Admiralty Solicitors Group
The City of London Admiralty Solicitors Group (generally knownas the "Admiralty Solicitors Group") is an organization devoted to promoting high standards inthe practice of maritime law in London and to promoting the arbitration and mediation of maritime law disputes there. It also publishes various standard-form documents used bymaritime law practitioners, particularly in collision and salvage cases. Website:http://www.admiraltysolicitorsgroup.com/main.htm.
A Canadian maritime and admiralty law website, with many links toother sites, maintained by Chris Giaschi of Giaschi & Margolis, Vancouver, British Columbia,Canada. Website: http://www.admiraltylaw.com/.
An Email subscription list for professors of admiralty and maritime lawand others interested in the discipline, including practicing lawyers and those studying orparticipating in shipborne transportation and commerce, the law of the sea, the exploitation orconservation of marine resources, and marine archaeology. Contact: John Paul Jones, The T.C.Williams School of Law, University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia 23173, U.S.A. Tel.: (804)289-8211; fax: (804) 289-8683. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In civil law jurisdictions, "affreightment" refers to a contract for the charteringof a ship or some principal part of it. In England, the term is used to refer to the contract for thecarriage of goods in a ship, either under a bill of lading (infra) or a charterparty (infra). (Tetley,Int'l C. of L., 1994 at p. 248 note 7; Tetley, Int'l M. & A. L., 2003 at p. 128 note 28).
AFS Convention 2001
Anti-fouling Systems (AFS) Convention 2001 - The InternationalConvention on the Control of Harmful Anti-fouling Systems on Ships, adopted by the IMO (infra)on October 5, 2001, and in force 17 September 2008.
Allision is a primarily American term for collision (infra) of a ship with a fixedobject, not a ship. See In re Superior Constr. Co., 445 F.3d 1334 at 1336, note 1, 2006 AMC 1038at p. 1039, note 1 (11 Cir. 2006).
See Association of Maritime Arbitrators of Canada (infra).
American Maritime Cases, Baltimore, Maryland. Maritime law decisions of Americanfederal and state courts since 1923. An example of a citation for a District Court is 1970 AMC123 (S.D. Fla. 1969), for the Court of Appeals is 1986 AMC 1130 (2 Cir. 1985) and for the U.S.Supreme Court is 1953 AMC 1210 (U.S.). Address: Mr. Marty Kappert, American Maritime Cases,Inc., 3600 Clipper Mill Road, Suite 208, Baltimore, MD, 21211, U.S.A. Tel: (410)-243-2426; Fax:(410)-243-2427. Email: email@example.com. Website:http://www.americanmaritimecases.com/.