Sale of Ship in UK Law
M'Alister or Donoghue (Pauper) v Stevenson
...... of a carriage it broke down and a stranger to the manufacture and sale sought to recover damages for injuries which he alleged were due to ... use of the Dock Company, who had been employed by them to unload the ship on the Dock Company's premises. The Divisional Court, Day and Lawrence ......
Henry Kendall & Sons (A Firm) v William Lillico & Sons Ltd and Others
...... not been imported until 1959 but early in 1960 there were large shipments. Kendall had acquired a large quantity and while the goods were afloat ... a number of points and I shall first consider the position under the Sale of Goods Act, 1893, section 14. The relevant subsections are: ......
Monarch Steamship Company Ltd v Karlshamns Oljefabriker (A/B)
......a ton or something over £68,000 in all and the goods were to be shipped on board the Appellants' vessel the British Monarch. . 3 ...6 d. a ton, i.e., 11s. 3 d more than the sale price ; and it had not been proved that more could have been obtained in ......
Playa Larga (Owners of cargo lately laden on board) v I Congreso del Partido (Owners); Marble Islands (Owners of cargo lately laden on board) v I Congreso del Partido (Owners); I Congreso del Partido
...... Owners of Cargo Lately Laden on Board the Ship or Vessel "Marble Islands" (Appellants) and ...In February 1973 a contract for the sale of sugar was made between a Cuban state trading enterprise known as ......
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Merchant Shipping Act 1979
...... . Enactment . Subject matter . . . Merchant Shipping Act 1894 (c. 60)— . . . . section 44(11) . Production of certificates on sale of ship to. person not qualified to own British ship. . . . section 47(8) . Breach of rules as to name of ship. . . . section 59(3) . ......
Policing and Crime Act 2017
...... (a) (a) a United Kingdom ship in England and Wales waters, foreign waters or international waters, . ... (a) to make the weapon available for sale or as a gift to another person, or . (b) to sell it or give it (as a ......
- Sale of Prize Ship Constantia Maria Act 1808
Merchant Shipping Act 1995
......sale of the ship or its ceasing to be a United Kingdom. ship; or. . . (b) that the seaman was able to obtain suitable employment for that. day but ......
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Books & Journal Articles
Hire‐Purchase Agreements As Bills Of Sale (I)
...... The expression is still used in this sense in relation to the transfer of a British ship or a share therein : see Merchant Shipping Act, 1894, 8. 24, and the form of bill of sale in the First Schedule to that ......
Better Late than Never: The Reform of the Law on the Sale of Goods Forming Part of a Bulk
...... paid for goods while they were still part of an identified bulk? for example 100 tons of wheat from a named ship carrying a cargo of 500 tons of wheat, and received in return what he perceived to be a document of title such as a bill ......
CONDITIONS, WARRANTIES AND DESCRIPTIONS OF QUALITY IN SALE OF GOODS—II
...... Hutchinson (1867).’ In that case the defendant bought 400-odd bales of wool to arrive ‘‘ ex ship Seige.” The wool was guaranteed “ about similar to samples,” but later proved of rather different quality and the ......
HIRE‐PURCHASE AGREEMENTS AS BILLS OF SALE (II)
...... Act, 1882, are to protect creditors of (and pur- chasers from) By who are deceived by what they take to be owner- ship, and to protect B from harsh terms imposed by L. These same two considerations now apply to the hire-purchase agreement : the ......
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Law Firm Commentaries
- Commercial Court Confirms Traditional Understanding Of 'As Is Where Is' In Ship Sale And Purchase Contract
- 'UNITED TENORIO' - Court Rules In Favour Of Crew Managers In Crew Pay Dispute Following Ship Sale
Profiting from breach: when must an innocent party give credit?
The Supreme Court has considered when a claimant must give credit when, following a breach by the defendant, it ends up in a better position financially. Following a repudiatory breach by the defe.......... Following a repudiatory breach by the defendant charterer of a ship, the claimant owner had sold the ship at a much higher price than that ..., and the world financial crisis happened between the actual date of sale and the contractual redelivery date. If the ship had been redelivered at ......
How Does The Future IMO Ship Recycling Convention Address The Issue Of The Cash Buyer?
......branch of Fidelity Bank NA, one of whose specialist areas was the. financing of ships being purchased for onward sale for demolition. on the Indian sub continent. There has since followed 20 great. years of involvement in this industry, representing banks,. ......
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