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IMO2020 And Bunkers: JVs Turning Challenges Into Opportunities
The implementation on 1 January 2020 of the global sulphur cap on marine fuels is expected to give rise to potential opportunities and risks in relation
UK
13 Sep 2019
2
Scrubbers And Fuel Profit Share Clauses
From 1 January 2020, Regulation 14 of MARPOL Annex VI provides that the sulphur content in fuel oil used on board ships shall be reduced from a maximum limit of 3.5% to a maximum limit of 0.5%.
UK
10 Sep 2019
3
Scrubbers And Fuel Profit Share Clauses
From 1 January 2020, Regulation 14 of MARPOL Annex VI provides that the sulphur content in fuel oil used on board ships shall be reduced
UK
9 Sep 2019
4
The Application Of Hague Rules Time Limits To Charterparty Claims
It is not uncommon for the Hague or Hague-Visby Rules to be incorporated into charterparties through the use of a Clause Paramount
UK
6 Sep 2019
5
The "ELIN" – Deck Cargo And Exclusion Clauses
The recent case of Aprile SPA v Elin Maritime Ltd ("The Elin")1 relates to a shipowners' ability under English law to exclude their liability for loss
UK
5 Aug 2019
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Charterers Liable For Demurrage Despite Invalid NOR
A recently reported arbitration, London Arbitration 13/19, is a cautionary tale for charterers, and highlights the manner in which a defective Notice of Readiness could
UK
5 Aug 2019
7
Regulatory Update – All Set For Change?
With the maritime industry facing significant changes in its regulatory landscape in the coming years, it is important that maritime sector
UK
5 Aug 2019
8
Automation And Digitisation In Shipping: A Lack Of Standardisation And Regulation?
The shipping industry has recently seen a large number of exciting and futuristic proposals for automated and digital innovations.
UK
5 Aug 2019
9
Marine News - July 2019
Welcome to our marine newsletter for July 2019.
Worldwide
5 Aug 2019
10
Cargo Delivery By Port Authority - Dilemma Resolved
Liaoning High Court recently issued a judgment ending a six-year legal battle over a consignment of iron ore stored in Dalian Port.
China
5 Aug 2019
11
Saudi Arabia Officially Introduces First Bespoke Maritime Law
The ambition and projects set out in Vision 2030 to make Saudi Arabia a logistics and maritime hub necessitated the expansion and regulation of the maritime industry.
Saudi Arabia
10 Jul 2019
12
Amendments To The Tanzania Shipping Agencies Act 2017
In this updater, we review the amendments to the Tanzania Shipping Agencies Act 2017 (the Act), as implemented by the Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) (No.3) Act 2019.
Tanzania
10 Jul 2019
13
Shipping Update - Significant Marine Market Response To Attacks Off Fujairah
In a response to attacks on four vessels off Fujairah on 12 May, the Joint War Committee (comprising representatives involved in writing marine hull war business in both the Lloyd's and IUA company markets)
Oman
17 Jun 2019
14
The Greater Bay Area: A Marine And Trade Perspective
The Greater Bay Area ("GBA") is China's ambitious plan to integrate Hong Kong and Macau with nine urban areas in the neighbouring province of Guangdong.
Hong Kong
12 Jun 2019
15
The Establishment Of The Land Transport Regulatory Authority
In this briefing, we outline the highlights of the Land Transport Regulatory Authority Act No. 3 of 2019 (the LATRA Act) which came into force on 29 April 2019 via the Land Transport Regulatory
UK
27 May 2019
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Release Of Cargo Without Production Of The Original Bill Of Lading In Brazil – A Successful Defence
Under the Chinese Maritime Code, a carrier is strictly obliged to deliver cargo against the production of the original Bill of Lading, and it is, therefore, usually very difficult to defend a claim
China
27 May 2019
17
A Sticky Situation: The Sugar Charter Party 1999, "Government Interference" And Force Majeure
The Commercial Court recently handed down a significant judgment on the interpretation of Clause 28 of the Sugar Charter Party 1999 and the effect of "government interference" on the running of laytime.
UK
16 May 2019
18
"The Eleni P" – Owners Denied Hire From Hijacked Vessel
The Commercial Court dismissed a shipowners' claim for hire exceeding USD 4.5 million in respect of a period of seven months during which their vessel "The ELENI P"
UK
15 May 2019
19
Marine Contracts In Saudi Arabia: Local And International Regulation
In January 2019, Saudi Arabia introduced for the first time a bespoke commercial maritime law, indicating the importance of maritime trade and labour to its economy and development plans.
Saudi Arabia
7 May 2019
20
"CMA CGM LIBRA" General Average Defence
In a recent case before the English Admiralty Court, we successfully defended a shipowner's claims for contributions in General Average.
UK
18 Mar 2019
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