The need for specific legal arrangements governing ships in distress and places of refuge is one of the most topical problems in both public and private maritime law. Professor eric van hooydonk is a professor of law at the ghent university and university of antwerp chapter 1 introduction and overview chapter 2 the context of recent policy developments chapter 3 current international law of the accommodation of ships in distress in places of refuge chapter 4 . Get this from a library places of refuge international law and the cmi draft convention e van hooydonk comparison of the cmi draft convention with the european regime of places of refuge the further role of the cmi draft convention maritime and transport law library schemaname places of refuge international law and the . The need for specific legal arrangements governing ships in distress and places of refuge is one of the most topical problems in both public and private maritime law. History of places of refuge for ships the idea of ships place of refuge has existed for a very long time even in 19 th and 20 th century vessels in distress enjoyed the right to seek refuge and gain friendly protection from different ports
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