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Trade And Commodities Trends In Singapore
Leon Alexander, Clyde & Co's Singapore-based Trade & Commodities Partner speaks about what trends he's seeing in the market
Singapore
15 Nov 2017
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The Supreme Court Decision In OW Bunkers – When A Sale Of Goods Is Not A Sale Of Goods
In May 2016 the Supreme Court of England & Wales gave judgment in an OW Bunkers test case entitled "Res Cogitans".
UK
20 Dec 2016
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The Year In Review 2016
Welcome to the Marine and Trade end-of-year review. We are pleased to present below a roundup of articles, authored by our Asia Pacific Marine & Trade team...
Worldwide
19 Dec 2016
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Hanjin Shipping Rehabilitation – Changes To The Rehabilitation Timetable
It has been just over two months since one of South Korea's largest shipowners and operators, Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd ("Hanjin"), applied for court rehabilitation.
South Korea
21 Nov 2016
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International Trade & Commodities Newsletter: In-Short V5
Welcome to the fifth edition of In-Short. In this issue we look at what Singapore offers global trading organisations.
Worldwide
14 Sep 2016
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Singapore: A Leading Commodities Trading Hub
Located in the centre of South East Asia and with a population of 5.5 million people, Singapore has established itself as a leading global commodities hub.
Singapore
14 Sep 2016
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Hanjin Shipping Rehabilitation – What You Need To Know
As you may be aware, one of South Korea's largest shipowners, Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd ("Hanjin"), has applied for court rehabilitation in Korea.
UK
7 Sep 2016
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OW Bunker A Global Overview
The spate of litigation worldwide following the collapse of OW Bunker ("OW") has continued to progress in recent weeks as ship owners look to protect themselves from the risk of double payment...
Worldwide
2 Aug 2016
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OW Bunker A Global Overview: Singapore
In Singapore, a decision relating to the various parties' competing interests was given by the former Attorney General, Mr Justice Steven Chong, in July 2015
Singapore
1 Aug 2016
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Trafigura V Taci Oil International – Court Reviews Sale Agreement
In a decision dated 16 December 2015, the English High Court considered whether there was sufficient clarity in an agreement allowing for delayed payment of gasoil.
UK
7 Apr 2016
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The Discharge Of Cargo In The PRC Without Original Bills Of Lading
On occasions, a vessel may arrive at a port and be ready to discharge but the original bills of lading in respect of the cargo have not passed through the banking chain to the ultimate receivers.
China
9 Nov 2015
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Kassiopi Maritime Co. Ltd. v Fal Shipping Co. Ltd [2015] EWHC 318 (Comm)
This case is a clear reminder to Owners and Sellers of the risks of failing to adequately support their demurrage claims within the stipulated time limits.
Worldwide
28 May 2015
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New Decision: Is Failure To Pay Hire A Breach Of Condition?
A discussion on a recent judgment in relation to a case which considered whether a charterers' failure to pay hire is a breach of a condition which entitles owners to cancel the charter, and claim damages for the unperformed part.
UK
9 May 2013
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Speed & Performance - Discrepancies Between Ships' Data And Independent Weather Bureaus
In the current climate, we are seeing increasing attempts by charterers to withhold hire on the basis that the vessel did not meet its contractual performance warranty.
UK
6 Mar 2013
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Owners’ Remedies On Repudiation Of A Time Charter
In Isabella Shipowner SA v Shagang Shipping Co Ltd (The "AQUAFAITH") [2012] the Court held that the rule in White & Carter (Councils) Ltd v McGregor [1962] does apply to time charters.
UK
1 Nov 2012
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Voyage Charterparties: Court Of Appeal Clarifies Strike Exceptions To Laytime
On 19 June, the Court of Appeal handed down judgment in the case of "Carboex v Louis Dreyfus Commodities Suisse" [2012].
UK
7 Aug 2012
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