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Pressure builds for greater legal clarity of judicial ship sales

A Malta colloquium agreed on steps to persuade the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law to develop a new instrument and call a diplomatic conference to transform it into an international convention.

The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law will be asked to develop a new legal instrument covering judicial ship sales that are ordered by a court

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