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Former Vessel Owner Not Liable To Ship-Source Oil Pollution Fund
This case has important implications for commercial transactions that involve the purchase and sale of ships
Canada
6 Mar 2019
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B.C.'s Bitumen Blockade: Selected Legal Options Available To Producers And Shippers
Recently, the Government of British Columbia released an announcement to consider a series of proposed measures to restrict the shipment of diluted bitumen from Alberta oil sands operations...
Canada
7 Feb 2018
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Arrested Development: Ship Released From Arrest Despite Pending Appeal
In Platypus Marine, Inc. v. TATU (TATU), the Federal Court of Canada (Court) ordered that the defendant ship be released from arrest because there was no outstanding judgment.
Canada
21 Jul 2017
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"Strong, Secured, Engaged": Canada Issues Its Long-Term Defence Policy
On June 7, 2017, the federal government unveiled its new defence policy, outlining its plan to increase the annual defence budget by 73 per cent over the next decade, from C$18.9-billion in...
Canada
16 Jun 2017
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B.C. Court Confirms Powerful Maritime Arrest Is Widely Available In Disputes Involving Maritime Assets
In Avina v. Sea Senor, the British Columbia Supreme Court upheld the arrest of the ship, Sea Senor, in a dispute between the two shareholders of the company that owns the Vessel.
Canada
7 Jun 2016
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Freeze, Ship – You’re Under Arrest: Former Warship Now Underwater Following Court Order
The Federal Court ordered that a former Royal Canadian Navy destroyer be released from arrest before trial, without bail, so the ship could be sunk by its owner to create an artificial reef near Vancouver.
Canada
10 Apr 2015
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Canada Submits Revised GATS Offer
To further the GATS negotiations, revised market access offers have been made by Canada and other WTO members. It remains to be seen whether the persuasiveness of these revised offers will achieve a binding undertaking among members before the next ministerial conference in December — the outlook is not promising.
Canada
 
12 Sep 2005
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