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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C.R. & F. Rojas - Abogados

C.R. & F. Rojas - Abogados

Santa Cruz, Bolivia
Legal Services in Bolivia
Phone+591 3 3377474

C.R. & F. Rojas - Abogados, founded in 1900 by the late Casto Rojas, is the oldest law firm in Bolivia. The firm is based in the capital city of La Paz with an office in Santa Cruz and correspondent offices in all other major Bolivian cities.
Beginning as a family firm that...

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Ferrere

Ferrere

Santa Cruz, Bolivia
Full-Service Law Firm in Uruguay, Bolivia, and Paraguay
Phone+591 3 3419565

Ferrere is a top quality full service law firm with offices in Uruguay, Bolivia, and Paraguay. Our offices in Bolivia and Paraguay are run by professionals from each of those countries, many of them also holding advanced degrees from foreign universities, with broad knowledge of...

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