The Dictator

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date15 December 1891
Date15 December 1891
CourtProbate, Divorce and Admiralty Division
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10 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
    ...The Ship ‘Lydia Oldendorf’ [2000] 8 NZCLC 262. 11 Admiralty Rules (Part 14 of the High Court 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 &......
  • Maritime liens and the conflict of laws - an exegesis of The Halcyon Isle and preceding Anglo-common law decisions
    • South Africa
    • Sabinet Transactions of the Centre for Business Law No. 2011-47, January 2011
    • 1 January 2011
    ...support for the view that a maritime 170 The Halcyon Isle [1977] 1 MLJ 145 to 146.171 The Halcyon Isle [1977] 1 MLJ 145 at 146 to 147.172 [1892] P 304. 173 The Halcyon Isle [1977] 1 MLJ 145 at 147.174 [1893] AC 38 at 52.175 The Halcyon Isle [1977] 1 MLJ 145 at 147.176 (1851) 7 Moo PC 267.17......
  • List of cases
    • South Africa
    • Sabinet Transactions of the Centre for Business Law No. 2011-47, January 2011
    • 1 January 2011
    ...981 F 2d 1474 (1993)De Lovio v Boit 7 F Cas 418 (1815)Denew v Stock (1677) 36 Eng Rep 1013Denyssen v McFie (1860) 3 S 334Dictator, The [1892] P 304Don v Lippmann (1837) 7 ER 303Donald & Co v Hewitt 33 Ala 534 (1859)Donoghue v Stevenson (1932) AC 562Dougherty Gause v R W Bullard 16 La Ann 10......
  • The early English Admiralty Court and the conceptualisation of the maritime lien : an historical conspectus
    • South Africa
    • Sabinet Transactions of the Centre for Business Law No. 2011-47, January 2011
    • 1 January 2011
    ...hypothetical principle had been employed by the Court, without doubt on its part, or a question on the part of others.”148147 The Dictator [1892] P 304 at 311; Lane v Townsend (1837) 17 American Jurist and Law Magazine 51 at 58 and 59. According to Clerke, op cit n 146, at titles 28 to 44, ......
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