The terms "admiralty law" and "maritime law" are often used interchangeably. Black's Law Dictionary defines maritime law as: "[t]hat system of law which particularly relates ... to seaman, to the transportation of persons ...by sea, and to marine affairs generally. [It is] [t]he law relating to harbors, ships and seaman, ... and rights of masters and seaman, etc."
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