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Optional Paper - 6  :   MARITIME LAW

The course shall comprise of the following :

(1)History and Jurisdiction :

Public International Law and Merchant Shipping Laws; Relationship of Merchant Shipping Law to National and International Law;  Maritime Flag and State Responsibility.  Equality of Flag and Use of National Ports; Merchant Shipping in Territorial Water and High Seas.

(2)Carriage by sea :

The Form of the Contract Charter Party and Bills of Lading;  Rights and Duties of Shipowners at Common Law, Carriage of Goods by Sea Act, 1924;  Protection of Shipowner and Limitation of His Liability Under the Merchant Shipping Act;  Bill of Lading as a Document of Title and its Function in Relation to Overseas Trade;  Bills of Lading Act, 1855; Contract for the Sale of Goods and C.I.F. and FOB Terms;  Average and the York Antwerp Rules (All in Outline Only);  The Shipowners Lien, Stoppage in Transit.  Measure of Damages for Breach of the Contract.

(3)Marine Insurance :

General Principles; What is Insured; Insurable Interest Duty of Disclosure;  Principle of Indemnity, Formation of the Contract: Premium its Retention and Return Conditions and Warrantees and their Interpretation;  Loss and Abandonment and Measure of Indemnity;  Assignment; Reinsurance.

(4)Collision :

The Importance of Collision; The Elements of Collision Liability; The Standards of Proper Action;

(5)Salvage :

The Nature of Salvage;  What Property May be Salvaged;  Who may become Salvors;  The Salvage Award how Computed how Distributed; Liability for Salvage Award, Salvage under Contract.

(6)International Regulation of Navigation, Shipping and Overseas Communications (in Outlines Only)

Optional Paper - 7 : Military Law

This course is designed to acquaint students with military law in India with a special reference to the Army Act, 1950, the Air Force Act, 1950, and the Navy Act, 1957.

The course shall comprise of the following :

Evolution of Military Law-Relation of Officers and soldiers to civil life: Statutory immunities; Exemptions and Restrictions; System of Trial by Court Martial; Court of law in relation to Armed Forces; Personnel and Court Martial-Armed Forces and the Indian Constitution.

Optional Paper - 8 :  CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS

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