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The ongoing debate continues…

The ongoing debate continues…

The ongoing debate continues…Should a cross-undertaking be required by Claimant? The English Court of Appeal has handed down a judgment that may well add fuel to the fire of this long debated topic. Robert Bright QC and Charles Holroyd of 7KBW have reported on the case of NatWest Markets plc v Stallion Eight Shipping Co. […]

The Arrest News – Issue 23

The Arrest News – Issue 23

In this issue of The Arrest News, read a wide variety of topics from members of the Shiparrested.com network around the world including a broker’s role in ship arrest, IMO 2020 regulations, recent developments regarding arrests and injunctions in Panama and much more.   Read issue 23 in full here: The Arrest News 23

The Ship Arrest Concept

By Margareth Galho Escritório de Advogados www.margarethgalho.com info@margarethgalho.com The Ship Arrest Concept According to the provisions of the International Convention on the Arrest of Sea-Going Ships, signed at Brussels 10 May 1952, capture means the detention of a ship by judicial process to secure a maritime claim, but does not include the seizure of a […]

The Arrest News – Issue 22

The Arrest News – Issue 22

In this issue of The Arrest News read about two decisions in US Court of Appeals of the Second and Eleventh circuits, amendments to the Russian Merchant Shipping Code, and how to arrest a vessel in Saudi Arabia.   Read issue 22 in full here: The Arrest News 22  

13 June 2018 Decision on maritime liens in US

By Mathias Steinø Hafnia Law Firm LLP Nyhavn 69 · 1051 Copenhagen K · Denmark Tel: +45 33 34 39 00 E-mail: mms@hafnialaw.com   OW / ING Case Decision on Maritime Liens in the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit We all know the US as a good place for arrest of charterer’s debt. […]

Ship arrest in Ukraine: updated regulations

Ship arrest in Ukraine: updated regulations There is no doubt that the main event which will determine Ukrainian legal trends in sea carriage in 2018 is the entry into force of the Law of Ukraine No. 2147-VIII dd. 03.10.2017 “On amendments to the Commercial Procedural Code of Ukraine, Civil Procedural Code of Ukraine, Administrative Court […]

The Arrest News – Issue 21

The Arrest News – Issue 21

In this issue of The Arrest News, Shiparrested.com members from Singapore and Kuwait discuss various topics including a court’s decision on wrongful arrest in Lebanon, arrest and release procedures, and priorities between maritime claims.   Read issue 21 in full here: The Arrest News 21  

The Arrest News – Issue 20

The Arrest News – Issue 20

In this issue of The Arrest News, Shiparrested.com members from around the globe discuss various topics from remarkable judgments, new legislation, to a story of stranded crew members in Scotland. Read issue 20 in full here: The Arrest News 20

The Arrest News – Issue 19

The Arrest News – Issue 19

In this issue of The Arrest News, Shiparrested.com members address various matters including a decision upholding the NY Convention in Dubai, the advantages of arresting ‘other forms of property’ than a ship in Indian Courts, and Ship Arrest Procedures in Egypt. Read Issue 19 in full here: TheArrestNews19