Are the same maritime liens allowed under the laws of other countries as in England and Wales?

No. The law of many Commonwealth countries allows the same maritime liens as English law. In the USA and many other countries, however, the range of maritime liens is much wider, so that suppliers of goods and services to ships, for example, may also have maritime liens.

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