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|Issue Date: ||2016-03-18T02:14:43Z
Abstract:There are different types of collisions, including sole party to blame, both to blame and no party to blame collisions. However, since the promulgation of International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972, most countries in judging liability concerning collisions have adopted those rules. The clearer of the rules in navigation, the fewer disputes will arise because of ambiguity of those statutory or judicial regulations. The determination of liability concerning collision is closely related to whether or not there exists negligence, which is also one of the elements to an action in tort. This thesis explores the liabilities arise from different types of collision and how a court will judge liabilities between the parties concerned.
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