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A review of developments in the nature and law of maritime piracy.
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Piracy jure gentium in territorial seas: a perspective from the East African seaboard.
The brazen acts of Somali pirates against international shipping transiting through the Gulf of Aden and around the Horn of Africa drew global media attention between 2006 and 2012. As a countermeasure, foreign and ...
Seaman’s lien: a South African perspective on seaman’s lien post the Supreme court of appeals decision in the Asphalt Venture Windrush Intercontinental SA v UACC Bergshav Tankers as 2017 (3) SA 1 (SCA)
The seaman’s lien is a well-recognised maritime lien. The advancement of the lien may have been swayed by public policy and the need to protect the seaman. The premise of the lien is that a service was rendered to the ...
Piracy and privately contracted armed security personnel : a comparative analysis of the global response to the deployment of armed guards on board merchant vessels and South Africa's policy as a port and coastal state.
This study examines the policies adopted by flag and port states to govern the use of armed guards on board merchant vessels. The International Maritime Organisation and a number of member states’ responses to the use of ...