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"MONTE ULIA" (OWNERS) v. THE "BANCO" AND OTHER VESSELS (OWNERS) (THE "BANCO")

Lloyd's Law Reports

"MONTE ULIA" (OWNERS) v. THE "BANCO" AND OTHER VESSELS (OWNERS) (THE "BANCO")

[1971] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 49

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Lord Denning, M.R., Lord Justice Megaw and Lord Justice Cairns

Admiralty practice-Action in rem-Arrest of vessel - Whether plaintiff entitled only to arrest either vessel concerned with claim or any one other vessel in same ownership- Administration of Justice Act, 1956, sect. 3 (4)1 - Practice of naming sister ships in writ in rem considered - Brussels Convention, 1952. Statute-Construction-Statute passed to enact matters agreed at prior convention-Whether Court entitled to look at convention as aid to construction of statute.

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