International maritime law is applied to the problems related to the use of maritime and marine resources of the states and for all kinds of maritime business and maritime trade.

International Maritime Law is applied to the problems related to the use of maritime and maritime resources of the States and all kinds of maritime business and maritime trade.

It is a discipline that sets out the rules for defining and determining the water areas for which States have the right to land, continental landscape and exclusive sovereignty, and which states that the states will benefit from internationally recognized seas under these rules. In particular, the application of international maritime law includes states parties as inother international documents. In today’s world conjuncture, almost all states observe these rules.

Maritime law; Maritime Public Law and Maritime Private Law. Maritime special law is divided into many dala within itself. The regulation of the maritime law business activities carried out over the sea as a subdivision constitutes the subject of maritime trade law.

In the maritime transportation, “Ship” shall be defined as a legal entity, acceptance of an enterprise, determination of the rights, duties and responsibilities of its captain, other employees, security of the people and safety of the persons carried and the rules, events, Law “is interested.

Maritime transport today plays a major role in the international circulation of commercial goods and offers the advantage that goods can be transported in much greater volumes and weight than air, rail and road transport. CMS Trans serves ship owners, ship tenants, ship agents, import and export companies, operators and financing organizations, ship personnel, and maritime trade.

Our marine law enforcement officers are not responsible for legal disputes arising from lost, damaged, delayed or risky cargoes, compensation claims arising from collisions, landings, shipwrecks, individual injuries, contractual disputes, marine pollution, ship seizures, maritime receipts, Shipyard debts and maritime insurance. We represent our clients in the shipbuilding, logistics, chartering, port and rescue projects of any kind, including mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, ship sales and financing in the sector.

Some of the issues that our marine legal team supports are as follows:

  • Marine Claims
  • Ship trading
  • Collision, landing marine pollution and individual disputes
  • Ship financing and foreclosures
  • Bankruptcies in the maritime sector
  • Seizure of ships
  • Maritime trade and logistics contracts
  • International trade and transportation
  • Ship collisions and other losses
  • Charterers and charterers
  • Regulations related to environmental law and relations with state institutions