Maritime And Admiralty Law

Maritime law and admiralty law is a distinguished set of rules and regulations, which covers maritime offenses. It is considered both domestic law, which regulates maritime activities, and international law, which regulates the relationships between private companies and their operating vessels. Maritime law and admiralty law handles situations including the transportation of passengers and/or goods by oceanic vessel, marine navigation, and sailors. Maritime and Admiralty law has jurisdiction over other types of land based commercial activities that are considered maritime in character. For additional assistance with maritime and admiralty law, seek the advice of a legal professional.

Fast Facts

  • Maritime law and admiralty law are two interchangeable terms most used for laws of the open sea.
  • Admiralty courts may arrest and arraign a vessel if it is in their jurisdiction, regardless of their country of origin.

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