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'''English Commercial Court: Cockerill J: [2019] EWHC 3240 (Comm): 13 November 2019:[[https://www.onlinedmc.co.uk/index.php/MUR_Shipping_v_Louis_Dreyfus_Company_Suisse_-_The_Tiger_Shanghai]]'''
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'''TIME CHARTERPARTY: ALL CLAIMS PRESENTATION TIME BAR CLAUSE: OWNERS REFUSED TO ALLOW CEMENT FEEDER HOLES TO BE DRILLED IN HATCH COVERS: CHARTERERS’ CONTEMPORANEOUS SURVEY REPORT CONCLUDED OWNERS HAD NO GOOD REASONS FOR REFUSAL: REPORT RELIED ON BY CHARTERERS IN ARBITRATION BUT NOT PRESENTED WITHIN THE 12 MONTHS’ TIME BAR: WHETHER CLAIM TIME BARRED FOR WANT OF PRESENTATION OF “ALL AVAILABLE SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS (WHETHER RELATING TO LIABILITY OR QUANTUM OR BOTH)”: ARBITRATION ACT 1996 SECTION 69 APPEAL ON POINTS OF LAW'''
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Latest revision as of 21:44, 12 February 2020

DMC/SandT/20/03

England

MUR Shipping B.V. v Louis Dreyfus Company Suisse S.A. (The “Tiger Shanghai”)

English Commercial Court: Cockerill J: [2019] EWHC 3240 (Comm): 13 November 2019:[[1]]

TIME CHARTERPARTY: ALL CLAIMS PRESENTATION TIME BAR CLAUSE: OWNERS REFUSED TO ALLOW CEMENT FEEDER HOLES TO BE DRILLED IN HATCH COVERS: CHARTERERS’ CONTEMPORANEOUS SURVEY REPORT CONCLUDED OWNERS HAD NO GOOD REASONS FOR REFUSAL: REPORT RELIED ON BY CHARTERERS IN ARBITRATION BUT NOT PRESENTED WITHIN THE 12 MONTHS’ TIME BAR: WHETHER CLAIM TIME BARRED FOR WANT OF PRESENTATION OF “ALL AVAILABLE SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS (WHETHER RELATING TO LIABILITY OR QUANTUM OR BOTH)”: ARBITRATION ACT 1996 SECTION 69 APPEAL ON POINTS OF LAW


DMC/SandT/20/02

England

Quiana Navigation SA v Pacific Gulf Shipping (Singapore) Pte Ltd (The “Caravos Liberty”)

English Commercial Court: Cockerill J: [2019] EWHC 3171 (Comm): 21 November 2019: [[2]]

TIME CHARTERPARTY: WITHDRAWAL OF VESSEL FOR NON-PAYMENT OF HIRE: BIMCO NON-PAYMENT OF HIRE CLAUSE: WHETHER LAWFUL TO WITHDRAW VESSEL FOR NON-PAYMENT OF HIRE THAT FELL DUE ON AN EARLIER DATE: ARBITRATION ACT 1996 SECTION 69 APPEAL ON POINTS OF LAW


DMC/SandT/19/10

England

Eleni Shipping Limited v Transgrain Shipping B.V. (The “Eleni P”):[[3]]

English Commercial Court: Popplewell J: [2019] EWHC 910 (Comm): 10 April 2019

TIME CHARTERPARTY: NYPE 46 FORM: VESSEL CAPTURED BY PIRATES IN THE ARABIAN SEA: WHETHER VESSEL WAS OFF-HIRE: ARBITRATION ACT 1996 SECTION 96 APPEAL ON POINTS OF LAW


DMC/SandT/19/09

England

A v B (The “GA”)

English Commercial Court: Sir Ross Cranston: [2018] EWHC 2325 (Comm): 7 September 2018: [[4]]

TIME CHARTERPARTY: AMENDED SHELLTIME 4 FORM: VLCC OIL TANKER CHARTERED-IN THEN SUB-CHARTERED TO POOL: OIL MAJOR ELIGIBILITY CLAUSE (“OMEC”) BY WHICH VESSEL GUARANTEED AT ALL TIMES (1) TO HAVE A VALID SHIP INSPECTION REPORT (“SIRE”) PROGRAMME REPORT REGISTERED ON THE SIRE SYSTEM AND NOT MORE THAN SIX MONTHS’ OLD, AND (2) TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR BUSINESS FROM AT LEAST FOUR OIL MAJORS: VESSEL BECAME UNEMPLOYABLE DUE TO CRITICAL SIRE REPORT FOLLOWED BY LAPSE OF SIRE REPORT: VESSEL PLACED OFF-HIRE DUE TO BREACH OF GUARANTEES THEN LATER REDELIVERED TO OWNERS: QUANTIFICATION OF CLAIM FOR LOSS AND DAMAGE CAUSED BY BREACHES OF OMEC: WHETHER NET LOSS OF PROFITS AND WASTED COSTS COULD BOTH BE CLAIMED: WHETHER LOSS OF PROFITS DAMAGES WERE TO BE DISCOUNTED ON LOSS OF CHANCE BASIS: ARBITRATION ACT 1996 SECTION 69 APPLICATION TO APPEAL AWARD ON POINTS OF LAW


DMC/SandT/19/08

England

Ark Shipping Company LLC v Silverburn Shipping (IOM) Ltd

English Court of Appeal: Gross LJ, McCombe LJ, Leggatt LJ: 2019 EWCA Civ 1161: 12 July 2019: [[5]]

BARECON 1989 CHARTERPARTY: CHARTERERS’ OBLIGATION TO MAINTAIN THE VESSEL’S CLASS STATUS: WHETHER THIS A CONDITION OR AN INNOMINATE TERM


DMC/SandT/17/08

England

Fulton Shipping Inc v Globalia Business Travel SAU (The “New Flamenco”)

United Kingdom Supreme Court: Neuberger, Mance, Clarke, Sumption and Hodge SCJJ: [2017] UKSC 43: 28 June 2017:[[6]]

TIME CHARTER: REPUDIATION: QUANTUM: WHETHER CREDIT TO BE GIVEN FOR CAPITAL VALUE OF VESSEL SOLD ON REPUDIATION FOR A GREATER SUM THAN VALUE ON CONTRACTUAL REDELIVERY DATE: ARBITRATION ACT 1996 SECTION 69 APPEAL


DMC/SandT/17/07

England

Gard Marine & Energy Ltd v China National Chartering Co Ltd and another/China National Chartering Co Ltd v Gard Marine & Energy Ltd and another/Daiichi Chuo Kisen Kaisha v Gard Marine & Energy Ltd and another (The “Ocean Victory”)

United Kingdom Supreme Court: Mance, Clarke, Sumption, Hodge and Toulson SCJJ: [2017] UKSC 35: 10 May 2017:United Kingdom Supreme Court: Mance, Clarke, Sumption, Hodge and Toulson SCJJ: [2017] UKSC 35: 10 May 2017:[[7]]

DEMISE CHARTERPARTY: TIME CHARTERPARTY: CONTACT WITH BREAKWATER AND GROUNDING AT PORT RESULTING IN CONSTRUCTIVE TOTAL LOSS AND WRECK REMOVAL OF VESSEL: WHETHER LOSS CAUSED BY BREACH OF SAFE PORT UNDERTAKING OR BY AN ABNORMAL OCCURRENCE: WHETHER SUBROGATED RIGHTS OF HULL INSURERS AND INSURED LOSSES OF OWNERS AGAINST DEMISE CHARTERERS PRECLUDED BY DEMISE CHARTERPARTY TERMS: WHETHER TIME CHARTERERS ENTITLED TO LIMIT LIABILITY AGAINST HULL INSURERS AND OWNERS: BARECON 89 FORM: MERCHANT SHIPPING ACT 1995: CONVENTION ON LIMITATION OF LIABILITY FOR MARITIME CLAIMS 1976


DMC/SandT/17/03

England

SPAR SHIPPING AS v GRAND CHINA LOGISTICS HOLDING (GROUP) CO LTD (THE “SPAR CAPELLA”, “SPAR VEGA” AND “SPAR DRACO”)

Court of Appeal; Sir Terence Etherton MR, Gross and Hamblen LJJ; [2016] EWCA Civ 982; 7 October 2016:[[8]]

NYPE 1993 FORM TIME CHARTERPARTY: WHETHER THE CHARTERERS’ DUTY TO PAY HIRE IS A CONDITION OR AN INNOMINATE TERM: WHETHER THE CHARTERERS’ CONDUCT AMOUNTED TO REPUDIATORY BREACH OF THE TIME CHARTER


DMC/SandT/16/06

England

NYK Bulkship (Atlantic) NY v Cargill International SA, The “Global Santosh”

Court; Lords Neuberger, Mance, Clarke, Sumption, Toulson; [2016] UKSC 20; 11 May 2016:[[9]

OFF-HIRE CLAUSE RE DELAY ARISING FROM ARREST OF VESSEL: WHETHER ACTS OF RECEIVERS AND SUB-CHARTERERS WERE TO BE CONSIDERED “DEFAULT OF THE CHARTERERS OR THEIR AGENTS”


DMC/SandT/16/03

England

SBT Star Bulk & Tankers (Germany) GmbH & Co KG v Cosmotrade SA (The “Wehr Trave”)

English Commercial Court: Eder J: [2016] EWHC 583 (Comm): 22 March 2016:[[10]]

TIME CHARTER TRIP: WHETHER THE PARTICULAR TERMS OF THE CHARTER PERMITTED CHARTERERS TO ORDER THE VESSEL TO LOAD A FURTHER CARGO AFTER THE INITIAL CARGO HAD BEEN DISCHARGED: ARBITRATION ACT 1996 SECTION 69 APPEAL


DMC/SandT/16/02

England

Fulton Shipping Inc v Globalia Business Travel SAU (The “New Flamenco”)

English Court of Appeal: Longmore, Christopher Clarke and Sales LLJ: [2015] EWCA Civ 1299: 21 December 2015:[[11]

TIME CHARTER: REPUDIATION: QUANTUM OF DAMAGES: WHETHER CREDIT TO BE GIVEN FOR CAPITAL VALUE OF VESSEL SOLD ON REPUDIATION FOR A GREATER SUM THAN ITS VALUE ON CONTRACTUAL REDELIVERY DATE: ARBITRATION ACT 1996 SECTION 69 APPEAL


DMC/SandT/15/10

England

Maestro Bulk Ltd v Cosco Bulk Carrier Ltd, the “Great Creation”

English High Court; Cooke J; [2014] EWHC 3978 (Comm), 15 December 2014:[[12]]

TIME CHARTERPARTY: UNTIMELY REDELIVERY NOTICES: “BELOW MARKET” FOLLOW-ON FIXTURE: HOW DAMAGES TO BE CALCULATED: MITIGATION


DMC/SandT/15/07

England

Spar Shipping AS v Grand China Logistics Holding (Group) Co., Ltd

English High Court: Queen's Bench Division Commercial Court: [2015] EWHC 718 (Comm): Popplewell J.: 18 March 2015[[13]]

NYPE 1993 FORM TIMECHARTER: FAILURE TO PAY HIRE ON TIME: WHETHER BREACH OF CONDITION: WHETHER BREACH OF AN INNOMINATE TERM: RIGHT TO CLAIM DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF BARGAIN: WHETHER CHARTERER’S CONDUCT AMOUNTED TO REPUDIATORY BREACH OF CONTRACT


DMC/SandT/15/06

England

Gard Marine & Energy Ltd (Respondents/Claimants) v China National Chartering Co. Ltd (Intermediate Charterers) and China National Chartering Co. Ltd v Daiichi Chuo Kisen Kaisha (Charterers/Appellants) - The “Ocean Victory”: [[14]]

English Court of Appeal: Longmore, Gloster and Underhill LJJ: [2015] EWCA Civ 16: 22 January 2015:

SAFE PORT: WHETHER COMBINATION OF ‘LONG WAVE’ SWELL AND A SEVERE GALE AN ‘ABNORMAL OCCURRENCE’: SUBROGATION: WHETHER INSURER OF BOTH PARTIES TO A BARECON CHARTERPARTY MAY SUE AN ASSURED FOR BREACH OF CHARTER


DMC/SandT/15/01

England

NYK Bulkship (Atlantic) NY v Cargill International SA, The “Global Santosh”

Court of Appeal; Gross LJ, Gloster LJ, Sir Burnton; [2014] EWCA Civ 403, 8 April 2014:[[15]]

OFF-HIRE CLAUSE RE DELAY ARISING FROM ARREST OF VESSEL: WHETHER SUB-CHARTERERS AND RECEIVERS WERE ‘AGENTS’ OF THE CHARTERERS: WHETHER THE PERSONAL ACT, OMISSION OR DEFAULT TO WHICH CLAUSE REFERRED MUST HAVE OCCURRED DURING PROVISION OF RELEVANT SERVICES


DMC/SandT/14/15

England

Fulton Shipping Inc v Globalia Business Travel SAU (The “New Flamenco”)

English Commercial Court: Popplewell J: [2014] EWHC 1457 (Comm): 21 May 2014:[[16]]

TIME CHARTER: REPUDIATION: QUANTUM: WHETHER CREDIT TO BE GIVEN FOR CAPITAL VALUE OF VESSEL SOLD ON REPUDIATION FOR A GREATER SUM THAN VALUE ON CONTRACTUAL REDELIVERY DATE: ARBITRATION ACT 1996 SECTION 69 APPEAL


DMC/SandT/14/14

England

Geden Operations Ltd v Dry Bulk Handy Holdings Inc (The “Bulk Uruguay”)

English Commercial Court: Popplewell J: [2014] EWHC 885 (Comm): 28 March 2014[[17]]

TIME CHARTER: ANTICIPATORY REPUDIATORY BREACH: RIGHT TO GIVE VOYAGE ORDERS TO TRANSIT GULF OF ADEN: ARBITRATION ACT 1996 SECTION 69 APPEAL


DMC/SandT/14/05

England

Bulk Ship Union SA v Clipper Bulk Shipping Limited (The "Pearl C")

English High Court: Popplewell J.: 26 June 2012 [2012] 2 Lloyd’s Rep. 533:[[18]]

TIMECHARTER ON NYPE FORM: SLOW STEAMING: WHETHER A BREACH OF ‘UTMOST DESPATCH’ OBLIGATION: WHETHER VESSEL OFF-HIRE BY REASON OF DEFAULT OF MASTER: WHETHER PARTIAL INTERRUPTION IN SERVICE SUFFICIENT TO TRIGGER OFF-HIRE CLAUSE


DMC/SandT/14/01

England

Minerva Navigation Inc v Oceana Shipping AG; Oceana Shipping AG v Transatlantica Commodities S.A. The MV “Athena”

Court of Appeal; Tomlinson, Lewison and Underhill LJJ; [2013] EWCA Civ 1723; 17 July 2013:[[19]]

TIME CHARTER ON NYPE FORM 1946: OFF-HIRE CLAUSE 15: WHETHER “LOSS OF TIME” MEANS NET LOSS OF TIME IN THE SERVICE IMMEDIATELY REQUIRED OR IN THE OVERALL CHARTER SERVICE


DMC/SandT/13/16

England

NYK Bulkship (Atlantic) N.V. v Cargill International S.A., The “Global Santosh”

English High Court; Field J; [2013] EWHC 30 (Comm); 1 February 2013:[[20]]

PERIOD OFF-HIRE CLAUSE COVERING DELAY ARISING FROM DETENTION OR ARREST OF VESSEL: WHETHER SUB-CHARTERERS OR RECEIVERS WERE AGENTS OF THE CHARTERERS: WHETHER DELAY TO VESSEL “OCCASIONED BY” RECEIVERS’ FAILURE TO DISCHARGE WITHIN THE LAYTIME AND/OR TO SECURE SELLERS’ DEMURRAGE CLAIM


DMC/SandT/13/15

England

Greatship (India) Limited v Oceanografia SA de CV (The “Greatship Driti”)

English Commercial Court: Gloster J: [2012] EWHC 3468 (Comm): 5 December 2012:[[21]]

TIME CHARTER: BIMCO SUPPLYTIME 89 FORM: CLAUSE 10(E): RIGHT TO SUSPEND PERFORMANCE FOR FAILURE TO PAY HIRE PUNCTUALLY: WHETHER GRACE PERIOD (ANTI-TECHNICALITY) NOTICE REQUIRED BEFORE EXERCISING RIGHT


DMC/SandT/13/14

England

Minerva Navigation Inc v Oceana Shipping AG; Oceana Shipping AG v Transatlantica Commodities S.A. The MV “Athena”

English High Court; Walker J; [2012] EWHC 3608 (Comm); 13 December 2012:[[22]]

TIMECHARTER ON NYPE FORM 1946: OFF-HIRE CLAUSE 15: WHETHER “LOSS OF TIME” MEANS NET LOSS OF TIME IN THE SERVICE IMMEDIATELY REQUIRED OR IN THE OVERALL CHARTER SERVICE


DMC/SandT/13/10

The Netherlands

Dana Petroleum Netherlands B.V. v Vos Sympathy B.V. The “Vos Sympathy”

Court of Appeal of The Hague: Judges: M.M. Olthof, A.A. Rijperman and R. van der Vlist: 11 December 2012: Case no. 200.079.897/01:[[23]]

SUPPLYTIME 2005 CHARTERPARTY: WHETHER HIMLAYA AND KNOCK FOR KNOCK CLAUSES 'REASONABLE AND FAIR' UNDER DUTCH CIVIL CODE ART.6:248.2


DMC/SandT/13/09

England

White Rosebay Shipping SA v Hong Kong Chain Glory Shipping Limited

English High Court: Queen’s Bench Division: Commercial Court; Teare J; [2013] EWHC 1355 (Comm); 23 May 2013:[[24]]

TIME-CHARTERPARTY: CHARTERERS EVINCING INTENTION NOT TO PERFORM: OWNERS AFFIRMED CHARTERPARTY: WHETHER CHARTERERS’ REPUDIATORY CONDUCT CONTINUED: WHETHER OWNERS SUBSEQUENTLY ENTITLED TO TERMINATE


DMC/SandT/13/07

England

Bunge SA v Kyla Shipping Company Limited - The "Athena"

English High Court; Flaux J; [2012] EWHC 3522 (Comm); 10 December 2012:[[25]]

NYPE 1946 CHARTERPARTY: H&M INSURANCE REQUIRED FOR AGREED FIGURE: CASUALTY REPAIRS EXCEED SHIP’S MARKET VALUE BUT NOT AGREED HULL VALUE: WHETHER CHARTERPARTY FRUSTRATED


DMC/SandT/13/06

England

Kuwait Rocks Co v AMN Bulkcarriers Inc (The “Astra”)

English Commercial Court: Flaux J: [2013] EWHC 865 (Comm): 18 April 2013: [[26]]

TIME CHARTER: WHETHER CHARTERERS’ CONDUCT REPUDIATORY: WHETHER OBLIGATION TO PAY HIRE IS A CONDITION: RIGHT TO CLAIM LOSS OF PROFIT FOR REPUDIATION OR BREACH OF HIRE PAYMENT OBLIGATION


DMC/SandT/13/03

England

Dry Bulk Handy Holding Inc and Compania Sud Americana de Vapores SA v Fayette International Holdings Ltd and Metinvest International SA (The “Bulk Chile”): English Commercial Court: Andrew Smith J: [2012] EWHC 2107 (Comm): 24 July 2012:[[27]]

CHAIN OF CHARTERPARTIES: HEAD TIME CHARTER, SUB-TIME CHARTER, TIME TRIP CHARTER AND VOYAGE CHARTER: OWNERS’ BILLS OF LADING: RIGHT TO INTERVENE IN COLLECTION OF FREIGHT: RIGHT TO LIEN SUB-FREIGHT AND SUB-HIRE: RIGHT TO HIRE OR REASONABLE REMUNERATION FOR COMPLETION OF VOYAGE FOLLOWING TERMINATION OF TIME CHARTER


DMC/SandT/12/21

England

TAOKAS NAVIGATION SA v. KOMROWSKI BULK SHIPPING KG (GMBH & CO); KENT LINE INTERNATIONAL LTD. v. SOLYM CARRIERS LTD THE MV “PAIWAN WISDOM”

English High Court; Teare J; [2012] EWHC 1888 (Comm); 11 July 2012: [[28]]

CONWARTIME 2004: OWNERS’ LIBERTY TO REJECT VOYAGE ORDERS: MATERIAL INCREASE IN RISK BETWEEN CHARTERPARTY DATE AND DATE OF ORDER NOT REQUIRED: CONTRACTUAL INTERPRETATION


DMC/SandT/12/20

England

Petroleo Brasileiro SA v ENE Kos 1 Ltd

United Kingdom Supreme Court: Lords Phillips, Walker, Mance, Clarke and Sumption: [2012] UKSC 17, [2012] 2 WLR 976: 2 May 2012:[[29]]

TIME CHARTERPARTY: SHELLTIME 3 FORM: VESSEL WITHDRAWN FOR NON-PAYMENT OF HIRE WHILST LOADING: LOSS OF USE OF VESSEL: EXPENSES INCURRED IN DISCHARGING CARGO BACK TO SHORE: WHETHER LOSS AND EXPENSE RECOVERABLE UNDER INDEMNITY CLAUSE: WHETHER RECOVERABLE AS RIGHT CORRELATIVE TO DUTY AS BAILEE TO LOOK AFTER GOODS: WHETHER CHARTERERS’ ORDER TO LOAD AN EFFECTIVE CAUSE...


DMC/SandT/12/18

England

EITZEN BULK A/S v. TTMI SARL - THE “BONNIE SMITHWICK”

English High Court; Eder J; [2012] EWHC 202 (Comm); 14 February 2012:[[30]]

SHELLTIME 4: CONTRACTUAL INTERPRETATION: “BUNKERS ON DELIVERY/REDELIVERY” CLAUSE: MEANING OF ‘PRICE ACTUALLY PAID’


DMC/SandT/12/16

England

M.H. Progress Lines SA v Orient Shipping Rotterdam BV and other, The “Genius Star 1”

English Queen’s Court (Commercial Court): Teare J: [2011] EWHC 3083 (Comm), [2012] 1 Lloyd’s Rep 222: 28 November 2011:[[31]]

TIME CHARTERPARTY: SUB-CHARTER: CARGO CLAIM AGAINST SUB-CHARTERER: APPORTIONMENT OF CLAIMS AGAINST CHARTERER AND SHIPOWNER UNDER INTER-CLUB AGREEMENT 1996: DIFFERENT TIME BARS PROVIDED IN HEAD CHARTER AND INTER-CLUB AGREEMENT: APPLICABLE TIME BAR


DMC/SandT/12/14

England

Isabella Shipowner SA v Shagang Shipping Co Ltd (The “Aquafaith”)

English Commercial Court: Cooke J: [2012] EWHC 1077 (Comm): 26 April 2012:[[32]]

TIME CHARTERPARTY: ARBITRATION ACT 1996 SECTION 69 APPEAL: AMENDED NYPE FORM: RULE IN WHITE AND CARTER V MCGREGOR: WHETHER OWNERS OBLIGED TO ACCEPT PREMATURE RE-DELIVERY OF VESSEL BY CHARTERERS


DMC/SandT/12/11

England

Osmium Shipping Corporation v Cargill International SA (The “Captain Stefanos”)

English Commercial Court: Cooke J: [2012] EWHC 571 (Comm): 13 March 2012: [[33]]

TIME CHARTERPARTY: ARBITRATION ACT 1996 SECTION 69 APPEAL: AMENDED NYPE (1946) FORM INCORPORATING CONWARTIME 2004: WHETHER VESSEL WAS OFF-HIRE DURING PERIOD OF HIJACKING BY SOMALI PIRATES: WHETHER RIDER CLAUSE PROVIDING FOR OFF-HIRE DURING “CAPTURE/SEIZURE” WAS QUALIFIED BY THE PHRASE “BY ANY AUTHORITY”: WHETHER CONWARTIME 2004 CLAUSE QUALIFIED OFF-HIRE RIDER CLAUSE


DMC/SandT/12/07

England

Hyundai Merchant Marine Company Limited v Trafigura Beheer BV (The “Gaz Energy”)

English Commercial Court: Flaux J: [2011] EWHC 3108 (Comm): 29 November 2011:[[34]]

TIME CHARTER: SPEED AND PERFORMANCE WARRANTY: PROPER CONSTRUCTION OF CHARTER: WHETHER SPEED AND PERFORMANCE AN “ALL WEATHERS” WARRANTY OR LIMITED TO “MAXIMUM WIND FORCE 4 ON BEAUFORT SCALE”


DMC/SandT/12/04

England

Pacific Basin IHX Limited v Bulkhandling Handymax AS (The “Triton Lark”): English Commercial Court: Teare J: [2011] EWHC 2868 (Comm): 8 November 2011:[[35]]

TIME CHARTER: PIRACY RISKS IN GULF OF ADEN IN 2008: CONWARTIME 1993/2004 CLAUSE: ARBITRATION APPEAL: SECTION 69 OF ARBITRATION ACT 1996: CORRECT TEST FOR ASSESSING RISK OF PIRACY INCIDENT OCCURING FOR PURPOSE OF 1993/2004 CLAUSE: WHETHER OWNERS DEVIATED BY REROUTING VESSEL VIA CAPE OF GOOD HOPE INSTEAD OF GULF OF ADEN


DMC/SandT/11/24

England

Glory Wealth Shipping Pte Limited v Korea Line Corporation

English High Court: Queen’s Bench Division (Commercial Court): Blair J: [2011] EWHC 1819 (Comm): 22 June 2011:[[36]]

TIME CHARTERPARTY: WRONGFUL TERMINATION BY CHARTERERS: ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGES: NO AVAILABLE MARKET FOR BALANCE OF CHARTER PERIOD AT TIME OF TERMINATION: EFFECT OF REVIVAL OF MARKET AT A LATER STAGE


DMC/SandT/11/06

English Commercial Court

Dalwood Marine v Nordana Line A/S, The “Elbrus”; Queen’s Bench Division (Commercial Court): Teare J: [2009] EWHC 3394 (Comm), [2010] 2 All ER (Comm) 802: 21 December 2009:[[37]]

TIME CHARTERPARTY: WRONGFUL EARLY TERMINATION BY CHARTERERS: DAMAGES: WHETHER HIRE EARNED BY SHIPOWNERS IN SUBSTITUTE FIXTURE WHICH EXTENDED BEYOND REMAINDER OF ORIGINAL CHARTER RELEVANT TO ASSESSMENT


DMC/SandT/10/24

England

Zodiac Maritime Agencies Limited v Fortescue Metals Group Limited

Queen’s Bench Division (Commercial Court): David Steel J: [2010] EWHC 903 (Comm): 28 April 2010[[38]]

CONSECUTIVE VOYAGE CHARTERPARTY: WRONGFUL EARLY TERMINATION BY CHARTERER: DAMAGES: WHETHER “AVAILABLE MARKET” WHEN CHARTERPARTY TERMINATED: WHETHER SUBSEQUENT EMERGENCE OF MARKET DURING THE BALANCE OF CHARTER PERIOD RELEVANT TO THE ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGES


DMC/SandT/10/23

England

ENE 1 Kos Limited v Petroleo Brasileiro SA[[39]]

English Court of Appeal (Civil): Longmore and Smith LJJ and Sir Mark Waller: [2010] EWCA Civ 772: 6 July 2010

TIME CHARTERPARTY: SHIP WITHDRAWN FOR NON-PAYMENT OF HIRE WHILST LOADING CARGO: CARGO DISCHARGED BACK TO SHORE TWO DAYS LATER: WHETHER SHIPOWNER COULD CLAIM REMUNERATION AT MARKET RATE FOR STORING THE CARGO DURING THAT PERIOD: WHETHER REMUNERATION DUE UNDER IMPLIED TERM OR AS QUANTUM MERUIT: WHETHER DUE AS RIGHT CORRELATIVE TO DUTY OF LOOKING AFTER GOODS: WHETHER SHIPOWNER COULD RECOVER COSTS OF PROVIDING BAIL BOND


DMC/SandT/10/21

England

Cosco Bulk Carrier Co Ltd v Team-Up Owning Co Ltd – The “Saldanha”[[40]]

English High Court: Gross J.: 11 June 2010 [2010] EWHC 1340 (Comm)

NYPE FORM CHARTERPARTY: PIRACY: WHETHER SHIP OFF-HIRE DURING DETENTION BY PIRATES: AVERAGE ACCIDENTS TO SHIP OR CARGO: DEFAULT OR DEFICIENCY OF MEN: ANY OTHER CAUSE PREVENTING THE FULL WORKING OF THE VESSEL


DMC/SandT/10/20

England

Glory Wealth Shipping Pte Ltd v North China Shipping Limited (M/V “North Prince”)[[41]]

Queen’s Bench Division (Commercial Court): David Steel J: [2010] EWHC 1692 (Comm): 8 July 2010

TIME CHARTERPARTY: WRONGFUL EARLY REDELIVERY OF VESSEL BY SUB-CHARTERER: DAMAGES AS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MARKET RATE OF HIRE AND CONTRACT RATE OF HIRE: DISPONENT SHIPOWNER’S EARLY REDELIVERY OF VESSEL UNDER HEAD CHARTER IRRELEVANT UNLESS CAUSED BY SUB-CHARTERER’S REPUDIATION


DMC/SandT/10/19

English High Court

Omak Maritime Ltd v Mamola Challenger Shipping Co[[42]]

Queen’s Bench Division (Commercial Court): Teare J: [2010] EWHC 2026 (Comm): 4 August 2010

TIME CHARTERPARTY: BREACH OF CONTRACT BY CHARTERER: MARKET RATE OF HIRE HIGHER THAN CONTRACT RATE OF HIRE: SHIPOWNER’S CLAIM FOR WASTED EXPENDITURE: RELATION WITH PRINCIPLE IN ROBINSON V HARMAN


DMC/SandT/10/14

English High Court

Sylvia Shipping Co Limited v Progress Bulk Carriers Limited [[43]]

[2010] EWHC 542 (Comm): English High Court of Justice - Commercial Court; Hamblen J.; 18 March 2010

ARBITRATION APPEAL: TIMECHARTERPARTY: MEASURE OF DAMAGES FOR OWNERS’ BREACH: WHETHER OWNERS LIABLE FOR TIMECHARTERERS’ LOSS OF PROFIT ON CANCELLED SUB-CHARTER