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Essentials of transportation and public utilities law / Timoteo B. Aquino, Professor of Law and Pre-Bar Reviewer. Ramon Paul L. Hernando, Associate Justice Court of Appeals, Professor of Law.

By: Aquino, Timoteo B [author. ].
Contributor(s): Hernando, Ramon Paul L [author. ].
Edition: Fourth Edition.Description: xxii, 1052 pages, 12 unnumbered pages of plates ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789712378072.Subject(s): Transportation -- Law and legislation -- PhilippinesDDC classification: 343.093 Summary: All the topics that are part of the previous edition are still part of the present edition, although the topics are re-arranged to provide a better framework and flow of discussion. The duty to exercise extraordinary diligence that was previously discussed in a separate chapter is now integrated in Chapter 2 that is devoted entirely to the obligations of the carrier. Two separate Chapters are presented, Chapter 3 on obligations of the shippers and passengers. and Chapter 4 on defenses of the common carriers in court actions. Three separate chapters on air transportation are now discussed ahead of maritime law (Chapters 7,8 and 9) in view of the prominent role of air transportation even to ordinary individuals. These chapters include a new separate chapter containing a more comprehensive discussion of the rules and jurisprudence on the Warsaw Convention. All chapters contain additional discussions, cases and/or citations. The additional materials include a discussion of Warsaw Convention mentioned earlier, a new section on transportation by train in Chapter 2 and a more extensive discussion of Public Service Regulations in Chapter 21 and 22." --Preface
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Non-fiction 343.093 .Aq657 2016 (Browse shelf) Checked out 02/02/2020 0123350

All the topics that are part of the previous edition are still part of the present edition, although the topics are re-arranged to provide a better framework and flow of discussion. The duty to exercise extraordinary diligence that was previously discussed in a separate chapter is now integrated in Chapter 2 that is devoted entirely to the obligations of the carrier. Two separate Chapters are presented, Chapter 3 on obligations of the shippers and passengers. and Chapter 4 on defenses of the common carriers in court actions. Three separate chapters on air transportation are now discussed ahead of maritime law (Chapters 7,8 and 9) in view of the prominent role of air transportation even to ordinary individuals. These chapters include a new separate chapter containing a more comprehensive discussion of the rules and jurisprudence on the Warsaw Convention.

All chapters contain additional discussions, cases and/or citations. The additional materials include a discussion of Warsaw Convention mentioned earlier, a new section on transportation by train in Chapter 2 and a more extensive discussion of Public Service Regulations in Chapter 21 and 22." --Preface

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