Maritime Law

Maritime law, also referred to as admiralty law, consists of the statutes and case precedents that govern legal disputes originating on navigable waters. Navigable waters include all bodies of water that are capable of being used for interstate or foreign commerce. Thus, a large river that flows into the ocean or crosses state lines would fall within maritime jurisdiction. A lake entirely within a single state would not.

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Admiralty and Maritime Lawyers and Law Firms in Lyford Cay, Bahamas



Admiralty and Maritime Lawyers

  • Higgs & Johnson

    Lyford Cay, Bahamas

    Counsel & Attorneys-at-Law

    Phone +242 362-6268

    Higgs & Johnson, a leading law firm in The Bahamas, is also one of the country’s oldest and largest, with an international reputation for sound legal advice that spans more than half a century. Distinctive among top Caribbean law firms, Higgs & Johnson is a full-service commercial practice...



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