By William Harry Mitchell, Leonard Arthur Sawyer
Британские стандартные суда, построенные во время Первой мировой войны
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Three days later, court officials scheduled a hearing of the case for August 11. In the meantime, Aigron, through attorney Barraud, filed two depositions, on July 27 and 30, rebutting the plaintiffs’ petition. On August 4 the plaintiffs responded with a written brief maintaining the validity of their claim and making a new allegation. On August 7, their attorney, Rochard, issued a summons for the defendants to appear before the Admiralty Court. Although no date appears on the document, it is presumed the summons was for the August 11 hearing.
The most logical assumption seems to be that the order either declared a settlement or dismissed the case. The proceedings as a whole reflect well on the competence of the opposing attorneys. Rochard supported the plaintiffs’ claim with citations to maritime law: L’ordonnance de la Marine, promulgated August 3, 1681, as well as precedents established by the Hanseatic League in 1591 and the Rhodian Sea-Law, from perhaps as early as the seventh century. Defense counsel, Barraud especially, took up the challenge, contesting the interpretation Rochard placed on the sea law, on which he based much of his argument.
10 The channel is broad and deep within the bar, there being five or six fathoms of water almost everywhere. 11 It is also to be observed that when the wind blows from off the shore for a long time, the level of the water falls; at times there are only ten feet of water left on the bar, as we noticed on the day our pilots took soundings. They have drawn up a report of them. 12 These two channels issue from a sort of bay, very long and very broad, into which the River Colbert falls; the water is as salty as that of the sea.
British Standard Ships of World War I by William Harry Mitchell, Leonard Arthur Sawyer