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London Arbitration 10/21

Lloyd's Maritime Law Newsletter

London Arbitration 10/21

Arbitration – Jurisdiction – Respondent objecting to jurisdiction on basis that it was a Russian company in liquidation – Whether tribunal had jurisdiction

The claimants claimed to have supplied bunkers to three of the respondent’s vessels; that all supplies were expressly on the basis of their General Terms and Conditions of Sale (GTCS); and that they had not been paid for those bunkers, as a consequence of which they claimed US$77,048.30 together with interest pursuant to their GTCS, and costs.

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