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SPILIADA MARITIME CORPORATION v. CANSULEX LTD. (THE “SPILIADA”)

Lloyd's Law Reports

SPILIADA MARITIME CORPORATION v. CANSULEX LTD. (THE “SPILIADA”)

[1987] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 1

HOUSE OF LORDS

Before Lord Keith of Kinkel Lord Templeman, Lord Griffiths, Lord Mackay of Clashfern and Lord Goff of Chieveley

Practice - Application to set aside - Forum non conveniens - Plaintiffs brought action in England alleging damage to vessel caused by wet sulphur cargo - Whether action should have been brought in British Columbia - Whether British Columbian time bar should be taken into account - Whether application to set aside should be granted.

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