Piracy and Deviation : The first ‘guidance’ on the interpretation of determining the risk required under a CONWARTIME 1993 clause.
Sale of goods on GAFTA terms and conditions. The case involved a rejection of the goods and documents and the issues considered were
whether certificates of quality and condition were final and binding and whether buyers were entitled to reject documents.
An important House of Lords decision determining the extent of damages payable on the late redelivery of a vessel.
Application to set aside English Judgment on a time barred arbitration where enforcement proceedings had been brought in another EU state.
Consideration of giving notice of arbitration by email.
Obligations of a bank when arresting a vessel and consideration of The Myrtos.
Determining extent of cover under a marine policy of insurance.
Establishing extent to which an arbitrator could vary orders and directions.
Establishing the enforcement of an exclusive jurisdiction clause in a bill of lading.
A claim where the cargo was released against forged Bill of Lading and the shipper recovered 100%.
Proceedings to recover a vessel which had been stolen by one of the partners in a joint venture.
Meaning of phrase 'without guarantee'.
Establishing extent of incorporation of arbitration agreement into a charterparty.
Implied terms where cargo released on letter of undertaking.
Leading authority upon indemnity claims against charterers in fishmeal disputes.