March 1965
Law & Contemporary Problems;Spring1965, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p370
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the unification of private maritime law by international conventions held way back in the year 1965 in the U.S. It is expected that the influence of the uniform rules will increase with time and many nations would adopt them either by adherence to the various international conventions or by incorporation into domestic legislation. The Comiré Maritime International was extended to a new uniform law of the seas extending to all incidents of maritime commerce in the U.S. This extension has helped the international community against economic disadvantages. Brussels Conventions for the unification of maritime law has not been generally adopted.


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