Ship arrest in commercial ports of Tunisia

Our law firm announce its new specialised website on ship arrest and release in Tunisia.

Achour law firm has launched today its new specialised website on all legal aspects of ship arrest and release in all commercial ports of Tunisia according to the Tunisian maritime commerce code.

The work of the firm on vessel arrests will therefore cover all the Tunisian commercial ports: Port of Bizerte Menzel Bourguiba, Port of La Goulette, Port of Rades, Port of Sousse, Port of Sfax, port of Gabes, Port of Zarzis.

The new domain is www.tunisian-shiparrest.lawyer, Through this specialized website, we offer to our maritime clients a full range of marine legal services in Tunisia and worldwide relating to ships arrest and release. By this way, our clients will benefit from an independent dedicated website from which they can refer to our ship arrest, conservatory and enforcement measures practice in Tunisia in more detail.

If you are looking for leading Tunisian shipping solicitors in any commercial ports of Tunisia for a ship arrest or release, bunker claim, general average, demurrage claim, cargo claim, do not hesitate to contact us : maritime@cabinet-achour.com

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Abdelmonem Achour

Abdelmonem Achour is a Tunisian maritime lawyer. He specialises in both commercial and the litigation aspects of shipping, admiralty, marine insurance, transport, logistics, international trade and marine environmental law, as well as maritime casualty response and subrogated recoveries. He heads up the practice’s Admiralty and Shipping department and is the Transport Headlight leader. He has advised a number of commodity traders and their insurers, underwriters and brokers in international trade and recovery matters. Having obtained his BA LLB at the University of Tunis, he was admitted as an Attorney around ten years ago, is the senior partner of the firm and heads up the practice’s Admiralty and Shipping department. He also obtained a post-graduate diploma in Corporate Law.

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