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Geographical Deviation And The Hague/Hague-Visby Rules
In international sea carriage, deviation from the usual geographic route has traditionally deprived the carrier of the rights and defences (including time bar) available under the Hague and Hague-Visby Rules.
UK
17 Oct 2018
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"BALTIC STRAIT" – Who Is Entitled To Sue For "Full Damages" In Respect Of Cargo Damage?
It is not unusual for a seller of goods to raise a credit note to their buyer, in respect of goods that are received in a damaged condition, as a result of the failure ...
UK
17 Jul 2018
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All Risks – No Cover For Non-Existent Cargo
Last month a decision was handed down in the matter of Englehart CTP (US) LLC v Lloyd's Syndicate 1221 in relation to marine cargo insurance and the scope of all risks insurance.
UK
14 May 2018
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Package Or Unit Limitation Under The Hague-Visby Rules
In the "Maersk Tangier" [2018] EWCA Civ 778, the Court of Appeal has issued a leading judgment (upholding the decision of the Commercial Court) ...
UK
19 Apr 2018
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Package Or Unit Limitation Under The Hague-Visby Rules
In a landmark judgment handed down this week, the Commercial Court has decided what constitutes a 'unit' for the purposes of limitation under Article IV Rule 5 of the Hague Rules and the Hague-Visby Rules.
UK
25 Apr 2017
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2017 Revisions To The LMAA Terms Of Arbitration
On 7 February 2017, the London Maritime Arbitrators Association ("LMAA") published their latest revisions to the LMAA Terms, the "ICP" and the "SCP", collectively the "LMAA Rules".
UK
28 Feb 2017
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Container Demurrage – When The Clock Stops Ticking
A decision of the Court of Appeal in August 2016 has provided clarification on a question which has been troubling carriers and cargo interests alike – when assessing container demurrage claims...
UK
7 Nov 2016
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The "GOLDEN ENDURANCE" – Court Considers Anti-Suit Injunction Against Moroccan Proceedings
Despite there being a number of blank sections within the charterparty, it was held that none of these were significant enough to suggest insufficient consensus for there to be a contract.
UK
17 Feb 2015
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Shipping And Insurance Update – Piracy
Is a vessel, or cargo, lost immediately when it is captured by pirates? This and other issues relevant to piracy and the payment of ransom have been considered recently by the Court of Appeal in Masefield v Amlin [2011] EWCA Civ 24.
UK
24 Feb 2011
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Shipping And Insurance Update Piracy
The recent decision in Masefield v Amlin [2010] EWHC 280 (Comm) has given useful guidance regarding a number of issues that have been concerning shipowners, cargo owners and their insurers arising from the piracy problem off Somalia.
UK
8 Mar 2010
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