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Lloyd's Law Reports


[1971] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 37


Before Mr. Justice Brandon

Admiralty practice - Action in rem - Motion to set aside or stay - Action in contract and in detinue claiming damages for detention of cargo - Claim for delivery of goods pending in Lebanese Courts - Whether English Court had jurisdiction - Whether cargo action in rem vexatious - Alleged excessive security- Principles to be applied in assessing plaintiff's security in action in rem.

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