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The Rights And Wrongs Of Ship Arrest In Ireland
One of the main things worth bearing in mind when considering the arrest of a ship (or a sister ship) in the Republic of Ireland (ROI) is the applicability of the various arrest conventions.
Ireland
24 Mar 2016
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Irelandís Tonnage Tax Regime
Ireland boasts a very attractive tax regime for shipping operations known as the tonnage tax regime. It is designed to ensure that shipping businesses based in Ireland pay tax on a nominal profit which is based on the tonnage of a vessel as opposed to on actual profit generated by the business.
Ireland
9 Dec 2009
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Arresting A Ship In Ireland
The 1952 Arrest Convention was given the force of law in Ireland by the passing of the Jurisdiction of the Courts (Maritime Conventions) Act, 1989.
Ireland
8 May 2008
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