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Enforcing A Bank's Right Under A Pledged Bill Of Lading
This case provides assurance to trade finance banks in relation to their rights under pledged bills of lading in a typical trade finance transaction.
Singapore
21 Aug 2019
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Registration Of Shipowners' Liens As Charges (Diablo Saga And Companies (Amendment) Act 2018) – Impact On Banking Transactions
Maritime charterparties usually provide that, in the event of non-payment by the charterer, a shipowner can by way of a shipowner's lien claim payment of sub-hire or sub-freight due to the charterer from a third party sub-charterer.
Singapore
29 Aug 2018
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Singapore Apex Court To Issue Grounds Of Decision Clarifying The Juridical Nature Of Shipping Liens Over Sub-Freights
On 5 March 2018, a five-member Court of Appeal (comprising the Honourable Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon and the Honourable Judges of Appeal Andrew Phang Boon Leong, Judith Prakash, Steven Chong and Tay Yong Kwang) ...
Singapore
12 Apr 2018
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Singapore High Court Considers The Nature Of A Shipowner's Lien On Sub-Freights
The Singapore High Court considered for the first time the juridical nature of a contractual lien on sub-freights.
Singapore
7 Aug 2017
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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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