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This new work presents a comprehensive
treatment of all aspects of Admiralty
claims, giving practitioners access to highly
authoritative guidance on the procedures. It
also explores the underlying legal principles
in depth so practitioners are fully equipped
to use them in their work.
It goes through all stages of a claim,
explaining when the facts justify an
Admiralty claim, how to begin and proceed
with a claim, how it is enforced, and how the
interests of competing claimants and other
parties are reconciled. At each stage it
makes reference to the relevant EU law and