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Unleashing A World Full Of Promise And Peril
The impact of disruptive technologies on the maritime labour force.
Malta
10 Oct 2019
2
The European Aviation Hub
Dr Edward Meli from our Aviation Department, published the below article in the September 2019 Edition of the Commercial Courier, the official Business Magazine of the Malta Chamber of Commerce
Malta
9 Oct 2019
3
The Malta Flag: Shipping Funds And Sale And Leaseback Transactions
The popularity of sale and leaseback transactions is now evident to whoever is involved in the shipping industry.
Malta
7 Oct 2019
4
An International Instrument On The International Recognition Of Judicial Sale Of Ships
Judicial sales are realities which occur when ship owners fail to pay their creditors. Unpaid creditors can range from shipbuilders and financiers, to ship repairers, suppliers of provisions
Malta
1 Oct 2019
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Merchant Shipping Notice 151
Implementation of Regulation (EU) 2015/757.
Malta
24 Sep 2019
6
A Healthy Growing Malta Aviation Register
Malta Aircraft Register estimated to reach 400 registered aircraft by the end of 2019.
Malta
24 Sep 2019
7
Air Services Memorandum Of Understanding Between Transport Malta And Brazilian Authorities
Air Services Memorandum of Understanding between Transport Malta and Brazilian Authorities.
Malta
24 Sep 2019
8
Ryanair's Subsidiary Malta Air, Certified As Air Operator In Malta
KPMG Malta welcomes the licensing of the new airline Malta Air and the positive news about the expansion of the Malta aircraft register.
Malta
24 Sep 2019
9
Merchant Shipping Notice 152
A port State control Concentrated Inspection Campaign (CIC) will be launched jointly by the Paris MoU and the Tokyo MoU on Emergency Systems and Procedures.
Malta
24 Sep 2019
10
Flag Injunctions: Practical Alternative To Ship Arrests
Located in the heart of the Mediterranean and on the rhumb line between Gibraltar and the Suez Canal, Malta has long been regarded as a hot spot for ship arrests.
Malta
19 Sep 2019
11
Autonomous Shipping – Caution Required To Avert The Blind Leading The Blind
The lure of unmanned transport services is no longer a science fiction scenario but a living reality.
Malta
18 Sep 2019
12
A Lesson In Public Procurement In The Maritime Sector
On the application of Virtu Holdings Ltd ( Virtu), the Public Contracts Review Board (PCRB) last week annulled the decision of Gozo Channel Ltd (Gozo Channel) which had selected the
Malta
5 Sep 2019
13
Legal perspective On Environmental Regulations
Pursuant to the amendments made to MARPOL Annex 6, the International Maritime Organization (IMO)has, by virtue of the 2020 Global Sulphur Limit, resolved to limit sulphur content of bunker fuel
Malta
3 Sep 2019
14
Shipping & Maritime Law Newsletter – Issue No. 27 (July 2019)
Welcome to the 2019 edition of the GANADO Shipping & Maritime Law Newsletter. It has been another active and intensive period for the Shipping team at GANADO Advocates.
Malta
30 Jul 2019
15
The Maltese Flag Continues Steady Registry Growth
Apart from commercial vessels, the Maltese flag is also managing to attract niche markets such as cruise liners.
Malta
26 Jul 2019
16
The Business Aviation Networking Drinks 2019
On Wednesday 26th of June 2019, DF Advocates and the Malta Business Aviation Association teamed up to organise the first Business Aviation Networking Drinks in Malta at the Network Gastro Bar
Malta
11 Jul 2019
17
Enforceability Of A Maltese Registered Mortgage – An Update Following The Decision Delivered By The Court Of Appeal (Superior Jurisdiction) On The 17th Of June 2019
As reported in our article of the 11th of February 2019, the the Court of Appeal delivered a groundbreaking judgment on the 8th of February 2019.
Malta
3 Jul 2019
18
Another Successful Private Sale Of A Vessel In Malta By Court Approval
Malta continues to attract vessels to its shores for court-approved sales.
Malta
2 Jul 2019
19
Merchant Shipping Notice 108 Rev 2 - Minimum Basic Wage
The Merchant Shipping Directorate has issued a reminder that in terms of Rule 51 of the Merchant Shipping (Maritime Labour Convention) Rules, the minimum basic wage for a calendar month of service for an able seaman shall not be less than USD 618 on the 1 July 2019.
Malta
13 Jun 2019
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Maltese Aviation Cluster Expanding And Growing Annually
The aviation cluster in Malta will grow to include British aircraft manufacturer and aviation services provider Britten-Norman, through a Heads of Agreement signed between Malta Industrial Parks
Malta
5 Jun 2019
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