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U.S. regulation of ocean transportation under the Shipping Act of 1984 by Gerald H. Ullman

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Published by Cornell Maritime Press in Centreville, Md .
Written in English



  • United States.


  • Maritime law -- United States.,
  • Carriers -- Law and legislation -- United States.,
  • Ocean freight forwarders -- United States.

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Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementGerald H. Ullman.
ContributionsUnited States.
LC ClassificationsKF2606 .U45 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 287 p. :
Number of Pages287
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL782143M
ISBN 100870334700
LC Control Number95014074

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Gerald H. Ullman Available Now. This book furnishes a quick and clear exposition of the statutory and regulatory responsibilities of those Size: 6″ x 9″ | pp Index. The Federal Maritime Commission is publishing an updated list of controlled carriers, i.e., ocean common carriers operating in U.S.-foreign trades that are owned or controlled by foreign governments. Such carriers are subject to special regulatory oversight by the Commission under the Shipping Act of Start Further Info. The passage of the Shipping Act of brought about a major deregulatory change in the regulatory regime facing shipping companies operating in the U.S. foreign commerce. The subsequent passage of the Ocean Shipping Reform Act of , with its further deregulatory amendments and modifications to the Shipping Act of , represented another. Important categories of regulation that affect intermodal freight are land use (e.g., zoning and wetlands preservation), other environmental rules, truck size and weight, transportation safety, economic regulation of ocean shipping, and antitrust regulation.

Title 46 is the portion of the Code of Federal Regulations that governs shipping within the United States for the United States Coast Guard, the United States Maritime Administration, and the United States Maritime is available in digital or printed form. Title 46 and Title 33 of the Code of Federal Regulations are usually consulted by Classification societies, engineering firms. CHAPTER INTERNATIONAL OCEAN COMMERCE TRANSPORTATION The Shipping Act of as amended by the Ocean Shipping Reform Act of , 46 App. U.S.C. CHAPTER INTERNATIONAL MARITIME AND PORT SECURITY. CHAPTER MARITIME DRUG LAW ENFORCEMENT. CHAPTER MERCHANT MARINE DECORATIONS AND MEDALS. (4) Rebate. Any rebate of, or other decrease in, the price actually paid or payable made or otherwise effected between the buyer and seller after the date of importation of the merchandise will be disregarded in determining the transaction value under § (b). (5) Foreign inland freight and other inland charges incident to the international shipment of merchandise -. Part 47 - Transportation: Subpart - General: Subpart - Contracts for Transportation or for Transportation-Related Services: Subpart - Transportation in Supply Contracts: Subpart - Air Transportation by U.S.-Flag Carriers: Subpart - Ocean Transportation by U.S.-Flag Vessels: Part 48 - Value Engineering.

(C) any act or acts constituting a continuing criminal enterprise, as that term is defined in section of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. ); (D) an offense under section 32 (relating to the destruction of aircraft), section 37 (relating to violence at international airports), section (relating to influencing, impeding, or. In addition to appropriating funds for Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) operations for fiscal year and limiting the terms of future FMC commissioners, this legislation, if signed into law by the president, would make a potentially significant change in the U.S. Shipping Act of Section (a) of the Merchant Marine Act of , as amended by the Cargo Preference Act of (as codified under 46 U.S.C. § and further amended by Section National Defense Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year (Public Law ),) requires at least 50% of the gross tonnage (computed separately for dry bulk carriers, dry. Federal Maritime Commission: (a) Statutory functions. The Commission regulates common carriers by water and other persons involved in the foreign commerce of the U.S. under provisions of the Shipping Act, , as amended by the Ocean Shipping Reform Act of [46 U.S.C. app. ]; section 19 of the Merchant Marine Act, [46 U.S.C. app. ]; the Foreign Shipping Practices Act of.