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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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1st Circuit Court of Appeals through overwhelming evidence that Massachusetts's direct shipping law is discriminatory both in purpose and effect.
Wine shipping laws vary from state to state, and it is critical that a winery's point-of-sale system can accommodate these laws.
Makis Constantinides, Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Communication and Works, said that the temporary solution requires an amendment to Greek shipping law that allows only the drivers to cross on ferries with their vehicles.
Although Rayfield Mills usually find themselves facing large London shipping law firms as counterparts in the work they do, they are able to offer rates (varying according to the value and complexity of individual cases) which can be considered very competitive when compared with those of other commercial solicitors in the North-East.
com/research/f0ee70/eu_shipping_law_3) has announced the addition of the "EU Shipping Law, 3rd Edition" book to their offering.
From his first job Jobson developed a speciality in shipping law, and at the age of 27 departed with his wife for Hong Kong.
Part of the prestigious Lloyd's Shipping Law Library, this important new book provides an authoritative guide to the theory and practice of Ship Registration.
Private pleasure boats are said to be charging up to [euro]800 to ferry people into Lebanon from Cyprus, but officials say that shipping law forbids unlicensed craft being used for commercial purposes for safety reasons.
Professor D Rhidian Thomas is author of Maritime Liens (British Shipping Law Series), published by Stevens and Sons; The Law and Practice Relating to Appeals from Arbitration Awards, Default Powers of Arbitrators, and Volume 1 (1996) and Volume 2 (2002) Modern Law of Marine Insurance, all published by LLP.
He is also a Deputy Chairman of the International Maritime Industries Forum, a member of the InterCargo advisory panel, the General Committee of Lloyds Register of Shipping, the Steering Committee of the London Shipping Law Centre, The Baltic Exchange, and the Worshipful Company of Shipwrights - Liveryman.
com/research/45702a/eu_shipping_law_3r) has announced the addition of the "EU Shipping Law 3rd Edition" book to their offering.
Part of the prestigious Lloyd's Shipping Law Library, The Ratification of Maritime Conventions is a unique publication that will provide essential information for ensuring vessels operate within international law