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Court of Appeal rules on anticipatory breach and insolvency

United Kingdom - September 29 2015 In The STX Mumbai 2015 SGCA 35, a five-member Court of Appeal sat to hear an admiralty case for the first time. The case involved a novel issue of...

V Bala, Koh See Bin.


Agent's failed attempt to rank its expenses as sheriff's expenses in ship arrests

Singapore - September 11 2012 Ship arrests are vital in providing security in admirality actions....


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....

Ian Teo.


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....

Ian Teo.


Beneficial ownership of vessel shown not to lie with state of Indonesia

Singapore, Indonesia - October 25 2010 In ANL Singapore Pte Ltd v The Owners of the Ship "Makassar Caraka Jaya Niaga III-39" (the "Makassar") 2010 SGHC 306, ANL's arrest was challenged by an Intervener, PT Djakarta Lloyd....

Kian Sing SC Toh.