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Enforcing A Bank's Right Under A Pledged Bill Of Lading
This case provides assurance to trade finance banks in relation to their rights under pledged bills of lading in a typical trade finance transaction.
Singapore
21 Aug 2019
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Starboard: Demise Charters And The Creation Of A Paper Reality
The recent case of The "Mount Apo" and the "Hanjin Ras Laffan" [2019] SGHC 57 brings to mind difficulties that may sometimes be encountered in proving the factual and legal status of a bareboat
Singapore
9 May 2019
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Insights From The Airline Economics Growth Frontiers Korea 2019 Conference
Matthew Leigh, an aviation finance partner in our Singapore office, led the Commercial Aviation Banking Panel at the Airline Economics Conference in Seoul at the end of March.
Singapore
25 Apr 2019
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Singapore To Implement 1996 Protocol To The Convention On Limitation Of Liability For Maritime Claims Of 1976
Singapore will soon be implementing the 1996 Protocol to the Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims of 1976, following the passing of the Merchant Shipping Bill.
Singapore
12 Apr 2019
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The "Long Bright": Can An Arresting Party Freely Release An Arrested Vessel?
The Singapore High Court held in The "Long Bright" [2018] SGHC 216 that where the court has ordered the sale of an arrested vessel.
Singapore
10 Dec 2018
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From Property Surveying To Claims Assessments: The Innovative Ways Insurers Are Utilising Drones
An area of drone use which is starting to be discussed more is their use by insurers to further understand the risks that they write and respond to claims.
Singapore
14 Nov 2018
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Companies Amendment Bill 2018: Shipowner's Lien No Longer Requires Registration
The Companies (Amendment) Bill 2018 was passed by the parliament of Singapore on 6 August 2018.
Singapore
16 Sep 2018
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Registration Of Shipowners' Liens As Charges (Diablo Saga And Companies (Amendment) Act 2018) – Impact On Banking Transactions
Maritime charterparties usually provide that, in the event of non-payment by the charterer, a shipowner can by way of a shipowner's lien claim payment of sub-hire or sub-freight due to the charterer from a third party sub-charterer.
Singapore
29 Aug 2018
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PDPC Issues Advisory Guidelines On In-Vehicle Recordings By Transport Services For Hire
On April 9, 2018, the PDPC issued new advisory guidelines on in-vehicle recordings by transport services for hire.
Singapore
13 Jul 2018
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Singapore Apex Court To Issue Grounds Of Decision Clarifying The Juridical Nature Of Shipping Liens Over Sub-Freights
On 5 March 2018, a five-member Court of Appeal (comprising the Honourable Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon and the Honourable Judges of Appeal Andrew Phang Boon Leong, Judith Prakash, Steven Chong and Tay Yong Kwang) ...
Singapore
12 Apr 2018
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Otto Marine Limited Placed Under Judicial Management
Otto Marine Limited has obtained approval from the Singapore High Court to be placed under judicial management.
Singapore
22 Mar 2018
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Singapore Launches An Ambitious Blueprint To Drive Singapore Port As The Future Global Maritime Hub
On 12 January 2018, Singapore's Minister of State for Transport, Lam Pin Min, launched Singapore's new "Sea Transport Industry Transformation Map."
Singapore
14 Mar 2018
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Protecting Your Lien On Sub-Freight And Sub-Hire – Practical Guidance
The vast majority of charter parties will include in their terms a lien clause which confers on the owner a lien over sub-freight (and sometimes sub-hire), for any amounts due to the owner under the head charter party.
Singapore
8 Dec 2017
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Arrest And Security For Foreign Court Proceedings: Clearing The Air On The "EUROHOPE"
The Singapore High Court has held in the case of the "EUROHOPE" (2017) SGHC 218 that a Singapore court would not allow a ship arrest if the sole purpose of the arrest ...
Singapore
1 Dec 2017
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Singapore High Court Considers The Nature Of A Shipowner's Lien On Sub-Freights
The Singapore High Court considered for the first time the juridical nature of a contractual lien on sub-freights.
Singapore
7 Aug 2017
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Judicial Sale Of Ships – Order Of Priorities And Lessons For Mortgagees
The proceeds of a judicial sale of a ship are normally paid according to the following order:
Singapore
18 Jul 2017
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Mis-Delivery Claims In Relation To Cargo Discharged Against LOIs
This year, many of our clients have faced claims arising out of the delivery of cargo without production of the original bills of lading and against letters of indemnity ("LOIs").
Singapore
20 Dec 2016
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Unpaid Freight – A Claim In Debt Or A Claim In Damages?
In the recent case of D'Amico Shipping Italia SPA v Endofa DMCC & Anor (2016), the Commercial Court looked at the issue of when freight is payable as a debt.
Singapore
7 Nov 2016
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Hanjin Shipping - Current Jurisdictional Status And Options - Singapore
In a landmark judgment on 9 September 2016, the High Court of Singapore exercised its inherent jurisdiction to grant, on an ex parte basis...
Singapore
7 Oct 2016
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Interim Recognition Of Hanjin Shipping's Rehabilitation Proceedings In Singapore
In a landmark judgment on 9 September 2016, the High Court of Singapore exercised its inherent jurisdiction to grant, on an ex parte basis...
Singapore
20 Sep 2016
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