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THE “MAERSK KARACHI”

Lloyd's Law Reports Plus

THE “MAERSK KARACHI”

[2020] Lloyd's Rep. Plus 57

QUEEN’S BENCH DIVISION (COMMERCIAL COURT)

Before Sir Michael Burton (sitting as a Judge of the High Court)

Admiralty practice – Pleadings – Cargo damaged by fire following hot works on vessel – Claimant cargo interests alleging unseaworthiness on basis that defendants’ systems for dealing with hot work were faulty – Defendants applying for summary judgment on basis that “faulty systems” claim had no real prospect of success – Relevance of possibility that additional material might become available prior to trial – Whether defendants entitled to summary judgment – CPR Part 24.

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