In BrusCCC, where shipping and international trade is a large part of the practice, we handle major aspects of Dry shipping namely the negotiation and drafting of all contractual documentation for all aspects relating to the vessel and its contents such as the finance (sale and purchase), construction, carriage, insurance and employment contracts.
This includes aspects of yachting.

We include contractual matters of a contentious nature under litigation or alternate dispute resolution mechanism covering:-
1. international sales contract disputes – letter of credit, fob and cif contracts;
2. charterparty disputes – laytime, demurrage, arbitration clause; safe port; seaworthiness; notice of readiness; breach of warranty; the “deemed earned” clause on freight in a voyage charter; “off-hire” events in a time charter.
3. bill of lading disputes – delivery without production of the bill of lading; “through” bill of lading;
4. cargo claims;
5. marine insurance claims;
6. shipbuilding contract disputes;
7. ship repair disputes;
On non-contentious nature, our work profile would include advising, drafting and witnessing execution of the followings:-
1. Memorandum of Agreement for Sale and Purchase of vessel;
2. New Building contract with shipbuilders ;
3. First Ship Mortgage;
4. Ship Finance Documents;
5. Ship Agent Agreement;
6. Registration of Vessel.
On yachting we attend to advising / vetting yacht management contracts to safeguard interests of Yacht owners