Written in a scholarly yet engaging style, this insightful book reveals foundational concepts for the conventions’ regimes, from the legal relationships they govern, to the manner of their implementation in national law. Employing legal history and comparative law to support his arguments, David Cluxton enriches the doctrinal analysis with an in-depth academic study of the legal background to, and drafting history of, the Warsaw Convention, the subsequent development of the relevant issues, and the case law and commentary thereon.
Aviation Law Cause of Action Exclusivity in the Warsaw and Montreal Conventions will be a valuable resource for scholars and students of private air law, private international law and dispute resolution, while also being of great interest to aviation law practitioners and aviation insurers and policy-makers.
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