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SHELL INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM CO. LTD. v. CARYL ANTONY VAUGHAN GIBBS (THE "SALEM")

Lloyd's Law Reports

SHELL INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM CO. LTD. v. CARYL ANTONY VAUGHAN GIBBS (THE "SALEM")

[1982] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 369

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Lord Denning, M.R., Lord Justice Kerr and Lord Justice May

Insurance (Marine) - Perils of the sea - Takings at sea - Cargo of crude oil insured for voyage from Persian Gulf to Europe - Part of cargo discharged in South Africa - Vessel scuttled in Atlantic - Whether loss of cargo caused by barratry, perils of the sea or takings at sea - Whether loss total or partial - Whether cargo-owners could recover under policy.

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