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that the following persons should be elected to the Committee:Katsuyuki Totoki, Sanko Steamship Co., TokyoAxel Eitzen, Tschudi & Eitzen A

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Ishii of Navix Line Limited, Tokyo and Stephen Pan of Worldwide Shipping, Singapore.

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, Tschudi & Eitzen A/S, Oslo,Katsuyuki Totoki, The Sanko Steamship Co. Ltd., Tokyo,Shinichiro Yamashita, Navix Line Ltd., Tokyo ... Martens, Bergesen d.y. AS, Oslo.The Meeting noted that the following persons were retiring from the Committee and Executive ... Ishii, Navix Line Ltd., Tokyo, Sadao Kawai, The Sanko Steamship Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Dieter Ostendorf, Aug. Bolten Wm. Miller’s

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English lawLimitation of liability for unauthorised deck stowage - An updateAn article in Gard News issue No. 1681 reported on the English Commercial Court decision in the KAPITAN PETKO VOIVODA case,2 dealing with limitation of liability in cases of unauthorised deck stowage. The claimant cargo interests issued an appeal against the decision of the Commercia

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Representatives from the Tokyo office of Assuranceforeningen Gard and the Hong Kong office of Gard Services have recently attended a naming ceremony in Japan.Mr Toyoo Mohri of Gard P&I Japan and Far East, Tokyo and Mr Julian Lister of Gard Services (HK) Ltd were privileged to be invited by the vessels’ London agents, Levant Maritime Company Ltd, a wholly

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The number of yachts riding “piggy back” on cargo ships is increasing steadily.Photo courtesy of Bull Sworn Marine Surveyors S.L. More transportation on deckMotor and sailing yachts do not always cross the oceans on their own keel – they are more and more often riding on the deck of cargo vessels. These yachts may be new or used, but are usually expensive an

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, there has certainly been a rush to meet the deadline. In the period from July to September 1998 the Paris and Tokyo Memoranda ... the Paris MOU and 3.6 per cent under the Tokyo MOU. In the results of the two campaigns the following non-conformities were

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In two recent incidents reported to Gard by a survey company, surveyors have been attacked by guard dogs kept on board ships. Both incidents were serious. The incidents occurred in China and Mexico. The surveyor attacked in China had to be hospitalised.Members and other readers are reminded of the risk involved in having guard dogs on board. Whether the dogs

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. Ltd. of Tokyo, the "Hill Harmony" (LMLN 480, 31 March 1998).The case involved appeals against two arbitration awards, one

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is a graduate of Tokyo Merchant Marine University and is a qualified Master Mariner. Per Fersnes has retired from his position

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Gard News 191, August/October 2008


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Limited (ITOPF). The 2005 award was given to NYK Line on 19th May 2005 in Tokyo, Japan. The Japanese company’s focus on environmental issues was triggered by an oil spill from one of their vessels in Tokyo Bay about eight years ago. Since that time

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, Navix Line Limited, TokyoStephen Pan, World-Wide Shipping Agency (S) Pte. Ltd., Singapore.

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.The then Tokyo High Court dismissed the Bank’s claim and determined that due to the characters of the time charterparties between ... the decision on the "KAISHO MARU" as above, and came to the same conclusion as the above-mentioned Tokyo High Court in the "KOYO ... .Both the then Tokyo High Court on 13th December 1935 and further the Supreme Court held, as against or different from the interpretation

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Changes aheadAt its meeting in Tokyo on 25th October 1999 the Gard Committee decided that the Administration should enter into good faith and exclusive negotiations with the objective of establishing a joint management company to manage both Assuranceforeningen Gard and the marine and energy activities of the new Nordic company "if.. AB."If we succeed

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Most readers will probably find that the clear and unambiguous printed bill of lading clause quoted below leaves little room for argument insofar as liability for loss of deck cargo is concerned. The clause reads as follows:"…Goods stowed on deck shall be at all times and in every respect at the risk of the Shipper/Consignee. The Carrier shall in no circumst

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the Asia-Pacific countries concluded a Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control which is known as the Tokyo MOU. By the beginning of 1996 the following countries had signed the Tokyo MOU: Australia, Canada, People’s Republic of China, Fiji, Hong ... Secretariat is based in Tokyo and its regional data base is provided and operated by Canada.The Agreement is modelled on the Paris

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BelgiumCarriage of containers on deck Generally deck stowage of cargo will be "unauthorised" and the carrier will be liable for loss of or damage to the goods resulting from the deck stowage unless there is a custom of the trade or port of loading to stow the specific goods on deck for the voyage in question, or unless there is an express agreement with the

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the proposal.An example of this problem would be a Japanese pilot handling a VLCC in Tokyo Bay with five tugs attached and dozens