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Indian controlled vessels to pay one time licence fee

PIB press release dated 23rd May, 2016

Vessels of Indian Controlled Tonnage, will now be required to pay only one time processing fee of Rs.20,000 towards issue of licence. 104 more words

Maritime Law

DOT-COM SHIPOWNERS

(i) Floating Data Centers.-The arrangement under which a shipowner undertakes to carry goods by sea, or to provide a vessel for such purpose, is usually known as a “Contract of Affreightment” (henceforth, CoA). 1,217 more words

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A Tax Professor Feels a Little at Sea

Last Thursday, Tulane Law School held its annual faculty scholarly retreat, which basically means we cloistered ourselves in a downtown conference room and workshopped eight papers over the course of a day. 1,229 more words

China's international maritime judicial center

I recently published an article in The Diplomat entitled “China’s Maritime Courts: Defenders of ‘Judicial Sovereignty,” focusing on what Supreme People’s Court President Zhou Qiang meant when he mentioned that China would establish an international maritime judicial center (国际海事司法中心).   28 more words

Commercial Law

John E. Olson

Title: Partner
Company: Hill Rivkins LLP
Website: www.hillrivkins.com

Location: Rockville Centre, NY United States
Honored Member



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Taiwan's Maritime and Port Bureau

To continue the maritime theme of some recent posts (1, 2, 3), here I introduce the Maritime and Port Bureau (MPB), the government agency in Taiwan that oversees all maritime and port matters. 235 more words

Philippines vs. Taiwan legal teams

Last week I alluded to the Philippines being represented in the South China Sea Arbitration by internationally renowned lawyers and professors in international law in general and law of the sea in particular, whereas Taiwan submitted an amicus brief, through the Chinese (Taiwan) Society of International law, signed by six local professors. 242 more words

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