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ST SHIPPING AND TRANSPORT PTE LTD v SPACE SHIPPING LTD (THE “CV STEALTH”) (NO 2)

Lloyd's Law Reports

ST SHIPPING AND TRANSPORT PTE LTD v SPACE SHIPPING LTD (THE “CV STEALTH”) (NO 2)

[2018] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 276

QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION((COMMERCIAL COURT))

Before Mr Justice Popplewell

Arbitration – Vessel subjected to prolonged detention by Venezuelan courts – Arbitrator making interim award determining that detention was caused by charterers’ employment order – Arbitrator making subsequent award in respect of owners’ continuing losses – Whether arbitrator applied wrong legal test for causation – Whether events since initial award broke chain of causation – Whether arbitrator erred in making deduction for drydocking expenses potentially saved.

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