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Minimizing Risks and Protecting Interests in Ship Finance : Central issues and mechanisms.

Emmanuel, Igwe (2009)
Department of Law
Abstract
In examining the above subjectmatter, this thesis has necessarily touched on key aspects of both international public and private shipping law regarding ship finance. In doing so, it has necessarily also x-rayed the interaction between ship finance and various other key areas of law such as insolvency law, transnational commercial law, contract law etc. In this wise, the ship finance transaction and process can be appreciated when structured in three principal stages to with - pre- contractual, contractual or documentation and enforcement paying regard to possibility of pre-enforcement alternatives. This essay has adopted this contractual arrangement paradigm to x-ray mechanisms utilised in protecting the interest of parties more... (More)
In examining the above subjectmatter, this thesis has necessarily touched on key aspects of both international public and private shipping law regarding ship finance. In doing so, it has necessarily also x-rayed the interaction between ship finance and various other key areas of law such as insolvency law, transnational commercial law, contract law etc. In this wise, the ship finance transaction and process can be appreciated when structured in three principal stages to with - pre- contractual, contractual or documentation and enforcement paying regard to possibility of pre-enforcement alternatives. This essay has adopted this contractual arrangement paradigm to x-ray mechanisms utilised in protecting the interest of parties more particularly the lender and minimising inherent risks Inevitably, in this embarked process and task , the thesis examines the central legal and critical issues surrounding secured ship finance . In concluding and as a form of recommendation, this thesis among other suggestions made a strong case for developing countries while stressing the exigency of supranational regulations as it relates to ship finance. (Less)
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Emmanuel, Igwe
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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Maritime Law
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English
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1555394
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  abstract     = {In examining the above subjectmatter, this thesis has necessarily touched on key aspects of both international public and private shipping law regarding ship finance. In doing so, it has necessarily also x-rayed the interaction between ship finance and various other key areas of law such as insolvency law, transnational commercial law, contract law etc. In this wise, the ship finance transaction and process can be appreciated when structured in three principal stages to with - pre- contractual, contractual or documentation and enforcement paying regard to possibility of pre-enforcement alternatives. This essay has adopted this contractual arrangement paradigm to x-ray mechanisms utilised in protecting the interest of parties more particularly the lender and minimising inherent risks Inevitably, in this embarked process and task , the thesis examines the central legal and critical issues surrounding secured ship finance . In concluding and as a form of recommendation, this thesis among other suggestions made a strong case for developing countries while stressing the exigency of supranational regulations as it relates to ship finance.},
  author       = {Emmanuel, Igwe},
  keyword      = {Maritime Law},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Minimizing Risks and Protecting Interests in Ship Finance : Central issues and mechanisms.},
  year         = {2009},
}