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Extending Time For Performance? Consider The Markets!
This was a dispute arising out of a contract of affreightment. The Court awarded the Owners damages for breach of the COA.
UK
29 Mar 2015
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Who Pays The Suez Canal Fees?
This was an appeal from an arbitration award on a point of construction in relation to the wording of an addendum to a charterparty.
UK
13 Feb 2015
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Does A Vessel Arrested For A Claim Under A Sale Contract Remain On-Hire?
Time charterers, Cargill, withheld hire from disponent owners, NYK, pursuant to a period off-hire clause in a time trip charter on amended NYPE terms.
UK
11 Apr 2013
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Test For Net Loss Of Time Under NYPE Off-Hire Clause
The dispute in this case arose out of the vessel’s failure to proceed immediately to her new discharge port when ordered to do so by the charterers.
UK
4 Jan 2013
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Arbitration Tribunal Decides Deadfreight And Despatch Claims
The disputes in this arbitration related to claims for deadfreight and despatch under a voyage charterparty for the carriage of iron ore.
UK
4 Oct 2012
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Liability For Demurrage Under A "Liner Out" Voyage Charter: Construing The Provisions Of A Voyage Charterparty
This arbitration concerned owners' claim for loss of time due to delay in obtaining a berth at the port of discharge.
UK
4 Oct 2012
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SHELLTIME 4: What Is The "Price Actually Paid" For Bunkers Under Clause 15?
In common with many disputes that have gone to court or arbitration in the past three years, this one took place against the background of the financial crisis in late 2008 when the market for both charter rates and bunker prices dropped considerably.
UK
19 Apr 2012
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Unpaid Bunker Suppliers Free To Pursue Their Maritime Lien Against Owners In The US
Under English conflict of laws rules, recognition of a right to enforce a maritime lien is a matter to be determined by the lex fori (the law of the place where the action is heard).
UK
15 Dec 2010
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GAFTA 49 and FOB Sale Contract – Court of Appeal Construes "Readiness to Load"
In a classic FOB sale contract, the risk of loss or damage to the goods passes from the sellers to the buyers on the loading of the goods onto the vessel chartered by the buyers.
UK
21 Oct 2010
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Commercial Court Rules On Scope Of London Arbitration Clause In Bill Of Lading
Louis Dreyfus Commodities Kenya Limited ("LDCK") were named as the shipper of 5,000 tonnes of grain under a bill of lading dated 10 March 2007 ("the Bill of Lading").
UK
7 Oct 2010
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Measure of Damages Recoverable for Anticipatory Repudiatory Breach of Sale Contract
G was the buyer and T the seller under a contract dated 6 March 2008 on fob terms for the sale of a cargo of Nigerian Ukpotiki crude oil.
UK
30 Apr 2010
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