assessment of claims for different types of damage and expense caused by pollution; regulations for the prevention, reduction, and control of marine pollution; and the implications of marine pollution for various parties involved in maritime commerce.
The combined expertise of two leading practitioners in the UK and the US brings to this work an international and practical character that should make it of interest to shipowners, shipmanagers and operators, charterers, oil companies, salvage companies, P&I clubs, insurance companies and ship financiers worldwide.