An arbitration took place between shipowner and voyage charterer to resolve disputes under the charterparty. On the second day of the hearing the owner sought to amend his Points of Claim by alleging that the..
- The vessel Golden Ann
was time-chartered to Daiichi Chuo Kisen Kaisha under the NYPE form and was sub-let under three further charters. All four charters contained an arbitration clause.
While loading a cargo at Durham..
- The Amoco Cadiz
, a VLCC of 230,000 deadweight tons, was owned by Amoco Transport Company (“Transport”) and operated by the Amoco International Oil Company (“AIOC”). Transport was indirectly owned by the Standard Oil Company..
An explosion occurred aboard the vessel Alchemist
, carrying chemicals from the United States to Antwerp. One of the chemicals, GAA, had suddenly and explosively polymerized for reasons unknown. Extensive damage was caused to the ship,..
SPC time-chartered numerous vessels from MOC to transport Alaska North Slope oil to various continental U.S. ports. The charters were on the Texacotime 2 form. SPC claimed $3,066,309 “deadfreight” for alleged shortloading of cargo on..
The Lanasa Bambino
, a shrimping vessel, left Key West, Florida, headed for the Dry Tortugas. Area weather conditions were good. No major storms or high seas were reported. The vessel sailed in a seaworthy condition,..
The vessel had discharged cargo on completion of her final voyage under a time charter. The charterparty provided that redelivery was to take place on dropping outward pilot. The charterers maintained they had a claim..
The vessel was time-chartered under the NYPE form which provided for disputes to be determined by arbitration in London. Standard Clause 18 provided that the charterers were not to:
suffer, nor permit to be continued, any..
The vessel Achillet
was chartered to carry a cargo of gasoline and gasoil from Rotterdam to West Africa. She loaded, 12,200 tons of gasoline at one terminal then shifted to the Matex terminal across the..
The plaintiffs manufactured and distributed asphalt products. In 1979 they purchased a tug, and in 1980 they purchased a barge with the object of moving asphalt from greater distances to the Toronto area market. In..
Eiger Booming Ltd. owned the vessel Winder 4135
. A mortgage of $13,000 was granted on the vessel in favour of the plaintiff Federal Business Development Bank (“the Bank”). Some $8,300 of worker’s compensation assessments became..
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