December 18, 2012
- 354 Shipping
- 354V Rights and Liabilities of Vessels and Owners in General
- 354k78 Torts
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Admiralty law draws a distinction between allisions and collisions; an “allision” occurs when a moving vessel strikes a stationary object, and a “collision” occurs when two moving vessels strike each other.
Bessemer & Lake Erie R.R. Co. v. Seaway Marine Transport, 596 F.3d 357 (2010)
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