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    Dathlu Diwrnod Santes Dwynwen: Wedyn a Nawr

    24.01.2020 |Family & matrimonial

    Os yr ydych yn ddigon lwcus i fod wedi cwympo mewn cariad yn barod, neu yn mynd i yfory, neu pryd bynnag yn y dyfodol, dymunaf pob dymuniad hapus i’r dyfodol, a gobeithio bydd y rhamant yn parhau i’r ddau ohonoch.

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    Celebrating St Dwynwen’s Day: Then & Now

    24.01.2020 |Family & matrimonial

    25th January is St Dwynwen’s Day; which is celebrated in Wales in the same way as St Valentine’s Day is celebrated throughout the world, through the exchange of flowers and cards, romantic meals and special time spent by the couple together.

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    Shipping E-Brief - January 2020

    17.01.2020 |Maritime

    The Shipping E-Brief is a regular publication providing you with key information on legal decisions and developments in shipping and related business areas. Our January 2020 edition of the Shipping E-Brief is full of articles dealing with topical shipping issues.

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    Dying without a will – minor changes to the rules

    17.01.2020 |Wills & succession planning

    Under UK law if you die without having made a will then the Government has, essentially, made one for you. This is called dying intestate and these are the statutory intestacy rules. As of 6 February 2020 there will be minor changes to these rules.

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    The Artful Dodger

    14.01.2020 |Compliance

    According to the National Crime Agency, money laundering costs the UK more than £100 billion a year.

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    Court clarifies what is a vessel’s “usual and customary route”

    13.01.2020 |Maritime

    In the context of a demurrage claim the Court, amongst other things, had to consider whether the route taken by the Vessel amounted to a breach of the charterparty. While the Court ultimately found against the Owners (albeit on a different point), its judgment helpfully clarifies the legal test for determining a vessel’s “usual and customary route”.

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    Out of Time, Out of Luck? Not Always! – Demurrage Time Bar Clauses

    09.01.2020 |Maritime

    Following an unsuccessful summary judgment application by the Charterers, the Owners’ demurrage claim was held not to be time-barred under a charterparty time bar provision.

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    Settlement at mediation – handle with care

    24.12.2019 |Real estate litigation

    In June 2019, David Quinn, a Managing Associate in our Property Litigation team, acted for the successful Claimants in the High Court case of Abberley and others v Abberley (2019) EWHC 1564 (Ch).

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