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Hague Rules Time Limit Applies To Misdelivery Claims
In conclusion, therefore, the shipper's claim for misdelivery was time-barred.
UK
19 Oct 2018
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Court Finds Payment Of Charter Hire Is Not A Condition: Astra Not Followed
The Court also considered issues concerning repudiatory breach, the validity of the charterparty guarantees and assessment of damages for repudiatory breach of charter.
UK
23 Mar 2015
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EU v. IMO: Whose Emissions Legislation Will Prevail?
As the EU and IMO emissions regulation legislation looks set to diverge even further, one owner fights back in the European Court of Justice.
European Union
22 Apr 2014
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Contractual Pitfalls Relating To The Ballast Water Management Convention
With the Ballast Water Management Convention 2004 likely to enter into force in the near future, the industry has understandably been focused on meeting its practical requirements.
UK
7 Feb 2014
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Could Owners Be Liable For Conversion By Retaining Bunkers On Board The Vessel After Withdrawal?
The Federal Court of Australia recently considered whether, as a matter of English law, Head Owners could be liable to Disponent Owners for conversion or detinue as a result of retaining bunkers on board the vessel after lawful withdrawal from the head charter.
UK
2 Jul 2013
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The Astra: Single Hire Default Entitles Owners To Withdraw And Claim Loss Of Profit For Remaining Charter Period
A discussion on a recent decision, where the Commercial Court judge has decided that a failure to pay hire under an NYPE charterparty amounts to a breach of condition, entitling a ship-owner to terminate and seek damages.
UK
24 Apr 2013
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Who Bears The Burden Of Proving The Cause Of Cargo Damage?
Where goods are shown to have been loaded in good condition and discharged in damaged condition, it is well established that it is for the carrier to establish that the loss was sustained through a cause for which it is not responsible.
UK
21 Feb 2011
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Switching Bills - The Rights of The Original Consignee
It is clear that owners will be taking considerable risks where new bills of lading are issued without surrender of the original set.
UK
22 Jul 2010
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