Polar Code Legal Briefing
The latest legal briefing from our team covers the Polar Code: a new regulation for polar shipping.
This briefing is one of a continuing series which aims to share the legal expertise within the Club with our Members.
A significant proportion of the expertise in the Managers’ offices around the world consists of lawyers who can advise Members on general P&I related legal, contractual and documentary issues.
UK P&I Club Legal Briefing October 2015 (11 MB)
Source UK P&I
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