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Ship collision - prima facie evidence under German law

Germany - September 13 2017 The owner of a German-flagged yacht was sued by another German-flagged yacht owner for compensation after the yachts collided in bad weather. Both

York-Antwerp Rules 2016 - what has changed?

Germany - October 26 2016 The York-Antwerp Rules 2016 were adopted by the Comité Maritime International at its last conference in New York in May 2016 with no dissenting votes

Wreck removal under German law

Germany - December 21 2016 One of the main reasons that the Nairobi International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks entered into force was the lack of authority of the coastal

CMR is final provision for carrier's remuneration claims against consignee

Germany - January 27 2016 The Koblenz Regional Court recently decided that according to the Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road (CMR), a

No repayment due to noise attributable to normal cruise ship operation

Germany - May 17 2017 In two recent cases, the Rostock District Court decided that cruise ship passengers are not entitled to claims for repayment or damages due to

Insolvency of sea carrier: consequences for shippers and forwarders

Germany - January 31 2018 When a sea carrier files for insolvency in the course of a sea carriage, considerable additional costs and expenses occur in the effort to deliver

Starting point of carrier's period of responsibility for goods packed in containers

Germany - December 6 2017 The claimant (a carrier) entered into a contract with a shipper to transport five containers from Hamburg to Limassol. The claimant commissioned the

Loss of goods due to misloading in multimodal transport

Germany - October 25 2017 The claimant was a transport insurer of cargo interests and the respondent a freight forwarding company instructed by the damaged party to deliver

Ship collision - prima facie evidence under German law

Germany - September 13 2017 The owner of a German-flagged yacht was sued by another German-flagged yacht owner for compensation after the yachts collided in bad weather. Both

Statutory obligations of freight forwarder in customs clearances

Germany - August 16 2017 According to Section 408(1)(11) of the Commercial Code, necessary information and corresponding shipping papers for customs clearings must be prepared