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    K32E e-reader: Resolutions - 32nd Session 2022 (Res. 1148-1172)

    £66.00
    After your purchase, we will send you an email with login details to your IMO Bookshelf account, where all your e-readers will be available. If you would like to use a different email address for the registration, please contact us directly at books@ms-sc.org.

    KC007E e-reader: Basic Documents Volume II, 2022 Edition

    £30.00
    After your purchase, we will send you an email with login details to your IMO Bookshelf account, where all your e-readers will be available. If you would like to use a different email address for the registration, please contact us directly at books@ms-sc.org.

    I31E 31st Session 2019 (Res. 1131 - 1147)

    £66.00
    Resolutions and other Decisions of the Assembly - 31st Session 2020 (Res. 1131 - 1147)

    K31E e-reader: 31st Session 2019 (Res. 1131 - 1147)

    £66.00
    After your purchase, we will send you an email with login details to your IMO Bookshelf account, where all your e-readers will be available. If you would like to use a different email address for the registration, please contact us directly at books@ms-sc.org.

    Bills of Lading: A Guide to Good Practice, 3rd Edition

    £30.00
    This unique illustrated guide explains how to avoid disputes and problems arising from improper use of bills of lading, one of the most important yet least understood documents involved in the international carriage of goods by sea. It aims to assist ship’s officers, operators and managers in their understanding of the legal implications of bills of lading and the problems and practical issues surrounding their everyday use.

    The Bill of Lading: Holder Rights and Liabilities

    £36.99
    Analysing the different theories that have been proposed to explain the position of the third party holder, this book makes a distinction between contractual theories and non-contractual theories to explain the holder's position.