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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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The Bunga Melati 5 – The Saga Ends
The saga began when Equatorial Marine Fuel Management Services Pte Ltd (the "Plaintiff") commenced an in rem action against the Bunga Melati 5 which was a ship belonging to MISC Berhad.
Singapore
13 Jun 2016
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When Is A Contract For The Sale Of Goods Not A Contract For The Sale Of Goods?
The office of an interpleading suit is not to protect a party against a double liability, but against double vexation in respect of one liability.
Singapore
4 Apr 2016
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The "Xin Chang Shu" – Malice Inferred
In a judgment that must serve as a model of clarity, Steven Chong J explained why justice demanded that the plaintiff had to compensate the defendant for its act in arresting the defendant's vessel.
Singapore
19 Feb 2016
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Appealing To The Singapore Court Of Appeal: Beware The Procedural Pitfalls
Two recent cases highlight the need for care when considering an appeal from the High Court to the Court of Appeal.
Singapore
19 Feb 2016
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The Chem Orchid: Proper Termination Of A Bareboat Charter Party
The recent decision of Justice Steven Chong addresses certain important issues which are of practical significance to ship-owners and bareboat charterers alike.
Singapore
17 Feb 2016
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