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3. Is there any other way to arrest a ship in your jurisdiction?
Not under DR Commercial and Civil Law, but there some other non-orthodox manners to detain a ship, influenced by circumstances surrounding the case, the arresting party/its lawyer(s) and their relationship with DR port and naval authorities. Some “Opposition or Embargo Retentivo” (an embargo
of assets, documentation or cash owned by the debtors in hands of third parties, normally used to freeze bank accounts) per DR CPC, Articles 557-582, have succeeded in withholding sailing permits at DPA or Harbourmaster, not passed unto vessel’s Master, impeding sailing of vessel. An Executory Title, from a Notary Public or private, or Judge Order must be obtained.