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UNION TRANSPORT PLC. v. CONTINENTAL LINES S.A. AND CONTI LINES S.A. (TRADING AS CROSS AM LINES)

Lloyd's Law Reports

UNION TRANSPORT PLC. v. CONTINENTAL LINES S.A. AND CONTI LINES S.A. (TRADING AS CROSS AM LINES)

[1992] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 229

HOUSE OF LORDS

Before Lord Keith of Kinkel, Lord Ackner Lord Goff of Chieveley, Lord Jauncey of Tullichettle and Lord Lowry

Practice - Jurisdiction - Failure to nominate vessel - Whether place of performance London - Whether action should have been brought in country of defendants’ domicile - Whether service of writ should be set aside - Whether Court had jurisdiction - Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act, 1982, Schedule 1, art. 5(1).

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