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The case concerned a serious injury to Dr Kathleen Feest, which occurred whilst she was a passenger on a rigid inflatable boat, the “Celtic…
In relation to delays in loading caused by the destruction of an intended loading berth, what approach will the courts take in construing an…
Further to Tokio Marine & Fire Insurance Co v Retla Steamship Co, there comes a decision interpreting the "Retla" when included in a bill of lading.
Where there are different claim time limits in the same charterparty, which limit should the parties adhere to?
In a berth charter, can a laytime exclusion – here a strike preventing loading or discharging – rescue charterers from a demurrage claim?