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Improving Ship Arrest Procedure in Ukraine

Improving Ship Arrest Procedure in Ukraine

Improving Ship Arrest Procedure in Ukraine By: Evgeniy Sukachev Email: e.sukachev@blacksealawcompany.com Senior Partner in Black Sea Law Company & Irina Dolya  Associate in Black Sea Law Company Ukraine is a modern European country situated on the Black Sea shore. There are 12 trade sea and river ports and a great number of private terminals in Ukraine. Several […]

Port State Control in Ukraine: Obstacles and Changes

Port State Control in Ukraine: Obstacles and Changes By: Evgeniy Sukachev Email: e.sukachev@blacksealawcompany.com Senior Partner in Black Sea Law Company & Irina Dolya  Associate in Black Sea Law Company Every shipper coming to Ukrainian ports faces the bureaucratic and unfair system of the Ukrainian Port State Control. Maritime Ecological Inspections such as Ecological Inspection of North-West Black […]

The Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China Clarifies Some Issues for Maritime Cases

By Wang Zhonghua (Shandong Youhua Law Firm) 2nd Floor, Block B, Building Ruinakangdu, 69 Haimen Road, Qingdao, P.R.China 266071 Tel: +86 532 8197 8792 E-mail: wangzhonghua@youhualaw.com Web: www.youhualaw.com On 18 July 2012, the National Conference on Maritime Trials was held by the Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China (“SPC”). At the Conference, the SPC clarified eleven issues regarding the trial of […]

Current situation in Crimean ports, by Interlegal, Ukraine

Please note that this article only reflects a member view. You can get more information on the subject on the Skuld website at http://www.skuld.com/topics/voyage–port-risks/sanctions/insight/ukraine-sanctions/ukraine-sanctions/  Crimean Ports: Possible Solutions On March 27, 2014 the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution on Ukraine, which called upon States, international organizations and other institutions not to accept any change in the […]

The Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China Clarifies Some Issues for Maritime Cases, by Wang Zhonghua

  By Wang Zhonghua (Shandong Youhua Law Firm) 2nd Floor, Block B, Building Ruinakangdu, 69 Haimen Road, Qingdao, P.R.China 266071 Tel: +86 532 8197 8792 E-mail: wangzhonghua@youhualaw.com Web: www.youhualaw.com On 18 July 2012, the National Conference on Maritime Trials was held by the Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China (“SPC”). At the Conference, the SPC clarified eleven issues regarding the trial […]

Ukraine Accedes to the International Convention Relating to the Arrest of Sea-Going Ships (1952)

On 7 September 2011 the Verkhovna Rada (the Parliament) of Ukraine passed the Law ‘On Ukraine’s accession to the International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to the Arrest of Sea-Going Ships (Brussels, 1952). As some other parties to the International Convention (Great Britain, Antigua, Bahamas etc.) Ukraine accedes to the Convention subject […]