Case Studies

17. Roland-Linie Schiffahrt G.M.B.H v Spillers Ltd and others (The “Werrastein”) [1956] 2 Lloyd’s Rep. 211

18. North River Freighters Ltd v President of India (The “Radnor”) [1955] 2 Lloyd’s Rep 73; [1955] 2 Lloyd’s Rep 668

Giving of Notice of Readiness delayed by port authorities making vessel incommunicado – charterers entitled to rely on “time lost” clause.

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10. E.l. Oldendorff & Co. G.M.B.H v Tradax Export S.A. (The “Johanna Oldendorff”) [1971] 2 Lloyd’s Rep 96; [1972] 2 Lloyd’s Rep. 292; [1973] 2 Lloyd’s Rep 285

12. Seacrystal Shipping Limited v Bulk Transport Group Shipping Co. Ltd (The “Kyzikos”) [1987] 1 Lloyd’s Rep 48; [1987] 2 Lloyd’s Rep 122; [1989] 1 Lloyd’s Rep 1

Vessel arrived in port – unable to reach berth due to fog – WIBON clause held to apply only to inaccessibility due to congestion.

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13. Nereide S.P.A. Di Navigazione v Bulk Oil International Ltd (The “Laura Prima”) [1980] 1 Lloyd’s Rep 466; [1981] 2 Lloyd’s Rep 24; [1982] 1 Lloyd’s Rep 1

Reachable on arrival clause – modified Exxonvoy 1969 form – clause held operative to allow shipowners demurrage for delay caused by congestion.

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3. Hudson’s Bay Company v Domingo Mumbru Sociedad Anonima [1921] 9 Ll.L Rep 196; [1922] 10 Ll.L Rep 476

“Ready to Load” equated with “arrived ship” – vessel lying in the roads, not an arrived ship

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