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Can ship owners avoid limitations and exclusions contained in contracts for the supply of goods or services to their ship?

Australia - September 13 2021 It is often the case that a charterer or ship manager engages a contractor to provide goods or services to a vessel in Australia (e.g. bunkers or…

Nathan Cecil

Snapshot: carriage of goods by sea in Australia

Australia - June 30 2021 A look at some of the key legal and practical issues surrounding the carriage of goods by sea in Australia, including bills of lading, shipowner liability and much more.

Nathan Cecil, Geoff Farnsworth

Q&A: ship arrest in Australia

Australia - June 30 2021 This article answers some of the key questions surrounding the arrest of ships in Australia, including relevant international law and procedural issues.

Nathan Cecil, Geoff Farnsworth

Invoking force majeure under your transport contract: Are you protected when things go off the rails?

Australia - May 11 2021 If task allocation (e.g. “I will provide you with goods/services; you will pay me for those goods/services”) is the primary function of a commercial…

Geoff Farnsworth

The court’s power to appraise and sell arrested ships before final judgment

Australia - April 27 2021 An Australian court has flexed its power to appraise and sell arrested ships on an application brought before final judgment. These decisions…

Nathan Cecil