Shipping E-brief March 2021
The Shipping E-Brief is a publication providing you with key information on legal decisions and developments in shipping and related business areas.
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Insights / Supreme Court collides with navigational rules
19-02-2021 / Maritime
Evergreen Marine (UK) Limited v. Nautical Challenge Ltd (Ever Smart c/w Alexandra I)  UKSC 6
Insights / Cargo in “apparent good order and condition”: an invitation or representation?
12-02-2021 / Maritime
Noble Chartering Inc v. Priminds Shipping Hong Kong Co Ltd (Tai Prize)  EWCA Civ 87
Insights / Court considers whether vessel remained on hire during period of arrest – what a difference a word makes
17-03-2021 / Maritime
Navision Shipping A/S v. Precious Pearls Ltd and Conti Lines Shipping NV v. Navision Shipping A/S (m.v. Mookda Naree)  EWHC 558 (Comm)
Insights / Court implies term into hire provision to give it business efficacy
19-03-2021 / Maritime
Regal Seas Maritime SA v. Oldendorff Carriers GmbH (New Hydra)  EWHC 566 (Comm)
Insights / Seeing double? Legal considerations for granting an “anti-anti-suit injunction”
25-02-2021 / Maritime
Specialised Vessel Services Limited v. MOP Marine Nigeria Limited (SVS Cochrane)  EWHC 333 (Comm)
Insights / New rules on witness evidence: is your statement compliant?
15-02-2021 / Maritime
Significant changes to the rules governing the preparation of witness statements will come into force on 6 April 2021. They will apply, with a few exceptions, to all trial witness statements signed on or after that date in Business and Property Court proceedings, although they will not apply to Admiralty Court proceedings until at the earliest 1 October 2020.
Insights / Court declines to imply term on additional security into guarantees
18-03-2021 / Maritime
CVLC Three Carrier Corp and another v. Arab Maritime Petroleum Transport Company  EWHC 551 (Comm)
Insights / UAE ratifies the 1996 Protocol to LLMC 1976
16-02-2021 / Maritime
On 10 October 1957, the International Convention relating to the Limitation of the Liability of Owners of Sea-Going Ships was signed in Brussels (the “Brussels Convention”). On 19 November 1976, the Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims Convention 1976 (the “LLMC”) was signed in London, addressing some of the pitfalls in the Brussels Convention. The LLMC continues to be the “base” Convention regulating shipowners’ ability to limit liability in certain circumstances.
Insights / Anti-suit injunctions: delay at your peril!
08-02-2021 / Maritime
A v. B (MV Star Moira)  EWHC 3657 (Comm)