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Course Name
Turkish Deniz Hukuku II
English Maritime Law- II
Course Code
DUI 402 Credit Lecture
Semester -
3 3 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Hakan Muran
Course Objectives 1- To teach Maritime Private Law,
2- To teach Maritime Law and its concepts,
3- To gain enough knowledge and practice in order to defend and protect related legal rights and interests and to avoid and overcome probable legal disputes resulted from ship and maritince
Course Description Bozkurt – Lotus case. Montreuz Turkish Straits Convention. Introduction to Maritime Priate Law. Tort and contractual liability. Introduction to Maritime Law. Ship, registration, flag, ship’s seaworthiness/cargoworthiness/port clerance. Master, seafarers. Duties, authorities and responsibilities of Master. Shipowner, disponent owner, rights and responsiblities of shipowner. Shipping Trade Contracts. Maritime Casualties; Collision, Salvage, General Average. Civil Liability and Compensation for Civil Claims Resulted From Marine Pollution. Marine Insurance; Hull and Machinery Insurance, Cargo Insurance, Pand I.
Course Outcomes Students who pass the course successfully will be able to:
I. To understand basic principles of the Maritime Law.
II. To compare types and contents of shipping contracts.
III. To learn legal consequences of maritime casualties.
IV. To gain ability to use basic principles of marine insurance.
Pre-requisite(s) To have successfully completed the Maritime Law-I Lecture.
Required Facilities
Textbook 1. Sözer, B., Deniz Ticareti Hukuku, İstanbul, 2013
2. Kender, R., Ergon, Ç., Yazıcıoğlu, E., Deniz Ticareti Hukuku, İstanbul, 2012.
3. The lecturer's submits.
Other References 1. Sözer, B., Deniz Ticaret Hukuku: Gemi, Donatan,Taşıyan Ve Deniz Ticareti Hukuku’nda Sorumluluk Rejimi, İstanbul, 2011.
2. Baughen, S., Shipping Law, London, 2012.
3. Basedow, J., Ulrich, M., Wolfrum, R., The Hamburg Lectures On Maritime Affairs, 2009&2010, Heidelberg, 2012.
4. Soyer, B., Tettenborn, A., Pollution at Sea: Law and Liability, London, 2012.
5. Glass, D.A., Freight Forwarding and Multimodal Transport Contracts, London, 2012.
6. Stephen,G., Carriage Of Goods By Sea, Oxford, 2011.
7. Ziegler, A., Zunarelli, S., Schelin, J., The Rotterdam Rules 2008, Commentary To The United Nations Convention On Contracts For the International Carriage of Goods Wholly or Partly By Sea, Alphen aan den Rijn, Kluwer Law International, 2010.
8. Baatz, Y., Debattista, C., Lorenzon, F., The Rotterdam Rules: A Practical Annotation, London, 2009.
9. Felix,S., Jurisdiction And Arbitration Clauses In Maritime Transport Documents: A Compatarive Analysis, Heidelberg, London, 2010.
10. Clare, A., London Maritime Arbitration, London, 2009.
11. Hoeks,M., Multimodal Transport Law: The Law Applicable To The Multimodal Contract For The Carriage Of Goods, The Netherlands, 2009.
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