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This article highlights some of the more significant changes brought about by the relevant amendments to the German Commercial Code.
The relevant charterparty wording did not allow for NORs to be validly served by email.
Could owners be liable for conversion by retaining bunkers on board the vessel after withdrawal? download
The Federal Court of Australia recently considered whether head owners could be liable to disponent owners for conversion or detinue as a result of retaining bunkers on board the vessel after lawful withdrawal from the head charter.
This Commercial Court decision is of practical importance because there appears to be no previous authority on one of the principal points considered.
This briefing focuses on Metall Market OOO v Vitorio Shipping Company Limited (Lehmann Timber)  EWCA Civ 650.
Ince recently represented cargo interests in English High Court proceedings in which ship owners sought to constitute a tonnage limitation fund.
Mr Justice Teare recently handed down his decision in Bank of Scotland Plc v The Owners of the M/V Union Gold.
A Court of Appeal judgment illustrates the difficulty faced by an innocent party in deciding whether and when its counterparty’s breach becomes sufficiently serious as to entitle it to terminate the contract and claim damages.
Enforceability of English arbitration agreements and a cautionary tale on safe registration in China
Decision in the case Beijing Jianlong Heavy Industry Group v Golden Ocean Group Ltd and others  EWHC 1063 (Comm).
Fortune Plum: Commercial Court confirms owners’ affirmation of charterparty does not prevent later acceptance of continuing renunciatory breach
Case highlights the difficulties faced by a ship owner in deciding whether his charterer has evinced an intention not to perform the charterparty.
At the 65th session of the MEPC, one of the items on the agenda was the revised MARPOL Annex V, which came into force on 1 January this year.
Traditionally, English law does not recognise a general duty of good faith applicable to contracts (with certain limited exceptions, such as insurance contracts).
A recent judgment highlights the importance of obtaining any indemnities/guarantees on a back-to-back basis throughout the charterparty chain.
The Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) will enter into force internationally on 20 August 2013.
Ince & Co has published the April 2013 edition of its International Trade and Commodities Legal Update.
The Astra: single hire default entitles owners to withdraw and claim loss of profit for remaining charter period
A Commercial Court judge has decided that a failure to pay hire under an NYPE charterparty amounts to a breach of condition, entitling a ship-owner to terminate and seek damages.
Time charterer Cargill withheld hire from disponent owners NYK pursuant to a period off-hire clause in a time trip charter on amended NYPE terms.
The Court of Appeal has upheld the Commercial Court decision that a ship-owner is entitled to redirect the payment of freight due under bills of lading and separately rely on a charterparty lien on sub-freights.
The Commercial Court has considered the circumstances in which a term may be implied into a contract as a result of a course of dealing between parties.
This article is intended to address some of the concerns relating to the amendments to MARPOL Annex V.