In the case of Admiralty proceedings and proceedings on any claim which could be made the subject of Admiralty proceedings1, a state2 is not immune from:
(1) an action in rem against a ship3 belonging to that state4; or
(2) an action in personam for enforcing a claim in connection with such a ship5,
if, when the cause of action arose, the ship was in use or intended for use for commercial purposes.
A state is not immune from:
(a) an action in
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