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|Title: ||Merchantman or quasi-warship? R v Fogg and Secretary of State for Defence and Short.|
|Citation: ||Journal of International Maritime Law, 13(2): 112-124|
|Publisher: ||Lawtext Publishing|
|Journal: ||Journal of International Maritime Law|
|Issue Date: ||2007 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.lawtext.com/lawtextweb/default.jsp?PageID=2|
|Abstract: ||Comments on the Court of Appeal ruling in R. (on the application of Fogg) v Secretary of State for Defence on whether the wreck of a merchant vessel which had been sunk by German boats should be protected as a designated site under the Protection of Military Remains Act 1986. Considers the interpretation of the definition of military service.|
|Keywords: ||Human remains|
Protection of Military Remains Act 1986
|Appears in Collections: ||Maritime Law|
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