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Talal Aladwani

-party liability and compensation for maritime claims. 2 This article is an attempt to address briefly the ratified conventions and their implementation (or effectiveness) under Kuwaiti law. The need for ratifying the recent amendments to the current ratified conventions and for incorporating new IMO

Isam Ghanemt

raised the defence of lack of juris- diction of the Dubai Civil Courts. The carrier asserted that the action, instituted by the insurer for the consignee based on a letter of subrogation, was an ordinary money claim and not a maritime claim. Under the laws of Dubai prior to promulgation of Dubai Law No

Richard Price

claim and Article 24 of the Civil Procedure Code which states that any agreement contrary to the provisions of the Code are void. How does this sit with arbitration under Article 203? As far as maritime claims are concerned, this raises the interesting question of how the UAE Courts will in- terpret a