Republic of India and Another v India Steamship Company Ltd (Indian Endurance and Indian Grace) (No 2)

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtQueen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
Judgment Date23 May 1994
Date23 May 1994
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  • Seakom Ltd and Another v Knowledgepool Group Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 18 December 2013
    ...paragraph 55 confirms that the leading statement of the law on estoppel remains that in Republic of India v India Steamship Co Ltd (No 2) [1998] AC 878 at 913–914 where Lord Steyn stated : " It is settled that an estoppel by convention may arise where parties to a transaction act on an assu......
  • Pan Australia Shipping Pty Ltd v the Ship 'Comandate' (No 2)
    • Australia
    • Federal Court
    • Invalid date
  • ACE Insurance SA-NV v SURENDRANATH SEECHURN [CA (Civil), 06/02/2002]
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 6 February 2002
    ...representation has to be that the party did not intend to enforce his strict legal rights. That point is demonstrated by Republic of India v India Steamship Co. (No. 2) [1998] A.C. 878. There the question was whether there was a waiver or estoppel which would defeat the defendant's contenti......
  • Geoquip Marine Operations AG v Tower Resources Cameroon SA
    • United Kingdom
    • Queen's Bench Division (Commercial Court)
    • 16 March 2022
    ...of estoppel by convention were outlined in Republic of India v India Steamship Co Ltd (The Indian Endurance and The Indian Grace) (No 2) [1998] AC 878, Lord Steyn said at page 913: “ It is settled that an estoppel by convention may arise where parties to a transaction act on an assumed stat......
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  • Estoppel In Personal Injury Practice
    • United Kingdom
    • Mondaq UK
    • 23 September 2022
    ...to allow him to do so..." Further, the Judge cited a passage from Lord Steyn's speech in Republic of India v India Steamship Co. Ltd [1998] A.C. 878 at "An estoppel by convention may arise where parties to a transaction act on an assumed state of facts or law, the assumption being either sh......
11 books & journal articles
  • The Protection Of Seafarers' Wages In Admiralty: A Critical Analysis In The Context Of Modern Shipping
    • Australia
    • Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal No. 22-2, October 2008
    • 1 October 2008
    ...Rules), rule 773(6) and (7). 12 The Dictator [1892] P 304. 13 The Indian Endurance (No 2); Republic of India v India Steamship Co Ltd [1998] AC 878, 913. 14 Gaskell, Debattista and Swatton Chorley & Giles' Shipping Law (8th Ed, Pittman Publishing, London, 1988) 69. 15 The Lorena [1973] 1 NZ......
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    • South Africa
    • Transactions of the Centre for Business Law No. 2011-47, January 2011
    • 1 January 2011
    ...NPD 67In Re Trenton (1881) 17 Canadian Law Journal 189 In the matter of Safticraft Corporation 255 F Supp 797 (1966)Indian Grace, The [1998] AC 878, see also Republic of India v India Steamship Co Ltd (No2)Insurance Company v Gossler 96 US 645 (1878)International Stevedoring Company v Haver......
  • Conclusion : reconceptualising the maritime lien and the conflict of laws
    • South Africa
    • Transactions of the Centre for Business Law No. 2011-47, January 2011
    • 1 January 2011
    ...unintelligible result jurisprudentially, or opens the door to a parochial determination of 565 See Robinson, op cit n 106, at [372].566 [1998] AC 878. Interestingly, in 1921, Gray, op cit n 103, at 48 had already pointed out that: “In the Admiralty, proceedings in rem are brought against sh......
  • The maritime lien and the present Australian admiralty law
    • South Africa
    • Transactions of the Centre for Business Law No. 2011-47, January 2011
    • 1 January 2011
    ...Revision Division, op cit n 14, at 16; and cf The Burns [1907] P 137 at 149; The Kusu Island [1989] 2 MLJ 257 at 262; The Indian Grace [1998] AC 878 at 908.60 That is, for example, by reference to ownership of, or other relevant relationship with, the ship − see Rule 15(2) of the Admiralty ......
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