The British Trade

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date28 January 1924
Date28 January 1924
CourtProbate, Divorce and Admiralty Division
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3 books & journal articles
  • The Protection Of Seafarers' Wages In Admiralty: A Critical Analysis In The Context Of Modern Shipping
    • Australia
    • Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal No. 22-2, October 2008
    • 1 October 2008
    ...Halsbury’s view. See D R Thomas British Shipping Laws Volume 14: Maritime Liens (Stevens & Sons, London, 1980) 31. 60 The British Trade [1924] P 104. (2008) 22 A&NZ Mar LJ The Protection of Seafarers’ Wages in Admiralty intervening mortgagee and debenture holder conceded that the crew had l......
  • Maritime Liens
    • Canada
    • Irwin Books Canadian Maritime Law. Second Edition Part III
    • 21 June 2016
    ...79 The Duchess of York , above note 77. The court allowed the claims of the master and engineer against the ship. 80 British Trade (The) , [1924] P 104. 81 Edwin (The) (1864), 167 ER 365. 82 Petone (The) , [1917] P 198; followed by Bonham v The Sarnor (1918), 21 Ex CR 183. See also McCullou......
  • Inspecting the Merit System’s “Pivotal Idea”: Does Competitive Examination Increase the Qualifications and Quality of the U.S. Federal Service?
    • United States
    • Review of Public Personnel Administration No. 40-2, June 2020
    • 1 June 2020
    ...who puts too much or too little emphasis on tests . . . will sooner or later find himself involved in difficulties” (Editors, 1924, p. 104). Consistent with this sentiment, politicians reacted to the growth of the administrative state with efforts to secure responsiveness from public servan......

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