1 Austl. & N.Z. Mar. L.J. 1 (1983)

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I. EDITORIAL
As forecast by the President of the Association, Mr K. J. Carruthers
Q.C., the Newsletter has become the Journal. You now hold
the belated first issue.
It is the object of the Journal to keep members in contact with the
activities of the Association at both a state and national level and
to inform members of Maritime law matters which may be either of
professional or general interest.
The success of the Journal will depend largely on the contributions.
We look forward to your support in this regard and thank the
contributors to this first issue.
In this issue is an interesting article by Stuart Hetherington, based
on a commentary given at the Singapore Conference, on oil pollution.
The article canvasses in detail a number of aspects of the International
Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage (1969). In
an article by Morella Calder the important question is raised as to
whether or not a mortgagee of a mortgage registered under the Ship-
ping Registration Act 1981 (Cth) can arrest the vessel, in an action
in rem in the Admiralty irsdiction, for a breach of the mortgage.
Both the author and the Journal would welcome comments on this
significant use. For the benefit of those who were unable to attend,
we also publish an address given by Mr Justice Sheen to the New
South Wales Branch of the Association.
Finally, members are advised that preparations for the Tenth Annual
General Meeting and Conference are well advanced and we look
forward to seeing you there as this will ensure that this Conference
is as successful as its predecessors.

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