Lugano Convention 1988

Lugano Convention 1988

Lugano Convention 1988 in Maritime Law

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The following is a definition of Lugano Convention 1988, produced by Tetley, in the context of admiralty law: The Convention on Jurisdiction and the Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters, adopted at Lugano on September 16, 1988 (O.J.E.C. 1988 L 391/1) and in force as of May 1, 1992, establishes uniform rules on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters as between the States of the European Union (see this maritime law term in this legal dictionary) and those of E.F.T.A. (the European Free Trade Association, (see this legal term in this law dictionary)). See W. Tetley, Int’l. C. of L., 1994 at pp. 809 and 856-858; W. Tetley, Intl. M. & A. L., 2003 at p. 422.

Lugano Convention 1988 in Admiralty Law

For information on lugano convention 1988 in this context, see the entry on lugano convention 1988 in the maritime law encyclopedia.





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