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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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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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"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
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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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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
8
International Trade & Commodities Newsletter: In-Short V10
The commodities markets have seen some turmoil over the last 8 months globally.
Worldwide
25 Jan 2019
9
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
10
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
12
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
13
Casualty Notice: "SINCERITY ACE" - Car Carrier Fire
We have received reports that the "SINCERITY ACE ", a 2009 built car carrier flying the Panamanian flag, has caught fire on the 31st December 2018.
UK
7 Jan 2019
14
Casualty Notice: "THEA II"
We have received reports that the "THEA II ", a 1985 built container vessel flying the Cypriot flag, has grounded outside Hull on the 16th December.
UK
28 Dec 2018
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UK Supreme Court Clarifies Burden Of Proof In Cargo Damage Cases Under The Hague Rules
The UK Supreme Court has clarified the nature of the burden of proof upon carriers of goods by sea who seek to rely upon the inherent vice exception under Article IV.2
UK
10 Dec 2018
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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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The Service Of The Claim Form: Relief From Sanctions Refused
The claimant insured a shipowner under a policy of kidnap and ransom insurance for a 30 day voyage.
UK
4 Dec 2018
18
OFAC Fires Shot Across The Bow Of Middle East Shipping Industry
OFAC, together with the US Coast Guard and the US Department of State, has just issued a timely reminder of the risks of shipping petroleum products to Syria and Iran.
United Arab Emirates
28 Nov 2018
19
US Issues An Advisory On "Sanctions Risks Related To Shipping Petroleum To Syria"
On November 20, 2018, OFAC along with the State Department and Coast Guard, issued an extensive advisory on "Sanctions Risks Related to Shipping Petroleum to Syria" (the Advisory).
United States
26 Nov 2018
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A Practical Overview Of The IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap - Part 2
Sulphur Cap Series: Part 2 - Challenges Facing Compliance and Challenges to Enforcement
Worldwide
19 Nov 2018
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