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salvage

noun The saving of something.

verb To rescue, or save the remains of, something, often understood to mean the rescue of cargo lost at sea.
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See generally VINCENT POWER, EC SHIPPING LAW (1992).
Among other notable changes in where wine was shipped in 2014, we saw an impressive 245% increase in shipments of wine to Montana consumers after that state's legislature fixed its direct shipping law to allow wineries to obtain shipping permits, rather than rely on the unworkable "Connoisseurs Licenses" used to track direct shipments previously.
While the direct shipping law was "a foot in the door," according to more than one winery owner, the law's restrictions make it, for now, almost counterproductive.
But in practice it was highly complex, involving shipping law, consideration of tax implications, negotiating commercial contract terms both current and future, dealing with contacts in Holland, where Vroon was based, and with the Mizuho team.
Once I became a qualified solicitor, the firm I was working for sent me to its Paris office, which had a maritime practice and gave me my first taste of shipping law.
See Lloyds Press - International Journal of Shipping Law - June 1998 Quarter.
The book is a companion volume to Marine Cargo Insurance (Informa 2009) winner of the 2010 British Insurance Law Association's book prize, also in the Lloyd's Shipping Law Library.
The team has been consistently ranked as a regional Tier One Shipping Law firm and has won numerous awards and accolades for its finance and disputes capabilities.
Visitors are the lifeblood of Arkansas' wineries, even as the vintners complain that a restrictive direct shipping law prevents them from selling to customers who never make it to their location.
Maritime Union of Australia national secretary Paddy Crumlin said Labor's coastal shipping law had "obvious national benefits" and the union wanted a "balanced stakeholder consultation".
This temporary solution is to allow 'Roll on Roll off' ferries to carry up to 12 passengers with each vehicle, which is the maximum carriage allowed under international shipping law.
Although best known as a shipping law firm, its expertise in fact mirrors the full international trade cycle ( the sale of goods, the underlying finance, the transport from A to B by land and/or sea, and the insurances that aim to protect the reward of each participant.