Articles - Maritime Law

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Published in Articles - Maritime Law Written by May 14 2018 0

R E G I S T R A T I O N    O F    I N D I A N    S H I P S 

1 A ship entitled to fly the flag of a country needs to be registered in that country. The object of registration is to ensure that persons who are entitled to the privilege and protection of the Indian flag get them. The registration affords evidence of title off the ship to those who deal with the property in question. It also gives protection to the members of the crew in case of casualties involving injuries and/or loss of life to claim compensation under the provisions of the Indian Acts in Indian courts.

Published in Articles - Maritime Law Written by April 13 2018 0
Ownership of a ship involves a whole more than simply buying ships, finding cargoes to transport and eventually transporting the cargoes. Before now, shipowners would undertake all the functions required of shipowning by providing an in-house management department.
Published in Articles - Maritime Law Written by April 03 2018 0
LOSS PREVENTION
In 1996 the North of England P&I Association issued a simple questionnaire to reader of its loss prevention newsletter ‘Signals’. It asked for their experiences with regard to the issue of bills of lading and subsequent delivery of cargo against those bills of lading. The majority of answers were received from ship owners’ offices or from masters, with agents, operators, financiers and others also responding.
Published in Articles - Maritime Law Written by February 24 2018 0

Modern Definition of Port Limits
Laytime can only commence when a vessel has actually arrived at a port and tendered her NOR. The test for an “arrived ship” was set out by the House of Lords in the Johanna Oldendorff [1973] 2 Lloyd’s Rep 285 where Lord Reid said:

Published in Articles - Maritime Law Written by February 24 2018 0
A STUDY OF THE INSTITUTE CARGO CLAUSES (A COMPARISON BASED ANALYSIS OF THE TYPES AND AMENDMENTS)
by Samuel Joe
Published in Articles - Maritime Law Written by February 24 2018 0

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF MARITIME CLAIM AND MARITIME LIEN AS PROPOSED UNDER ADMIRALTY BILL (2016)

By: ANANDIYA DAS

As legal researcher associated with BrusCCC | corporate commercial law practice area of Brus Chambers