ADMIRALTY-MARITIME-SHIPPING LAW CASES/JUDGMENTS-3

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TITLE MAIN ISSUES
MAREVA COMPANIA NAVIERA SA V. INTERNATIONAL BULKCARRIERS SA

 

ADMIRALTY AND SHIPPING/MARITIME LAW:- Claim for unpaid hire and damages for repudiation of a charterparty – Orders a court may make – Mareva Injunction – Principles and justification
MONTEROSSO SHIPPING CO LTD V. INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT WORKERS’ FEDERATION

 

 

ADMIRALTY AND SHIPPING/MARITIME LAW:- Shipping practices – Agreement for Employment of ships’ crews and designation for worldwide trading at every port – Where made in one jurisdiction (Spain) in English language purportedly with an organization, International Federation of Trade nions based in a different jurisdiction (London) – Applicable law – Relevant considerations
NAAMLOOZE VENNOOTSCHAP HANDELS V.  A.S.J

 

 

ADMIRALTY AND SHIPPING/MARITIME LAW:- Timecharter – Claims arising under several charterparties of steamships – Payment for hire of vessels, the amounts being based on the alleged dead-weight carrying-capacity of the vessels – Overpayment by reason of shortage in capacity of vessel – Mutual mistake of fact – How resolved
NICON V. POWER AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING COMPANY LIMITED

 

 

 

 

 

ADMIRALTY AND SHIPPING/MARITIME LAW:- Shipping contract – Whether can be oral – Whether oral evidence contract can in any case be admissible to vary a written shipping contract or maritime insurance related therewith

ADMIRALTY AND SHIPPING/MARITIME LAW:- Bill of lading – Nature of – How signed – Rule that a bill of lading is not in itself the contract between the ship owner and the shipper of goods though it can be an excellent evidence of its terms –  – Whether contract propping up Bill comes into existence before bill of lading – When terms of a bill can be varied based on oral evidence

SS. KNUTSFORD, LIMITED V. TILLMANNS AND CO.

 

ADMIRALTY AND SHIPPING/MARITIME LAW:- Shipping – Bill of Lading – Construction – “Inaccessible on account of Ice” – “Unsafe in consequence of War, Disturbance or any other Cause” – How construed – Application of the Ejusdem Generis Principle
TRIANA LIMITED V. POLYMAKERS LIMITED

 

 

 

ADMIRALTY AND SHIPPING/MARITIME LAW:- Clearing agent – Nature of agency created with importer of goods– Whether duty extends to  ascertaining that the goods shipped according to the bill of lading were those delivered at the port, that the quantity tally with that indicated on the bill of lading and the safe delivery of the goods to the principal – Liability for shortage of consignment – How determined
UMARCO (NIG) PLC V. JOFABRIS AND ASSOCIATES LTD

 

 

ADMIRALTY AND SHIPPING/MARITIME LAW:- Carriage of Goods by Sea Act- Application of – Extent of – Whether applies to both inward and outward shipments – Section 2, Carriage of Goods by Sea Act – Construction of

 

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