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Issue 21 - January 2003

EARLY LOADING CLAUSES

So-called “early loading clauses” whereby the charterers receive additional laytime for agreeing to load before the commencement of laydays have Read more..

Issue 24 - January 2004

THE NIKMARY – TRITON NAVIGATION V. VITOL - COURT OF APPEAL, 2 DEC. 2003

We referred to the judgement of the High Court in The “Nikmary” in Read more..

Issue 30 - January 2006

OFFSETS AGAINST SHIP OWNERS’ CLAIMS

We have seen a few occasions where charterers have upset owners by making unauthorised deductions from their invoices and claims. It is s Read more..

Issue 39 - January 2009

COMPLYING WITH THE DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS OF A TIME BAR CLAUSE

In our last newsletter, Andrew Wilding, Managing Director of Asdem Asia reviewed the decision in Read more..

Issue 40 - May 2009

DAMAGES FOR DETENTION.

We have encountered several instances where ship owners have been unsure when they can claim damages for detention. As a general rule, detention cannot be c Read more..

Issue 41 - September 2009

WORKING GROUP ON A CODE OF BEST PRACTICE FOR THE HANDLING AND SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS

Phil Stalley presented the conclusions of the Oil Industry Working Group at our International Co Read more..

Issue 58 - May 2015

DEFINITION OF AN UNSAFE PORT

In Asdem Newsletter No. 53 we said that the High Court case of Read more..

Issue 61 - May 2016

BPVOY5

BP Shipping's long-awaited new charter party, BPVOY5, has now been published. We believe the time taken to ensure that the charter party is as clear and up-to-date as possi Read more..

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