Cancellation of Shipbuilding Contracts: when is it lawful?

Cancellation of Shipbuilding Contracts: when is it lawful?

Any guidance from the courts on the correct approach to the construction of shipbuilding contracts is to be welcomed by the shipping and maritime sector. The expert shipping Bahamas lawyers at ParrisWhittaker have years of experience advising and representing shipyards and buyers on ship building contracts.The High Court in London has provided useful guidance in a recent case for shipyards and buyers facing the consequences of cancelled shipbuilding contracts following delayed delivery.

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Cancellation of Shipbuilding Contracts: when is it lawful?

03.13.2015

Cancellation of Shipbuilding Contracts: when is it lawful?

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When can an indorsee of a bill of lading sue the carrier?

03.12.2015

When can an indorsee of a bill of lading sue the carrier?

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The Cargo Transport Units Code of Practice – What Does it Mean for You?

01.05.2015

The Cargo Transport Units Code of Practice – What Does it Mean for You?

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Shipping and Maritime: Costs Following Hijacking of Vessels

12.12.2014

Shipping and Maritime: Costs Following Hijacking of Vessels

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Shipping Insurance and Reinsurance Clauses

11.10.2014

Shipping Insurance and Reinsurance Clauses

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Looking for expert legal help on maritime and shipping dispute resolution?

05.03.2014

Looking for expert legal help on maritime and shipping dispute resolution?

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Are you an owner of a ship or other vessel, and in need of legal advice?

02.03.2014

Are you an owner of a ship or other vessel, and in need of legal advice?

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ParrisWhittaker awarded Shipping and Maritime Firm of the Year; Corporate Firm of the Year

12.16.2013

ParrisWhittaker awarded Shipping and Maritime Firm of the Year; Corporate Firm of the Year

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