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The Arrest News – Issue 37

The Arrest News – Issue 37

The Arrest News – Issue 37

In this issue of The Arrest News: • The Commercial Court of Montenegro Grants Ship Arrest for Non-monetary Claims by Peter Djurovic, Abaco Ltd. and Filip Milosevic, Law Office Milosevic• Can a Defective Passage Plan Affect Seaworthiness? by Kenra Parriswhittaker, Parriswhittaker (Bahamas)• Celebrating 40 years of Panama’s Maritime Jurisdiciton by Joaquín de Obarrio, Patton, Moreno […]

The Arrest News – Issue 36

The Arrest News – Issue 36

In this issue of The Arrest News: The Right to Re-Arrest by Harald Søndergard, Hafnia Law Firm (Denmark) Maritime Disputes and the Avenues for Resolution by John Sze, JTJB Lawyers (Singapore) Marine Insurer Refuses to Pay Yacht Repair Bill – and It Proves Costly by Kenra Parriswhittaker, (Bahamas) Panama Updates 2022 by Joaquín de Obarrio, […]

A Message of Solidarity

A Message of Solidarity

Anyone who has attended a Shiparrested.com network conference will have surely noticed the friendly, almost familial atmosphere of the event and interactions amongst members. Many of our members have developed personal relationships that reach beyond business and go back over 20 years of the network’s existence. For these reasons and more, it deeply pains us to see […]

Virtual Webinar: Ship Arrest: Sham & Facades of Ownership

Virtual Webinar: Ship Arrest: Sham & Facades of Ownership

The webinar held on the 25th Nov. 2021 was organized by the International Malaysian Society of Maritime Law(IMSML), with invited speakers Mr. Nathan Wheeler, Founder of LSR Services, and Mr. Oon Thian Seng, Partner of law firm T S Oon & Partners, Malaysia. The seminar highlights the complications of vessel ownership and how to determine true beneficial […]

Maritime Disputes and the Avenues for Resolution

By John Sze, Deputy Managing Partner JTJB Lawyers (Singapore) www.jtjb.com johnsze @ jtjb.com   Maritime Disputes and the Avenues for Resolution It’s no secret that companies across the globe are contending with a myriad of commercial disputes as a consequence of the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Intrinsically intertwined with global supply chains, the shipping sector […]

Ship Arrest in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

By Ahmed Hashem & Ahmed Al Basrawi Al Tamimi & Co. (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) www.tamimi.com a.hashem(at)tamimi.com Ship Arrest in KSA Introduction As Saudi Arabia is an Islamic state, its judicial system is based on Islamic law (Shari’ah) for criminal, civil and commercial matters. Although Islamic laws encompasses all aspects of life, some have opined that the judicial and legal systems […]

Associate vessel arrest decision under Chilean courts: M/V Robin 4, January 14, 2022

By Rafael Durán Sanheuza  Durán & Cía Abogados (Chile) www.duranycia.cl rduran(at)duranycia.cl Associate vessel arrest decision under Chilean courts: M/V Robin 4, January 14, 2022 Chile is an excellent jurisdiction for vessel arrests and a recent decision issued by an Antofagasta Court demonstrates some of the reasons for this affirmation. On 29 March 2021, a fire was reported […]

The Arrest News – Issue 35

The Arrest News – Issue 35

In this issue of The Arrest News: • Demurrage: Were We Right All Along? by Craig Dunford, QC (Northern Ireland) • Ship Arrest in Ireland – Time Charterer’s Debts by Hugh Kennedy, Kennedys (Ireland) • Nederland Shipping Corporation v. United States of America by George Chalos, Chalos & Co. (USA) • Maximising Sale Value by […]

The Arrest News – Issue 34

The Arrest News – Issue 34

In this issue of The Arrest News: The Ever Given Saga – Law and Liability by Hany Mamoon & Karim Marouny & Omar Omar, Al Tamimi & Co. (Egypt) What Constitutes Sherrif’s Ship Maintenance Expenses? by Ashwin Shanker, Chambers of George Rebello (India) The “Bill of Lading” Seen in the Singapore Bunker Industry is NOT […]