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MERKUR ISLAND SHIPPING CORPORATION v. LAUGHTON SHAW AND LEWIS (THE "HOEGH APAPA")

Lloyd's Law Reports

MERKUR ISLAND SHIPPING CORPORATION v. LAUGHTON SHAW AND LEWIS (THE "HOEGH APAPA")

[1983] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 154

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Sir John Donaldson, M.R., Lord Justice O'Connor and Lord Justice Dillon

Practice - Trade union dispute - Vessel prevented from sailing - Injunction granted to lift blacking - Owners claimed damages for deliberate interference with time charter and with owners' trade and business - Whether trade union entitled to immunity - Whether writ disclosed cause of action at common law - Trade Union and Labour Relations Act, 1974, s. 13 - Employment Act, 1980, s. 17.

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