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Marine News - November 2017
Cyber-attacks and data breaches pose a serious threat to corporations. Recently, there have been a number of high profile attacks, perhaps the most notable of which for the marine industry ...
Worldwide
1 Dec 2017
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The "MOSCOW STARS" – Charterers Challenge Court's Power To Sell Cargo In Arbitration Dispute
In a recent case, the High Court was asked to determine the scope of the court's jurisdiction to sell cargo, an issue which was pertinent to an arbitration dispute over unpaid hire and other outstanding sums.
UK
29 Nov 2017
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The "RENOS" – High Court Clarifies Approach To CTL Calculations
The "RENOS" was on a laden passage along the Egyptian coast when a fire broke out in the engine room.
UK
27 Jul 2016
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Is The Meaning Of Laytime "Always Accessible"?
Voyage charterparties sometimes contain a promise on the part of charterers that, upon arrival at the loading or discharging port, the vessel will be able to proceed directly to berth.
UK
6 Mar 2013
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Binding Guarantees By Exchange Of E-Mail
Owners are often faced with charterers who insist that the contracting party to a charterparty is one of their associated companies.
UK
29 Oct 2012
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