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    Maritime Law 5th Edition

    £56.99
    Now in its fifth edition, this authoritative guide covers all of the core aspects of maritime law in one distinct volume.

    E429B e-book: Maritime Carriage of Nuclear Substances, 1972 Multilingual Edition

    £10.00
    After your purchase, we will send you an email with login details to your IMO Virtual Publications account, where all your downloads 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.

    E423E e-book: Compensation Fund Records for Oil Pollution Damage, 1978 Edition

    £10.00
    After your purchase, we will send you an email with login details to your IMO Virtual Publications account, where all your downloads 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.

    E420B e-book: Compensation Fund for Oil Pollution Damage 1972

    £10.00
    After your purchase, we will send you an email with login details to your IMO Virtual Publications account, where all your downloads 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.

    The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: A Commentary

    £495.00
    This Commentary focuses particularly on the interaction between UNCLOS and the European legal order, for example in the field of the prevention or the reduction of environmental pollution and the fair distribution of natural resources.

    Marine Insurance

    £110.00
    Offering financial protection against maritime and transit losses, marine insurance gives the shipping industry the confidence to trade. Without the shelter to risk presented by insurance, shipping transactions and operations would be severely curtailed as players would have to rely on their own funds to cover incidents, loss or damage.