Ireland – Ship Arrests in Practice, 13th edition
Download here the Ireland chapter from the latest edition of our Ship Arrests in Practice publication. The law is stated as of 1st of January 2022.
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 […]
Flying the flag of a contracting state
The Admiralty Court in Ireland recently considered if there was jurisdiction to arrest an unregistered pleasure yacht in a dispute relating to ownership. A dispute as to ownership is a ´maritime claim´, but under the 1952 Arrest Convention, a ´ship´ must be “flying the flag” of a State to be susceptible to an arrest. Certain […]
Arresting a Ship in Ireland, by Dermot Conway, Conway Solicitors
Conways Solicitors 35, South Terrace, Cork Munster, Ireland Tel: +353 21 4901000 Fax: +353 21 4905624 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.conways.ie Ireland is a party to the 1952 Arrest Convention (the 1952 convention). As such, while the mechanism within Ireland may be somewhat different, the manner and rights afforded under the convention equally apply in Ireland as […]