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B S And N Ltd (BVI) v Micado Shipping Ltd (Malta) [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 11/22
Charterparty required owner to secure EXXON acceptance certificate within 60 days of charter and to reinstate within 30 days if approval lapsed. Held : Condition giving right to repudiate charter and return vessel. CA 22nd November 2000
by Waller LJ; Rix LJ; Jonathan Parker LJ. Crown Copyright

Bayoil SA v Seawind Tankers Corporation [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 11/22
Whether there was a breach of the warranty of speed of a vessel (held YES) and whether that was covered by exception clause excluding damages (held YES). Commercial Court. 22nd November 2000
by Mr Justice Langley Crown Copyright.

Cero Navigation Corporation v Jean Lion & CIE [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 01/11
Strike Clauses : Demurrage : Once Demurrage always demurrage revisited. Commercial Court. 11th January 2000
by Mr Justice Thomas. Crown Copyright.

Eridania Spa v Oetker [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 06/08
Cargo claim - unseaworthiness - engine break down : time charter and voyage sub charter. Defendant failed to discharge burden of proof. CA. 8th June 2000.
by Waller LJ; Clarke LJ; Sir Murray Stuart-Smith. Crown Copyright

Jones & Co Ltd v Vangemar Shipping Co Ltd \"The Apostolis\" [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 07/11
Fire damage to cargo - demurrage : liability of owner / merchant : causation - welding or stevedores discarding cigarette butt. HVR. CA. 11th July 2000.
by Waller LJ; Laws LJ; Sir Christopher Staughton. Crown Copyright.

Marc Rich Agriculture Trading SA v Agrimex Ltd [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 04/06
Gafta Arbitration : When did dispute crystallise commencement of time for computation of time bar : whether claim time barred and tribunal out of jurisdiction. Commercial Court. 6th April 2000
by Mr Justice Langley: Crown Copyright

Northern Shipping Company v Deutsche Seereederei Gmbh [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 03/03
Dangerous cargo : deck cargo - container : undeclared unstable cargo exploded : liability for loss of vessel. Loss of cargo : loss of life. CA 3rd March 2000
by Auld LJ; Brooke LJ; Hale LJ. Crown Copyright .

Petrotrade Inc v Texaco Ltd [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 05/23
Whether consignment up to standard : oral contract - supplemented by written exchanges : determination of terms of contract. CA. 23rd May 2000.
by Lord Woolf MR; Clarke LJ; Latham LJ. Crown Copyright

Pirelli Cables Ltd v United Thai Shipping Corporation Ltd [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 04/05
Conflicts : Choice of law - Thailand - HVR - Cargo damage. Application for stay to Thailand - implications for HVR time bar. Commercial Court. 5th April 2000.
by Mr Justice Langley: Crown Copyright

Rey Banano del Pacifico CA v Transportes Navieros Ecuatorianos [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 02/24
Voyage charterparty : grounding : competency of crew : charts and maps : cargo worthiness. Cargo claim by charterer and cargo owners. Bills of lading & HVR. Commercial Court. 24th February 2000
by Mr Justice Langley Crown Copyright.

Scindia Steamship Navigation Co Ltd Bombay v Nippon Yusen Kaisha Ltd [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 03/28
If a vessel is prevented by a port authority from discharging damaged cargo and ordered off berth until security is provided for the cost of storing that cargo in or removing it from the port, has the vessel been detained and who is responsible for providing the security? These questions arise under the terms of a time charter on an amended 1946 NYPE form between the Appellant owners and the Respondent charterers on appeal from Rix J, who allowed an appeal from arbitrators. Both parties say the questions are of importance because the NYPE form is used extensively. Rix Js judgment upheld. CA. 28th March 2000.
by Henry LJ; Brooke LJ; Tuckey LJ. Crown Copyright

Southampton Cargo Handling Plc v Lotus Cars Ltd [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 07/31
Theft of Lotus Car pre-shipment : liability as bailee of Dock facilities operators pursuant to a received for shipment bill of lading. Stevedores not liable never having taken possession or responsibility for care of the goods awaiting shipment. CA. 31st July 2000.
by Peter Gibson LJ; Chadwick LJ; Rix LJ. Crown Copyright.

Standard Chartered Bank v Pakistan National Shipping Corp [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 07/27
False date in bill of lading : Liability of owner to confirming bank. Non-conforming documents. CA 27th July 2000.
by Aldous LJ; Ward LJ; Sir Anthony Evans. Crown Copyright.

Tradigrain SA v King Diamond Marine Ltd \"The Spiros C\" [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 07/13
1. Is a shipper liable under his bill of lading contract with a shipowner to pay that owner freight \"payable as per\" a charter when freight under that charter has already been paid by the time when the shipowner demands payment to himself? 2. Is a shipowner entitled to demand payment to himself of freight under his bill of lading when that contract stipulates for payment to another party? 3. Is there an implied term in every bill of lading, in the absence of contrary provision, that the shipper will discharge the goods and will do so in a reasonable time? CA. 13th July 2000.
by Henry LJ; Brooke LJ; Rix LJ. Crown Copyright.

United Arab Shipping v Galleon Industrial Ltd [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 12/18
Delivery to consignee without production of bill of lading : consignee had not paid on endorsement and not entitled to receive cargo : English Law - option of UAE or England jurisdiction. Conflicts - world wide freezing order against Lebanese proceedings. Commercial Court. 18th December 2000
by Mr. Justice Moore-Bick. Crown Copyright

Whistler International Limited v. Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Limited [2000] Int.Com.L.R. 12/07
Utmost dispatch and deviation from the normal route under a time charter-party : employment of vessel. House of Lords 7th December 2000.
by Lords Bingham ; Nicholls ; Hope ; Hobhouse . Parliamentary Copyright.

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