Under British maritime law, any member of the crew deserting ship in a foreign port can be arrested.
Let us now go on to follow the peculiarities of the maritime law in other directions.
A reform of maritime law to which the United States are not a party is of little worth.
By the maritime law of the Middle Ages the ship was not only the source, but the limit, of liability.
Religious services—those of the Church of England—on British passenger steamships are made obligatory by maritime law.
England contended that these were the established principles of maritime law.
One means of doing this was by giving assurances on maritime law in time of war.
Average, in maritime law, any charge or expense over and above the freight of goods, and payable by their owner.
Here I may mention one of the injustices of English maritime law.
Other parts of the law of nations, the maritime law especially, require improvement.