Berlingieri on Arrest of Ships Volume 1

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History of the 1952 Arrest Convention

The CMI conference of 1930 in Antwerp

1.01 In preparing for the Conference of the Comité Maritime International to be held in Antwerp in August 1930, the national associations were invited by the Bureau Permanent of the CMI to suggest new subjects for the study by the Comité. Three associations, the French, the German and the Italian, suggested as a new subject the arrest of ships.1

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