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Relevance Of Sub-Sale Contract In Assessing Damages For Non-Delivery
The Court of Appeal has considered when the market measure of damages will be displaced in cases of non-delivery of goods.
UK
10 Oct 2018
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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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Demurrage Time Bar: Crucial To Comply With Documentary Requirements
In this case, the vessel Owners failed to provide the Charterers with all documents in support of their demurrage claim within the 90-day time period provided under the charterparty.
UK
23 Mar 2015
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Court Finds Payment Of Charter Hire Is Not A Condition: Astra Not Followed
The Court also considered issues concerning repudiatory breach, the validity of the charterparty guarantees and assessment of damages for repudiatory breach of charter.
UK
23 Mar 2015
5
Rectification: When What Is Written On Paper Does Not Reflect The "True Agreement"
When a contract does not reflect the common intention of the parties, equitable relief can be sought from the Court for the contract to be rectified.
UK
23 Mar 2015
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Court Of Appeal Confirms Construction Of In-Transit Loss Clause In Voyage Charterparty
The Court of Appeal has recently confirmed the meaning of the expression "in-transit loss" ("ITL") in a voyage charterparty.
UK
23 Feb 2015
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English Court Clarifies What Law Governs Procedure Applied In Hong Kong Arbitration
A recent Commercial Court decision considered the position when a contract provides for the law of one jurisdiction to be applicable, but for the arbitration to take place outside that jurisdiction.
UK
18 Feb 2015
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Beware The Pitfalls Of Inconsistent Dispute Resolution Clauses
Parties should be very careful to ensure that no competing dispute resolution clauses are contained in the same contract.
UK
13 Feb 2015
9
Court Grants Anti-Suit Injunction In Respect Of Some But Not All Cargo Claims
This dispute related to cargo claims brought under three bills of lading. One issue was whether the claims were subject to London arbitration and/or English court proceedings and/or Moroccan court proceedings.
UK
13 Feb 2015
10
Delayed Delivery: The Right To Cancel Shipbuilding Contracts
A recent decision in the Commercial Court offers helpful guidance to both shipyards and buyers facing and considering possible cancellations of shipbuilding contracts due to delayed delivery.
UK
13 Feb 2015
11
When An English Jurisdiction Clause In A Bill Of Lading Will Be Deemed Exclusive
Hin-Pro, a Hong Kong freight forwarder, alleged that the carrier, CSAV, wrongly delivered cargo without production of original bills of lading in various ports in Venezuela.
UK
13 Feb 2015
12
Court Sets Aside Arbitration Award For Serious Irregularity
This case is a rare example of a successful challenge to an arbitration award on the ground of serious irregularity under section 68 of the Arbitration Act 1996 (the "Act").
UK
13 Feb 2015
13
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
14
Unprofitable Contracts In A Volatile Market – Is There Any Escape?
In June 2014, Brent Crude Oil was trading at prices of around US$115 per barrel, with average prices having remained in triple digits for most of the preceding three years.
UK
29 Jan 2015
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English Commercial Court Enforces Obligation To Resolve Disputes By Friendly Discussion Prior To Arbitration
The English courts have previously grappled with the extent to which agreements to negotiate are unenforceable.
UK
19 Nov 2014
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BIMCO’s New Charterparty Clause For Electronic Bills Of Lading
Is momentum growing for the wider adoption of electronic bills of lading? Is BIMCO's new electronic bills of lading clause for charterparties a big step forward?
UK
13 Nov 2014
17
Can A LNG Cargo Be Injurious To The Vessel?
The Court was asked to consider the meaning of the words "injurious to the Vessel" in a time charter provision that was in the terms of clause 28 of the standard Shelltime form.
UK
13 Nov 2014
18
Implied Duty Of Cooperation In Shipbuilding And Offshore Construction Contracts – A Change In The Law?
It is common to provide expressly in a construction contract for the ways in which the parties will cooperate with one another.
UK
13 Nov 2014
19
Commercial Court Confirms Traditional Understanding Of "As Is Where Is" In Ship Sale And Purchase Contract
It will be recalled that in the case of Dalmare SPA v. Union Maritime Ltd (Union Power), the Commercial Court expressed the surprising and contentious view that the words "as is where is" were likely not sufficient to exclude from a sale contract the implied terms of satisfactory quality and fitness for purpose under s.14 Sale of Goods Act 1979.
UK
11 Nov 2014
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Does A LOU Arbitration Agreement For The Underlying Cargo Claim Completely Replace The Bill Of Lading Arbitration Clause?
In the context of cargo claims brought under four bills of lading, the Commercial Court has recently considered whether an arbitration provision in a Club Letter of Undertaking had entirely replaced the arbitration agreement in the bills of lading.
UK
7 Nov 2014
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