How do you go about enforcing Maritime Laws in a country that does not regulate it? With textbook knowledge of international law and vast experience in the field.
Maritime Law (also known as Admiralty Law) is a separate body of law governing a variety of maritime-related disputes.
The MONTEBLANCO & ASSOCIATES Maritime Law specialists have represented a broad range of clients in numerous cargo carriage disputes; vessel financing, operation, construction and re-building issues; maritime liens; commercial/contractual claims (including charter parties); and a variety of other maritime disputes. In a country riddled with judiciary corruption, a textbook knowledge of local laws and international treaties on maritime law becomes paramount when spearheading cases of this nature. Thus, our ability to enforce Ship Arrests in Peru without turning to detrimental under-the-table payments has become widely respected as well as swift and effective.
If you require informed legal counsel and representation for issues concerning admiralty and maritime law, we invite you to contact MONTEBLANCO & ASSOCIATES to schedule an initial consultation with a member of our legal team. If you are however in need of a prompts Ship Arrest in Peru, than call our emergency number so we can discus your case accordingly.
Because the laws that govern vessels are highly detailed and complicated, they may cause confusion to inexperienced attorneys reviewing a Charter Party. The maritime lawyers at MONTEBLANCO & ASSOCIATES are actual maritime law attorneys who know maritime law well and work closely with our clients.
Our experienced Peru maritime lawyers and litigators assist companies with issues of:
- Maritime contracts
- Damage to ships, freight or freight items
- Boats built incorrectly
- Payment disputes
- Seizures of vessels
- Lien interests
- Ocean cargo claims
- Business organization
Contact The MONTEBLANCO & ASSOCIATES Maritime Lawyers for more information about our Maritime Law practice.