Schwarz & Company (Grain) Ltd v St. Elefterio ex Arion (Owners).; The St. Elefterio

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Date1957
Year1957
CourtProbate, Divorce and Admiralty Division
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69 cases
  • Samick Lines Company Ltd v Owners of the Ship "Antonis P. Lemos"
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 21 February 1985
    ...there are on this question, both at first instance in the Admiralty Court, are against the appellants' contention. In The St. Elefterio [1957] P. 179, the question arose whether a claim for damages caused by the ante-dating of bills of lading, which was founded on the tort of deceit or poss......
  • Monte Ulia (Owners) v Banco and Others (Owners); Banco, The
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 9 December 1970
    ...in the absence of some restraining context, to be read as disjunctive". 24 Shortly after the Statute was passed, Mr. Justice Willmer in The St. Elefterio (1957) P. 179 at page 185, said that the purpose of the Act is to confer "the right to arrest either the ship in respect of which the cau......
  • The ‘Bunga Melati 5’
    • Singapore
    • High Court (Singapore)
    • 23 August 2011
    ...Sangwon, The [1999] 3 SLR (R) 919; [2000] 1 SLR 321 (refd) Schwarz & Co (Grain) Ltd v St Elefterio ex Arion (Owners) (The St Elefterio) [1957] P 179 (folld) Seaconsar Far East Ltd v Bank Markazi Jomhouri Islami Iran [1994] 1 AC 438 (refd) Seagate Technology Pte Ltd v Goh Han Kim [1994] 3 SL......
  • The ‘Bunga Melati 5’
    • Singapore
    • Court of Appeal (Singapore)
    • 21 August 2012
    ...Singapore Pte Ltd [2009] 4 SLR (R) 43; [2009] 4 SLR 43 (refd) Schwarz & Co (Grain) Ltd v St Elefterio ex Arion (Owners) (The St Elefterio) [1957] P 179 (folld) Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (Publ) , Singapore Branch v Asia Pacific Breweries (Singapore) Pte Ltd [2009] 4 SLR (R) 788; [2009......
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7 books & journal articles
  • IN PERSONAM LIABILITY, BENEFICIAL OWNERSHIP AND THE ACTION IN REM
    • Singapore
    • Singapore Academy of Law Journal No. 1994, December 1994
    • 1 December 1994
    ...ship, which, at the time when the action is brought, is beneficially owned as aforesaid.” 5 See “The Monica S”[1968] P. 741 at 749. 6 [1957] P. 179. See also “The St. Merriel”[1963] P. 247, 258; “The Moschanthy”[1971] 1 Lloyd’s Rep. 37 at 42 and “The Antonis P Lemos”[1985] A.C. 711. 7 See t......
  • Jurisdiction
    • Nigeria
    • DSC Publications Online Sasegbon's Laws of Nigeria. Volume 13 Jurisdiction
    • 10 July 2016
    ...itself. I see no reason in that context for not giving them their ordinary wide meaning.” It was in fact held earlier in The St. Elefterio (1957) P.179 at p.183 that the Para. 13 Vol. 13: JURISDICTION 10 provisions of Section 1(l) (h) of the Act were wide enough to cover claims whether in c......
  • Admiralty, Shipping and Aviation Law
    • Singapore
    • Singapore Academy of Law Annual Review No. 2011, December 2011
    • 1 December 2011
    ...on a number of UK, Australian and Singapore decisions. The locus classicus on the point is the decision of Willmer J in The St ElefterioELR[1957] P 179 (The St Elefterio) (which was applied in an earlier decision: The Wigwam[198182] SLR(R) 689 (The Wigwam), affirmed on appeal [1984] SGCA 24......
  • Admiralty
    • Nigeria
    • DSC Publications Online Sasegbon’s Laws of Nigeria. Volume 1 Admiralty
    • 8 September 2016
    ...I see no reason in that context for not giving them their ordinary wide meaning.” It was in fact held earlier in The St. Elefterio , (1957) p. 179 at p.183 that the provisions of Section 1(1) (h) of the Act were “wide enough to cover claims whether in contract or tort arising out of any agr......
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