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ベネディクトの海事法 第7版

Benedict on Admiralty, 7th Edition

John A. Edginton, Thomas J. Fennell et al.

34 vols. Looseleaf., 1974 to date.(追録年3回)

Matthew Bender (LexisNexis), USA. ISBN: 9780820511306

¥1,700,386

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海事法分野における最も詳細な文献。連邦最高裁はじめとする米国の裁判所はもとより、世界各国の裁判所においても海事紛争事件の判決文中に頻繁に引用されている他、研究論文にも高い引用度を誇り、1850年に初版が刊行されて以来、研究者・実務家から常に高い評価を得てきた資料です。
現行の第7版では、国際的視野から編纂が行われており、国際海事機関(IMO)による条約をはじめ、海事に関して制定された多岐にわたる分野の様々な条約を全7巻にわたり収録しています。また近年盛んになってきたクルーズ船に関する様々な規制や法的問題点についても1巻を割くなど、近時の論点についても周到な議論がなされています。分売も可能です。別途お問い合わせ下さい。

【主な内容】

◆裁判管轄権 ◆海事先取特権 ◆共同海損 ◆海上物品運送法 ◆石油による海洋汚染 ◆海難救助法 ◆港湾労働者の労働災害補償 ◆関連国際条約 ◆海上保険 ◆船主責任相互保険組合規則 ◆海事仲裁等

【Table of Contents】

Vol.1: JURISDICTION

Ch.1 The Ancient Codes - Admiralty and Maritime Jurisdiction of Europe

Ch.2 The Ancient Jurisdiction of the English Admiralty

Ch.3 The English Admiralty During The Age of Conflict with The Common Law and Thereafter at The Time of American Revolution and Since.

Ch.4 The Admiralty Jurisdiction of Scotland and Ireland.

Ch.5 The Admiralty and Maritime Jurisdiction of The British Colonies, before 1775.

Ch.6 Admiralty Jurisdiction During The Period of The Revolution and Confederation.

Ch.7 Source of Law and Jurisdiction of Admiralty

Ch.8 The Jurisdiction of Federal and State Courts to Hear Maritime Causes

Ch.9 The Sea and Jurisdiction Over Inland Waters

Ch.10 Ships and Vessels

Ch.11 Maritime Torts

Ch.12 Maritime Contracts

Ch.13 Possessory and Petitory Actions - Owners - Accounting

Ch.14 Jurisdiction in Special Cases

Vol.1A: LONGSHORE AND HARBOR WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT

Ch.1 Historical Development of Workmen's Compensation Law for Longshore and Harbor Workers

Ch.2 General Conditions for Coverage and Liability and Employments Covered

Ch.3 Conditions for Coverage of Injuries

Ch.4 Payment of Compensation

Ch.5 Actions for Negligence by Longshore and Harbor Workers

Vol.1B: SEAMEN'S ACTIONS

Ch.1 Basis for Personal Injury Action

Ch.2 Parties

Ch.3 Negligence and Unseaworthiness

Ch.4 Maintenance and Cure

Ch.5 Articles and Wages

Vol.1C: THE SHIPPING ACT OF 1984

Ch.1 Background

Ch.2 Regulation of Ocean Shipping in United States Foreign Commerce

Ch.3 Tariffs, Marine Terminal Schedules, Service Contracts, Regulation of Rate Levels, and Controlled Carrier Rates

Ch.4 Prohibitions

Ch.5 Adjudications

Ch.6 Ocean Transportation Intermediaries and Shipper’s Association

Vol.2: CLAIMS AGIANST THE VESSEL

Ch.1 Contribution and Indemnity in Maritime Actions

Ch.2 Nature of Maritime Liens

Ch.3 Source of Maritime Liens

Ch.4 Priorities of Maritime Liens

Ch.5 Discharge of Liens

Ch.6 Ship Mortgages

Ch.7 Death Actions

Ch.8 (Reserved)

Ch.9 Maritime Crimes

Ch.10 Penalties and Forfeitures

Ch.11 Prize Causes

Ch.12 International Maritime Liens

Ch.13 General Average

Ch.14 U.S. Federal Taxation of International Shipping Operations

Ch.15 Digest of Cases

Vol.2A: CARRIAGE OF GOODS BY SEA: LAW AND COMMENTARY

Ch.1 The Rotterdam Rules: The Impact on U.S. Law of the U.N. Convention on Contracts for the International Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly by Sea

Ch.1A Statutes Relating to the Carriage of Goods by Sea

Ch.2 Basic Cargo Damage Law: Historical Background

Ch.3 Common and Private Carriage

Ch.4 Bills of Lading

Ch.5 Contracts of Carriage Governed by The Carriage of Goods by Sea Act

Ch.6 Suits Between Shippers and Carriers: Jurisdiction; Parties; Pleadings

Ch.7 Seaworthiness

Ch.8 Due Diligence to Make The Ship Seaworthy

Ch.9 Stowage of Cargo

Ch.10 (Reserved)

Ch.11 Care and Custody of The Cargo

Ch.12 Deviation

Ch.13 Exemptions from Liability: Act, Neglect or Default in The Navigation or Management of The Ship

Ch.14 Exemptions from Liability: Fire

Ch.15 Exemptions from Liability: Perils of The Sea; Act of God; Act of War; Arrest or Restraint of Princes; Strikes or Lockouts; Heat; Breakage; Rust; Leakage; Sweat; Vermin; Robbery; Theft; Pilferage

Ch.16 Statutory and Bill of Lading Provisions Limiting Liability

Ch.17 Time and Voyage Charters

Ch.18 Laytime and Demurrage

Ch.19 Bareboat Charters

Ch.20 Slot Charterparties

Vol.2B-E: CARRIAGE OF GOODS BY SEA: FORMS

Ch.1-3 (Reserved)

Ch.4 Bareboat Charter Parties

Ch.5 Coal Charter Parties

Ch.6 Fertilizer Charter Parties

Ch.7 General Charter Parties

Ch.8 Grain Charter Parties

Ch.9 Livestock Charter Parties

Ch.10 Meat Charter Parties

Ch.11 Operation and Agency Contracts

Ch.12 Ore Charter Parties

Ch.12A Passenger Charter Parties

Ch.13 Salt Charter Parties

Ch.14 Scrap Charter Parties

Ch.15 Steel Charter Parties

Ch.16 Sugar Charter Parties

Ch.17 Tanker Charter Parties

Ch.18 Towage / Salvage Contracts

Ch.19 Wood Charter Parties

Ch.20 Yacht Charter Parties

Ch.21 Grain Shipping Agreements

Ch.22 Shipbuilding&Repair Contracts

Ch.23 Ship Sale Contracts

Ch.24 Bills of Lading and Miscellaneous Other Carriage Documents

Ch.25 Ship Management Contracts

Ch.26 Tanker Voyage Charter Party Rider

Ch.27 Charter Party Clauses

Vol.3: LIMTATION OF LIABILITY, MARIIME OIL POLLUTION

Ch.1 Limitation of Liability Act - Text and Background.

Ch.2 Nature and Operation of The Limitation Proceeding

Ch.3 Liabilities Subject to Limitation

Ch.4 Liabilities not Subject to Limitation

Ch.5 Elements Necessary for Limitation; Proper Parties; Direct Actions; Vessels

Ch.6 Procedural Considerations

Ch.7 The Limitation Fund

Ch.8 Court Practice

Ch.9 Maritime Oil Pollution

Vol.3A: THE LAW OF SALVAGE

Ch.1 Nature and Origin of Salvage

Ch.2 Types of Salvage Service

Ch.3 Property Subject to Salvage Award

Ch.4 Persons Entitled to Salvage Award

Ch.5 The Peril

Ch.6 Voluntary Service

Ch.7 Success

Ch.8 Misconduct of Salvors

Ch.9 Abandonment and Derelict Property 

Ch.10 The Salvage Lien

Ch.11 Right of Possession

Ch.12 Contract Salvage

Ch.13 Tug and Tow

Ch.14 Towage or Salvage

Ch.15 Salvage Suits by and against The Government

Ch.16 Cargo's Contribution to Salvage Award

Ch.17 Expenses, Damages and Personal Injury to Salvors

Ch.18 Co-Salvage

Ch.19 Award: The Policy of The Law

Ch.20 Award: Principles Considered in Making Awards

Ch.21 Award: The Elements

Ch.22 Award: Apportionment

Ch.23 Salvage Practice

Ch.24 Practice: Appeal

Appendix A Forms

Appendix B Salvage Convention of 1910

Appendix C Selected Sections of The United States Code

Appendix D Table of Salvage Cases

Appendix E Proclamations

Vol.3B: MARITIME BANKRUPTCY: LAW AND COMMENTARY

Ch.1 Commencement of A Case - Voluntary or Involuntary

Ch.2 The Automatic Stay

Ch.3 Trustees

Ch.4 The Debtor in Possession

Ch.5 Creditors' Committees

Ch.6 Proofs of Claim

Ch.7 Debtor's Exemptions

Ch.8 Discharge of Debtor

Ch.9 Dischargeability of Debts

Ch.10 Property of The Estate and Protection of Creditors' Interests

Ch.11 Operation of The Estate by The Debtor in Possession or The Trustee

Ch.12 Executory Contracts

Ch.13 Suits in Bankruptcy Court

Ch.14 Maritime in rem Proceedings in Bankruptcy

Ch.15 Obtaining Credit under Section 364

Ch.16 Maritime Rehabilitation Proceedings

Ch.17 Proceedings in The United States Involving Foreign Bankruptcies

Vol.3C: MARITIME BANKRUPTCY: FORMS AND SELECTED LOCAL BANKRUPTCY RULES

Appendix A Forms

Appendix B Selected Local Bankruptcy Rules

Vol.4&4A: PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE - FORMS

Ch.1 Complaints

Ch.2 Defenses

Ch.3 Motions and Remedies

Ch.3A Releases

Ch.3B Purchase and Sale Agreements

Ch.3C Letter of Undertaking and Related Forms

Ch.4 Interrogatories

Vol.5-5D: ADMIRALTY RULES

Vol.6-6F: INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW: DOCUMENTS AND COMMENTARY

Ch.1 Carriage of Goods by Sea

Ch.2 Carriage of Passengers by Sea

Ch.3 Collision, Navigation and Rescue

Ch.4 Salvage and General Average

Ch.5 Limitation of Liability

Ch.6 Pollution of The Sea

Ch.7 Arbitration and Dispute Settlement

Ch.8 Arrest and Litigation

Ch.9 International Labour Organization (ILO)

Ch.10 Territorial Waters and High Seas

Ch.11 Conservation of Fisheries and Living Resources

Ch.12 International Maritime Organization (IMO)

Ch.13 Maritime Security: Piracy, Terrorism, War and Hostile Engagement

Ch.14 Regulation of Maritime Safety

Ch.15 Registration of Ships and Mortgages

Ch.16 Health and Sanitation

Ch.17 Narcotics and Prohibited Trade

Ch.18 Maritime Commerce and Access to Waters, Ports and Trades

Ch.19 Maritime Agency and Facilitation of Maritime Traffic

Ch.20 Maritime Business, Contracts, Money Transfer and Taxation

Ch.21 Law of Treaties and Diplomatic Intervention

Ch.22 International Organizations

Vol.7: MARINE INSURANCE: FORMS

Ch.1 Hull Clauses

Ch.2 Cargo Forms

Ch.3 Miscellaneous Legal Liability

Ch.4 Digest of Maritime Insurance Cases

Vol.7A: MARINE INSURANCE: PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY CLUB RULES, INSTITUTE CLAUSES

Ch.1 Protection and Indemnity Club Rules and Commercial Wordings

Ch.2 Institute Clauses

Vol.8: DESK REFERENCE

Ch.1 Legal Research in Admiralty and Maritime Law

Ch.2 Admiralty Jurisdiction

Ch.3 Admiralty Practice and Procedure

Ch.4 Sovereign Immunity

Ch.5 Carriage of Goods

Ch.6 Maritime Bankruptcy

Ch.7 Maritime Liens

Ch.8 Limitations on Liability

Ch.9 Collisions

Ch.10 Personal Injury and Death

Ch.11 Marine Oil Pollution

Ch.12 Marine Insurance

Ch.13 Salvage

Ch.14 Towage

Ch.15 Maritime Security

Ch.16 Bills of Lading

Ch.17 (Reserved)

Ch.18 Charterparties

Ch.19 Marinas

Ch.20 (Reserved)

Ch.21 Arbitration

Ch.22 Cargo Law

Primary Source Materials

Nautical Glossary

Technical Glossary

Vol.9: MARITIME ARBITRATION

Ch.1 Commentary

Ch.2 Treaties

Ch.3 National Laws

Ch.4 Arbitration Rules

Ch.5 Conciliation Rules

Ch.6 Ethics Rules

Ch.7 Court Forms

Ch.8 Bibliography

Vol.10: CRUISE SHIPS

Ch.1 Overview

Ch.2 Governmental Regulation

Ch.3 Practice and Procedure

Ch.4 Forum-Selection and Choice of Law Clauses

Ch.5 Passengers

Ch.6 Crewmembers

Ch.7 Invitees, Licensees, and Stowaways

Ch.8 Concessionaires

Ch.9 Shipboard Medical Care

Ch.10 Cruise Line Bankruptcies

Appendix A Additional Topics of Interest

Appendix B Protocols and Conventions

Appendix C Charter Parties

Appendix D Court Forms

Appendix E Nautical Glossary

Index