The Beldis

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date19 December 1935
Date19 December 1935
CourtCourt of Appeal
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34 cases
  • Alexander G Tsavliris & Sons Maritime Co v Keppel Corp Ltd
    • Singapore
    • Court of Appeal (Singapore)
    • 6 April 1995
    ... ... We set out below the headnote in in so far as it is relevant to the question of law under discussion in this appeal. It reads: ... An action in rem was brought in a county court having admiralty jurisdiction by the plaintiffs against the defendants, the owners of the Norwegian Beldis, for 27l. 4s. 6d. payable by the defendants to the plaintiffs under an arbitrator`s award in respect of overpayment of chartered freight. The arbitration was held by virtue of a clause in a charterparty relating, not to the Beldis, but to the Belfri, another ship belonging to the defendants. The ... ...
  • SC Rolinay Sea Star Srl v Owners and/or demise charterers of the ship 'Bumbesti' [QBD (Admiralty)]
    • United Kingdom
    • Queen's Bench Division (Admiralty)
    • 22 June 1999
    ...The following cases were referred to in the judgment: Alina, The(1880) LR 5 ExD 227. Antonis P Lemos, The[1985] AC 711. Beldis, The [1936] P 51. Black Clawson International Ltd v Papierwerke Waldhof-Aschaffenburg AGUNK [1981] 2 Ll Rep 446. Bloemen (F J) Pty Ltd v Council of the City of Gold......
  • Eschersheim, The (Dortmund, Erkowit, Jade, Salus (formerly Rotesand))
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 22 July 1975
    ...the High Court (by Section 5 of the Administration of Justice Act 1920) Sir Boyd Merriman, President, presiding in the Court of Appeal, in The Beldis (1936) Probate Division, page 51, held that the Court was still bound by the decision in R. v. Judge of City of London Court. The actual deci......
  • Tehno-Impex v Gebr. Van Weelde Scheepvaartkantoor B.v
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 12 March 1981
    ...(or, subsequently by the High Court) until 1926 except on an appeal or transfer from the county court. (See the Alina 5 Ex. D. 227; The Beldis (1936) Probate at page 62). I find difficulty in accepting that the 1869 Act, simply by including such cases in the Admiralty jurisdiction of the c......
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4 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
    ...did not have wages liens for their claims of wrongful dismissal. The anomaly in The British Trade was that the 51 Ibid. 52 The Beldis [1936] P 51. 53 The Ever Success [1999] 1 Lloyd's Rep 824, 832. 54 The Indian Endurance (No 2); Republic of India v India Steamship Co Ltd [1998] AC 878, 908......
  • List of cases
    • South Africa
    • Transactions of the Centre for Business Law No. 2011-47, January 2011
    • 1 January 2011
    ...also The Halcyon IsleBanwell v The Ship The Sydney Sunset (formerly The Lubs) [2001] FCA 210Barnstable, The 181 US 464 (1901)Beldis, The [1936] P 51Benzen v Jeffries (1697) 91 ER 999Berg, The 1984(4) SA 647 (N)Berliner Bank AG v C Czarnikow Sugar Ltd [1996] 2 Lloyd’s Rep 281, see also The 6......
  • The early English Admiralty Court and the conceptualisation of the maritime lien : an historical conspectus
    • South Africa
    • Transactions of the Centre for Business Law No. 2011-47, January 2011
    • 1 January 2011
    ...According to Dr Lushington in The Clara (1855) 166 ER 986, the last recorded arrest of a person occurred in 1780. See also The Beldis [1936] P 51 at 74, 85; The Clara (1855) 166 ER 986. By 1841 it was clear that the practice of arresting property in order to enforce personal appearance had ......
    • Singapore
    • Singapore Academy of Law Journal No. 2006, December 2006
    • 1 December 2006 the New Zealand High Court in Rankura Moana Fisheries v The Ship, Irina Zharkikh[2001] 2 NZLR 801 but not commented upon judicially. 35 [1936] P 51. 36 Section 2(1) of the County Courts Admiralty Jurisdiction Amendment Act 1869 which provides: “shall have jurisdiction … to try … any clai......

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