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Economic Aspects of Maritime Law (ECON231)

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The carriage of goods by sea was one of the very earliest forms of commercial activity, as is shown by ancient examples of Greek and Roman art. "Carriage" remains to this day one of the most challenging and lucrative areas of legal practice: the sums of money in dispute are frequently such that parties and their legal advisers are happy to extend fundamental principles of commercial law to their limit - and beyond. English law enjoys considerable pre-eminence in the law of Carriage and ship o...


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