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    The LMAA Terms revised – LMAA Terms 2017

    21.02.2017 | Shipping

    The London Maritime Arbitrators Association (“LMAA”) has recently published a revised version of its terms of procedure that will become effective in respect of all appointments made on or after 1 May 2017. A revised version of the LMAA Small Claims Procedure (“SCP”) and the LMAA Intermediate Claims Procedure (“ICP”) is now also being circulated.

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    Shipping E-Brief January 2017

    27.01.2017 | Shipping

    The Shipping E-Brief is a quarterly publication providing you with key information on legal decisions and developments in shipping and related business areas.

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    Court of Appeal clarifies who bears burden of proof in inherent vice cases

    26.01.2017 | Shipping

    This Court of Appeal decision clarifies the law in relation to the burden of proof in cargo claims, in particular in cases involving an interplay between a carrier’s obligations under Article III(2) of the Hague Rules to properly and carefully load, carry and care for the cargo and the inherent vice defence.

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    Liability without fault under the Inter-Club Agreement

    26.01.2017 | Shipping

    In a recent decision, the Commercial Court held that the word “act” in the phrase “act or neglect” in Clause 8(d) of the Inter-Club Agreement 1996 ("ICA") meant “any act” rather than “culpable act”.

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    Cross border insolvency: the balancing act of lifting an automatic stay

    26.01.2017 | Shipping

    As an increasing number of shipbuilders, particularly in China and Korea, are facing financial difficulties and the prospect of entering insolvency or rehabilitation proceedings, there is a greater risk that such proceedings could hinder ongoing English Court (or arbitration) proceedings.

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    Package limitation under Hague Rules does not apply to bulk cargo

    26.01.2017 | Shipping

    In a recent cargo damage dispute, the Commercial Court considered whether package limitation under the Hague Rules applies to bulk cargoes and held that it did not. The decision is noteworthy because there is no previous English case-law providing a conclusive answer to this question.

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