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Cargo Delivery By Port Authority - Dilemma Resolved
Liaoning High Court recently issued a judgment ending a six-year legal battle over a consignment of iron ore stored in Dalian Port.
China
5 Aug 2019
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Release Of Cargo Without Production Of The Original Bill Of Lading In Brazil – A Successful Defence
Under the Chinese Maritime Code, a carrier is strictly obliged to deliver cargo against the production of the original Bill of Lading, and it is, therefore, usually very difficult to defend a claim
China
27 May 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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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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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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Purchase Of Vessels Via Online Judicial Auction In China - A Foreign Buyer's Guide
You may be aware that Taobao is a renowned online shopping website in China, like e-bay in the US, but would you ever imagine that you could purchase a cargo vessel, by way of judicial auction, on Taobao?
China
29 Nov 2017
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Arrest And Security For Foreign Court Proceedings – Clearing The Air On The Eurohope (Chinese)
新加坡高等法院在 "The Eurohope"([2017] SGHC 218) 案中(以下简称"Eurohope")认定,当扣船的唯一目的是为境外法院诉讼程序提供担保,扣船将构成"滥用程序",新加坡法院
China
21 Nov 2017
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Arrest And Security For Foreign Court Proceedings – Clearing The Air On The Eurohope
In The Eurohope there was a charterparty containing an exclusive jurisdiction clause in favour of the High Court of London.
UK
21 Nov 2017
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STOP PRESS - The "OCEAN VICTORY" UK Supreme Court Ruling (Chinese)
关于航运界关注度很高的"Ocean Victory"一案,英国最高院今天终于下达了终审判决(Gard Marine and Energy Limited v China National Chartering Company Limited and Daiichi Chuo Kisen Kaisha (2017))。
Worldwide
17 May 2017
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Hanjin Shipping Rehabilitation – Changes To The Rehabilitation Timetable
It has been just over two months since one of South Korea's largest shipowners and operators, Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd ("Hanjin"), applied for court rehabilitation.
South Korea
21 Nov 2016
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Marine News: October 2016
Quarterly updates form the marine sector. 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.
UK
7 Nov 2016
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Hanjin Shipping - Current Jurisdictional Status And Options - China
The Chinese Maritime Courts are not obliged to recognise and/or enforce foreign courts' orders, therefore Hanjin's creditors could still arrest Hanjin-related vessels in China...
China
7 Oct 2016
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Hanjin Shipping Rehabilitation – What You Need To Know
As you may be aware, one of South Korea's largest shipowners, Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd ("Hanjin"), has applied for court rehabilitation in Korea.
UK
7 Sep 2016
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OW Bunker A Global Overview
The spate of litigation worldwide following the collapse of OW Bunker ("OW") has continued to progress in recent weeks as ship owners look to protect themselves from the risk of double payment...
Worldwide
2 Aug 2016
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OW Bunker A Global Overview: China
Under Chinese law, a claim for unpaid bunkers cannot be secured by a maritime lien.
China
1 Aug 2016
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Legal Implications For The Offshore Storage Of Oil
In 2015, tanker rates soared to their highest amidst a surge of bookings following the drastic drop in oil prices.
UK
25 Jul 2016
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The Chinese Maritime Code
The Supreme Court of China recently delivered a ruling on the application of Chapter 9 of the Chinese Maritime Code (CMC) to contracts for salvage based on pre-agreed emergency response tariff rates (Pre-agreed Rates Salvage).
China
20 Jul 2016
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Spliethoff's Bevrachtingskantoor BV v Bank Of China Ltd (2015)
The case of Spliethoff's Bevrachtingskantoor BV v Bank of China Ltd (2015) concerned two refund guarantees for two hulls (38 and 39) built for Spliethoff's Bevrachtingskantoor BV (SBV), the Claimant.
China
6 Jan 2016
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MERS: Potential Charterparty Implications
South Korea's current outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) has been the focus of much international attention.
UK
17 Jun 2015
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Ship Arrest In China – Increased Clarity From The Supreme People’s Court
On 28 February 2015, the Supreme People’s Court of PRC published the Regulations on Certain Issues Concerning the Application of Law Relating to Arrest and Auction of Ships.
China
19 Mar 2015
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