Marine Casualty. Wreck removal . Provisions that will impact upon the liability and response of interested parties. Relevant law and conventions in force
SS&D Nov 27, 2017

The LNM establishes and regulates the procedures aimed at the removal of shipwrecks and other goods on the seabed, but such regulation does not apply in the case of underwater cultural heritage goods situated i… Read More

 
IMO: Why cover liability for transport of hazardous and noxious substances by ship?
SS&D Nov 20, 2017

Transporting hazardous and noxious substances (HNS) by sea is a vital trade. Chemicals, LPG, LNG and other products are important to many manufacturing and energy processes and IMO regulations ensure their safe… Read More

 
Marine Casualty. Salvage / General Average. Provisions that will impact upon the liability and response of interested parties. Relevant law and conventions in force
SS&D Nov 2, 2017

Salvage / General Average Pursuant to article 357 LNM, salvage is governed by the International Convention on Salvage, signed in London in April 1989, and by any Protocols or reviews that modify it… Read More

 
Buques de carga verdes y seguros. IMO
SS&D Oct 24, 2017

La colaboración entre todas las partes interesadas para garantizar el transporte seguro y ambientalmente racional de las mercancías fue el mensaje clave que Jack Westwood-Booth transmitió durante la reciente co… Read More

 
Marine Casualty. Pollution. Provisions that will impact upon the liability and response of interested parties. Relevant law and conventions in force
SS&D Oct 23, 2017

Pollution In terms of prevention of pollution by vessels, Spain has ratified the 1973 International Convention for the Prevention of Marine Pollution from Ships as modified by its Protocol (MARPOL 73/78). I… Read More