dead-ship doctrine. Maritime law. The rule that admiralty law no longer applies to a ship when its purpose has been so changed that it is no longer a vessel because it has no further navigation function. [Cases: Admiralty
6. C.J.S. Admiralty ¡ì¡ì 26¨C32.]
What is the Chinese interpretation of DEAD-SHIP DOCTRINE?
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