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Consent of Charterer to Laytime commencing early
Charterparty-Asbatankvoy Terms-Clauses 5 and 6-Laytime-Notice of Readiness
Terrebonne v. K-Sea Transportation Corporation
Terrebonne v. K-Sea Transportation Corporation, 447 F.3d 271 (5th Cir. 2007).
Tim Jordan v. Shell Offshore Inc
:2007 US Dist. LEXIS 2192
Isen v. Simms
2006 SCC 41, [2006] 2 S.C.R. 349
New Zealand China Clays Ltd and Others v Tasman Orient Line CV
Post Casualty Conduct – Ship’s Master – Conduct – Hague Visby Rules – Article 4
Heilbrunn v Lightwood PLC
Description of the Case: Admiralty jurisdiction in Australia - Meaning of “a claim arising out of an
Case name: Heilbrunn v Lightwood PLC
Description of the Case: Admiralty jurisdiction in Australia
Otal Investments Limited, as owner of the M/V Kariba, for exoneration from or limitation of liabilit
Collision; Application of the Pennsylvania Rule; International Regulations for Preventing Collisions
Eli Lilly Do Brazil, Ltda. v. Federal Express Corporation
Enforcement of a damage limitation clause in a waybill covering the transportation of cargo from Brazil to Japan
UAB Garant v The Ship “Aleksandr Ksenofontov”
The plaintiff was a Lithuanian shipyard and repairer which claimed a substantial sum for repair costs incurred in respect of the defendant ship, together with interest, costs and late payment charges.

C V Scheepvaartondernemning Ankergracht -v- Stemcor (A/sia) Pty Ltd & Tsuda Corporation; [2007] FCA
C V Scheepvaartondernemning Ankergracht -v- Stemcor (A/sia) Pty Ltd & Tsuda Corporation
PNSL Berhad v Dalrymple Marine Services Pty Ltd; PNSL Berhad v The Owners of the Ship ‘Koumala’
Damage to the ship Pernas Arang (the Ship) as a result of a collision with the tug Koumala (the Tug) which was contracted to provide towage services to the Ship.
Responsibility of shipper of combustible industrial bactericide for explosion and fire resulted in c
In re M/V DG Harmony:
Hilditch Pty Ltd v Dorval Kaiun (No 2) [2007] FCA 2014
FCA 2014
Citation: [2008] FCA 551
BHPB Freight Pty Ltd v Cosco Oceania Chartering Pty Ltd
Supreme Court of Spain, Resolution dated 26.11.2007
Ship’s Agent held responsible for cargo damage occurring during sea carriage.
Rail Equipment Leasing Pty Ltd v CV Scheepvaartonderneming Emmagracht
Rail Equipment Leasing Pty Ltd v CV Scheepvaartonderneming Emmagracht
Timberwest Forest Corp. v. Pacific Link Ocean Services Corp Introduction
The plaintiff, Timberwest (“Timberwest”) sued the Defendant, a corporate carrier, Pacific Link Ocean Services Corporation (“Pacific Link”) and various individual defendants for the loss overboard of a
Supreme Court of Spain, Resolution dated 06.06.2008 (“The Clifford Maersk”)
Ship Agent held responsible for loss of cargo
Mazda Canada Inc. v. Mitsui O.S.K Lines Ltd. (the “Cougar Ace”)
Application for Leave to Appeal – Law and Jurisdiction Clause – Marine Liability Act – Forum Non Conveniens
Regal Beloit Corp., et al. v. Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd
Forum Selection Clauses in Intermodal Shipment Under a Through Bill Of Lading - Should COGSA or Carmack Apply to the Inland Shipment
Post Casualty Conduct – Ship’s Master – Conduct – Hague Visby Rules – Article 4 (2) (a) - Cargo Vess
New Zealand China Clays Ltd and Others v Tasman Orient Line CV
Limitation of Liability – Air Transport – Goods – Temperature at which goods were to be transported
Supreme Court of Spain, Resolution dated 18/07/2008
Bobby Kirk v Noble Drilling (U.S.), Inc.
U.S.D.C. – S.D. Mississippi
Charles R. Luckey v Moncla Marine Operations, L.L.C.
U.S.D.C. - E.D. Louisiana.
Miguel Calderon v Reederei Claus-Peter Offen GMBH & Co.
U.S.D.C. – S.D. Florida
Nigel K. Washington v Blanchard Contractors, Inc.
U.S.D.C. – S.D. Texas – Houston Division
Robert F. Leija v Penn Maritime, Inc.
United States District Court, E.D. Louisiana (Civil Division)
Steve Kuithe v Gulf Caribe Maritime, Inc.
U.S.D.C. - S.D. Alabama
Victor Billiot v Cenac Towing Co.
U.S.D.C. –E.D. Louisiana.
The Shipping Corporation of India Ltd v. Jaldhi Overseas Pte Ltd.;
Application of Supplemental Admiralty Rule B to Electronic Fund Transfers (“EFTs”)
Hawknet, Ltd. v. Overseas Shipping Agencies, et al.
Retroactive Effect of Ruling in Shipping Corporation of India Ltd. v. Jaldhi Overseas Pte Ltd. with Respect to Electronic Fund Transfers
Supreme Court of Spain, Resolution dated 06/07/2009 [Majestic K]
What amounts to delay in sea transport – Loss caused due to delay – Incorporation of Charterparty terms
Mercantile Court of Valencia, Resolution dated 1 September 2010
Validity of Jurisdiction Clauses in Spain.