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A Sticky Situation: The Sugar Charter Party 1999, "Government Interference" And Force Majeure
The Commercial Court recently handed down a significant judgment on the interpretation of Clause 28 of the Sugar Charter Party 1999 and the effect of "government interference" on the running of laytime.
UK
16 May 2019
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"The Eleni P" – Owners Denied Hire From Hijacked Vessel
The Commercial Court dismissed a shipowners' claim for hire exceeding USD 4.5 million in respect of a period of seven months during which their vessel "The ELENI P"
UK
15 May 2019
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Insurance Post's Motor Insurance Research 2019
The Insurance Post's Motor Insurance Research for 2019 was recently released
UK
9 May 2019
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U.S. Space Force And The Militarisation Of Earth Orbital Space
Yesterday, the Policy Exchange (a leading U.K. think-tank) held the inaugural event of its Space Policy Unit, in Westminster, London
United States
8 May 2019
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Marine Contracts In Saudi Arabia: Local And International Regulation
In January 2019, Saudi Arabia introduced for the first time a bespoke commercial maritime law, indicating the importance of maritime trade and labour to its economy and development plans.
Saudi Arabia
7 May 2019
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Supreme Court: Motor Insurer Not Liable For Fire Damage Caused By Policyholder Repairing Vehicle
The Supreme Court has held that vehicle repairs on private property are not considered 'use' of the vehicle for the purposes of the Road Traffic Act.
UK
8 Apr 2019
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Motor Insurance Directive: Advocate General Gives Opinion On ‘Use Of Vehicles' And Parked Vehicles
Advocate General Bot of the European Court of Justice recently concluded that a property fire caused by an electrical fault in a stationary vehicle parked in a private garage fell within the definition
European Union
28 Mar 2019
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"CMA CGM LIBRA" General Average Defence
In a recent case before the English Admiralty Court, we successfully defended a shipowner's claims for contributions in General Average.
UK
18 Mar 2019
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Qatar Boycott: Restrictions On Maritime Transport Eased?
However, there is still some confusion.
Qatar
4 Mar 2019
10
Cameron: Supreme Court Finds Claimant Not Entitled To Claim Against Unnamed Defendant
In extremely positive news for insurers, the Supreme Court has unanimously allowed the appeal of Liverpool Victoria, finding a claimant is not entitled to bring a claim against an unnamed driver.
UK
27 Feb 2019
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Court Of Appeal Confirms That Air Traffic Control Decisions Amount To "Extraordinary Circumstances"
The Court of Appeal has confirmed in a strong judgment that an air traffic management decision amounts to an extraordinary circumstance within the meaning of Regulation (EC) No.261/2004.
UK
19 Feb 2019
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Saudi Arabia Allowing Shipping Agent Licences To Full Foreign Ownership
The government authorities of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) are collectively working on improving the investment environment, as part of the National Transformation Plan and Vision 2030.
Saudi Arabia
11 Feb 2019
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Road Traffic: High Court Provides Guidance On Liability Apportionment For Collision At A Junction
The High Court recently provided helpful guidance on the issue of liability where a vehicle exiting a minor road had collided with a motorcycle ...
UK
8 Feb 2019
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Sulphur Cap Series: Part 3 - Options Available To Shipping Companies And Associated Funding
The risk when bunkering non-compliant fuel, therefore, remains firmly with owners.
UK
1 Feb 2019
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International Trade & Commodities Newsletter: In-Short V10
The commodities markets have seen some turmoil over the last 8 months globally.
Worldwide
25 Jan 2019
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Review Of Recent GAFTA Contract Amendments
GAFTA have approved the amendment of a number of its standard form contracts, the most significant of which are the removal of the contractual limitation period, or "time bar",
UK
23 Jan 2019
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Motor Claims - 2018 In Review
After the turbulence of 2017, legislative developments in the motor arena moved up a gear in 2018, providing motor insurers and legal representatives with much more certainty for the future in respect of large loss claims, and the volume motor sphere.
UK
21 Jan 2019
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The TASAC Regulations Of 2018
In this briefing, we provide highlights of the Tanzania Shipping Agencies Regulations of 2018 as issued by the Tanzania Shipping.
Tanzania
17 Jan 2019
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Casualty Notice - "YANTIAN EXPRESS" - Fire And Abandoned By Crew
We have received reports that the "YANTIAN EXPRESS ", a 2002 built container vessel flying the German flag, has a significant cargo fire.
UK
10 Jan 2019
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CASUALTY NOTICE: "MSC ZOE" - Loss Of Circa 270 Containers
We have received reports that the "MSC ZOE ", a very large container vessel flying the Panamanian flag, has lost circa 270 containers overboard on the night of the 1st January 2019.
UK
8 Jan 2019
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