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By Richard Williams of Ince & Co., LondonWhen a vessel is involved in an incident a number of different types of claim ... )Loss of or damage to cargo carried on Ship B USD 900 (N.B. The "package" limit does not apply to this claim as Ship ... (3)10/20 (USD 1,000 divided by USD 2,000) x USD 1,000 = USD 500Global limit: USD 1,000[N.B. Scenario A has been introduced firstly

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, Hong Kong, London, Miami and Athens. The conferences have been well attended by Members and we hope they have found them

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of Pollution from Ships, London, 1973/78.

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The amended International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, London, 1974 (SOLAS) requirements concerning were adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) in 1994 and entered into force on 1st January 1998. As from this date, must be carried on board all types of ships engaged in the carriage of all cargoes other

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in this article have been provided by the London solicitors Barlow Lyde & Gilbert.Even allowing for some inevitable variations

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, in accordance with an understanding between the International Group of P&I Clubs and London property underwriters, usually pay 50 ... contract. Lloyd’s Open Form refers to arbitration in London.Practical Experiences with SCOPIC In general, Gard’s experience ... issue No. 161.11  See for instance United States v. Blaha, 889 F2d 422, 1989 AMC 2705, (2d Cir. 1989). 12  The UK made

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standard marine insurance policy used in the London market by both Lloyd’s and companies.2 Kastor Navigation Co Ltd & Another v

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Resolution Journal in about 1995.Yours sincerely,R. F. OlsenConstant & Constant Solicitors, London

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By Mark Ball, London Offshore ConsultantsWhy should the extent and cost of repairing damage to a ship and a fixed or floating object in case of contact be so unequal? Mark Ball, a chartered civil engineer specialising in maritime works at London Offshore Consultants, explains why.Over the years, Gard has seen many cases involving damage to a fixed or floating

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London Convention comes into force The 1996 Protocol to the Convention on the Prevention of Marine Pollution by Dumping of Wastes and Other Matter, 1972 (London Convention) entered into force internationally on 24th March 20061 and in Spain on 31st

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., London, Professor Ola M. Johannessen from the Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center, Bergen, José Maura from the International Oil Pollution Compensation Funds, London and Arne K. Jørgensen from the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association, Oslo

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The Court of Appeal in London has recently had to decide the above question in relation to a time charter for seven years that was terminated early by the charterers.1The factsThe vessel was let to charterers in 1998 for a period of seven years, but in breach of charter the charterers sought to redeliver the vessel in December 2001. It was not disputed

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Gard News 191, August/October 2008

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Gard News 191, August/October 2008

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Gard News 191, August/October 2008

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Gard News 192, November 2008/January 2009

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Gard News 192, November 2008/January 2009

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Gard News 192, November 2008/January 2009

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Gard News 192, November 2008/January 2009

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Gard News 195, August/October 2009