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Apex court claifies test for arrest of ships in Singapore

Singapore - September 4 2012 The power to arrest a ship in furtherance of a claim against the owner has been shown to be an essential form of security in admiralty law....

Leong Kah Wah.

When an innocent party is disallowed from rejecting repudiation (in the context of time charters)

Singapore, United Kingdom - June 5 2012 It is a basic principle that, when faced with the repudiation of a contract, the innocent party can choose to accept the repudiation and sue for damages, or reject the repudiation and continue the contract....

Kendall Tan.

A shipowner’s lien is it an illusory right?

Singapore - June 9 2011 It has been said that a shipowner looks primarily to his lien in case of disputes....

Leong Kah Wah.

Court of Appeal rules on what constitutes reasonable mitigation of losses

Singapore - August 19 2010 Where there is a breach of contract, the innocent party is required to act reasonably to mitigate its losses....

Kendall Tan.

Claims for insurance premiums and management fees do not fall under the admiralty jurisdiction of the High Court

Singapore - March 19 2010 The Singapore High Court in MV Barito. Admiralty in Rem No. 166 of 2009D (unreported) held that claims for insurance premiums paid on behalf of bareboat charterers and management fees payable to the ship managers do not fall within Section 3(1)(o) of the High Court (Admiralty Jurisdiction) Act....

Koh See Bin.