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Nigeria’s maritime law is outdated, says CISN chief

The new President, Certified Institute of Shipping Nigeria (CISN), Princess Victoria Haastrup, has described the Nigerian Ports Authority Act as outdated. Full story

Source: http://thenationonlineng.net/nigerias-maritime-law-outdated-says-cisn-chief/

Posted by Hussaini Ali November 21, 2016

Maritime Law

The History of "Flag of Convenience" States

The fact that approximately 70,000 commercial vessels are constantly sailing the world’s Oceans is an often-cited statistic. Nearly everything that we purchase and consume has reached us through an ocean faring vessel, often requiring several trips around the globe during its transformation from a raw material to a finished product for sale. 733 more words

Law Of The Sea

Our entire legal system is underpinned by Maritime or Admiralty Law, that very few people are even aware of and is guarded by the highest levels of our legal system. 906 more words

Babylon

Our entire legal system is underpinned by Maritime or Admiralty Law, that very few people are even aware of and is guarded by the highest levels of our legal system. 906 more words

Babylon

James Moseley

Title:  Lawyer
Company:  Moseley, Prichard, Parrish, Knight & Jones
Location:  Jacksonville, FL United States


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Law

Development of the maritime sector a panacea for Nigeria's economic woes. 

​It is no secret that a vicious cycle of underutilization of resources is pronounced in Nigeria, more concealed, however, is the looming cycle of underdevelopment. No one path assures a complete solution to the issues facing the country. 1,578 more words

Admiralty