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Conduct of Admiralty and maritime work in the Federal Court of Australia

Tue Dec 23 2008

The Federal Court has issued a notice, the purpose of which is to set out the arrangements for the conduct of Admiralty and maritime matters in the Federal Court. This notice deals with the court’s national arrangements, the identification of Admiralty and maritime work covered by the arrangements, in personam proceedings, in rem proceedings, assisted dispute resolution, court annexed arbitration, the proper approach to Admiralty and maritime litigation and the conduct of cargo claims.� Learn more >

23 December 2008

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