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BRITISH TRANSPORT DOCKS BOARD v. THE OWNERS OF THE PROCEEDS OF SALE OF THE STEAMERS OR VESSELS "CHARGER," "PROBE," "VIGIA," "DIDEKI," "SURVEYOR," "CONSTELLATION," "ERROL," AND "REGENCY" AND THE OWNERS OF THE STEAMERS OR VESSELS "VAERAN" AND "PURSUIT" (THE "CHARGER" AND OTHER VESSELS)

Lloyd's Law Reports

BRITISH TRANSPORT DOCKS BOARD v. THE OWNERS OF THE PROCEEDS OF SALE OF THE STEAMERS OR VESSELS "CHARGER," "PROBE," "VIGIA," "DIDEKI," "SURVEYOR," "CONSTELLATION," "ERROL," AND "REGENCY" AND THE OWNERS OF THE STEAMERS OR VESSELS "VAERAN" AND "PURSUIT" (THE "CHARGER" AND OTHER VESSELS)

[1966] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 670

ADMIRALTY DIVISION

Before Mr. Justice Karminski

Admiralty practice - Priorities - Claim by harbour board for dock dues-Rights under Sect. 44 of Harbours, Docks, and Piers Clauses Act, 1847, not exercised by board-Effect on priorities.

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