The Sixth Edition of the Ship Arrests in Practice
Interlegal became the contributor to the sixth edition of the Ship Arrest in Practice that will come out in December 2011. Our authors, partner of Interlegal, Arthur Nitsevych, and senior lawyer, Alexander Chebotarenko, answered the questions of the editor related to the current situation in Ukraine on the practice of vessels’ arrest and release. Our attorneys update the chapter every year. Thus, please, read the new chapter named Ukraine on page 174.
This publication provides a legal analysis of ship arrest practices in 51 countries around the world.
To offer a comprehensive overview of common issues arising from the arrest and release of a ship. This sixth edition is the result of our yearly updates.
Since the original idea of Felipe Arizon, the guides have developed to offer transparency on arrest practices. The maritime community needed to unravel the different arrest procedures worldwide and www.shiparrested.com gathered articles on how maritime rules were interpreted in each jurisdiction.
Shiparrested.com has become the global and professional network concerning ship arrests or releases. Today 225 law firms assist you in 85 countries across the globe.