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In this update, Walker Morris sets out the latest developments regarding the EU sanctions against Iran.
On 12 January 2014, the ban on the export of unprocessed mineral ores came into effect in Indonesia.
It is a fundamental principle of English law that when assessing damages for breach of contract, any damages awarded should compensate the innocent party for the loss of its contractual bargain.
The Athena was a dispute about the meaning of the familiar NYPE off-hire clause (clause 15).
This paper by Harry Hirst, partner and master mariner at Ince & Co Hong Kong, examines the case against Captain Kulemesin on the narrow channel.
Over recent weeks, the P5 1 have been engaged in discussions with Iran with the aim of reaching an agreement over Iran’s nuclear programme.
This update from Ince & Co highlights recent relevant court decisions that raise points of significance for its readers.
Insurers may find themselves effectively fixed with constructive knowledge of certain information available online and hence unable to rely on policy conditions to decline cover.
SCoTA provides template ’Relevant Standard Specifications’ for various types of coal.
Great Elephant v Trafigura Beheer BV and Others — force majeure, foreseeability and FOB Incoterms download
Ince & Co recently represented Vitol Asia and Vitol SA before the Court of Appeal in the matter of the Crudesky.
This briefing from Ince & Co focuses on three grounds of appeal in Genesis Housing Association Ltd v Liberty Syndicate Management Ltd.
Shipping E-Brief — autumn 2013 download
The autumn 2013 issue of Ince & Co’s Shipping E-Brief is available now.
Issues of contractual commitment and determining when the specification of goods is part of their description download
The court’s latest decision follows the full trial of Proton Energy Group v Orlen Lietuva on the question of whether a binding contract had been concluded between the parties.
The circumstances in which an indorsee of a bill of lading obtains title to sue the carrier download
This case concerns an issue in relation to the application of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1992.
Documents presented under a letter of credit must strictly comply with the requirements of the letter of credit in order for the issuing bank to make payment.
On one level, Standard Chartered Bank v Dorchester LNG(2) Limited concerns a technical issue in relation to the application of s.5(2)(b) of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1992.
The Maritime Labour Convention came into force internationally on 20 August 2013 and within two weeks of port state control having commenced, the first vessel was detained for non-compliance.
Ince & Co has released its latest update on UK anti-corruption measures.
Starting an airline requires entrepreneurs with drive, motivation and vision to turn the idea into a viable reality.
Shipping e-brief — July 2013 download
The July 2013 issue of Ince & Co’s shipping e-brief is available now. It provides information on key legal decisions and developments in shipping and related areas.