Maritime Law: The Need for a Comprehensive Maritime Code
Associated Faculty Press, 1983 - 188 pages
This reference book provides an in depth discussion of U.S. maritime law. Included are cases and statutes and an analysis of issues such as maritime commerce, drilling, oceanographic research, energy production and transportation.
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