Formation – voyage charter – incorrect party named in exchange of emails – voyage carried out and paid for – contract by conduct Continue reading “314. TTMI Sarl v Statoil ASA (The “Sibohelle”)  EWHC 1150 (Comm)”
Bills of Lading – section 2(4) of the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act, 1992 which enables a holder of a bill to sue on behalf of the real owner of cargo does not create a separate cause of action.
Measure of damages – time charterers confined to difference between contract and market rates.
Measure of damages – vessel re-delivered early to owners – not a factor to be taken into account in computing damages for breach of sub-charter
Measure of damages – held to be the difference between head-charter rate and sub-charter rate.
Hague rules – carrier has burden to prove exceptions.
Port charter – charterers bound by nomination of berth.
Ice exception – charterers designating a loading place later affected by ice – exception sustained.
Port-charter – Centrocon strike clause 30 – this exception held to cover ordinary congestion
NYPE Charter – anti – technicality clause – interpretation of proviso “intention to fail” to pay.