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, […]
Panama – Ship Arrests in Practice, 13th edition
Download here the Panama 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 32
In this issue of The Arrest News: • Potential Liability of MV EVER GIVEN for Damages Arising Out of the Suez Blockage Under Panamanian Law, Law of the Flag by Francisco Carreira Pitti, Carreira-Pitti P.C. Attorneys (Panama) • Guidance from the Singapore High Court on the Interaction Between Insolvency and Admiralty Law and Resolution of […]
The Remedy of Ship Arrest for Unpaid Bunker and Other Supplies at the Maritime Courts in Panama
By Jorge A. Quijano, LL.M J. QUIJANO Law Offices www.jquijano.com Panama City, Panama Tel: (507) 6676 8500 The Remedy of Ship Arrest for Unpaid Bunker and Other Supplies at the Maritime Courts in Panama In today’s maritime industry, shipowners and charterers are always in demand for services provided by third parties to fulfill their daily […]
The Arrest News – Issue 28
In this issue of The Arrest News, members discuss some of the repercussions of fire on board a ship, Panama Canal updates from 2020, the procedure for registration of ships in India, a cross-border arrest made possible by the Brussels I-bis Regulation, and a guest author brings us a case of unconventional bridge design causing a collision […]
Panama – Ship Arrests in Practice, 12th edition
Download here the Panama chapter from the latest edition of our Ship Arrests in Practice publication. The law is stated as at December 31st 2019.
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
Ship arrest in Panama, by Francisco Carreira-Pitti, Carreira Pitti PC.
CARREIRA PITTI P.C. ATTORNEYS firstname.lastname@example.org www.panamalaw.com 55th St. No. 225, CARPIT Bldg., El Cangrejo Panama City 6-10100, Panama Tel: (507) 269-2444 Fax: (507) 391-7226 1. Please give an overview of ship arrest practice in your country. The Republic of Panama and the Panama Canal are brand names in international shipping. The Panamanian Ship Registry […]