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London Arbitration 21/22

Lloyd's Maritime Law Newsletter

London Arbitration 21/22

Charterparty – Jurisdiction – Separate Operational Agreement between charterer and owner’s parent company – Claims by owner for hire and other sums – Whether owner’s claims arose under charterparty or Operational Agreement

In March 2011 the claimant owner entered into a time charterparty with the respondent charterer for the hiring of a vessel. The charterparty contained an arbitration clause covering all disputes arising out of or in connection with the charterparty. At around the same time the charterer entered into a sub-charter. Subsequently an Operational Agreement was entered into between the charterer and the owner’s parent company in respect of the sub-charter.

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