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Lloyd's Law Reports


[1983] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 1


Before Lord Diplock, Lord Keith of Kinkel, Lord Roskill, Lord Brandon of Oakbrook and Lord Brightman

Admiralty practice - Stay of action - Exclusive jurisdiction clause - Damage to cargo - Bill of lading provided for all disputes to be brought before Court in Amsterdam - Whether clause valid - Whether dispute strongly connected with England - Whether Hague-Visby Rules applicable - Whether English action should be stayed - Carriage of Goods by Sea Act, 1971.

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