In 1933 a convention was signed at Rome for the purpose of regulating in a uniform manner liability for damage caused by aircraft to third parties on the surface, with a view to regulating the incidence of liability and providing for the limitation of liability and for compulsory insurance1. It has not, however, been ratified by the United Kingdom2. In 1952 a further convention3 was drawn up to supersede and improve that of 1933, but it too has not yet been
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