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Fenech & Fenech Advocates | European Union | 22 Nov 2023

Hong Kong Convention and its effect on ship recycling

Due to the high costs related to breaking up ships in developed countries, many ship owners have traditionally resorted to breaking up their ships in developing countries, often in South Asia, where the costs are significantly lower. To protect workers in these developing countries and protect the environment from harmful pollutants, the International Maritime Organization and the European......
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Brodies LLP | United Kingdom | 23 Oct 2023

New Ro-Ro and High Speed Passenger Craft Regulations now in force

In Scotland, ferries act as a critical transport link, and also provide a unique and important tourism experience. Due to their importance and wide…

Marsh | United Kingdom, USA | 17 Oct 2023

Yard Shunting: The Risks, Issues, and Legal Implications - Virtual Fleet Forum

Marsh were joined by leading law firm Keoghs for an interactive discussion on the key risks and issues to consider when managing the movement of…
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Lexology PRO | Iceland | 4 Sep 2023

Iceland fines Samskip following 13-year investigation

Transport and logistics company Samskip has vowed to overturn a €29 million collusion fine from the Icelandic Competition Authority after the agency deemed its cooperation agreements with a key rival anticompetitive.
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Ashurst | European Union, United Kingdom | 8 Aug 2023

Sail away, sail away - the international strategy for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the shipping industry

Member States in the International Maritime Organisation have adopted the 2023 IMO Strategy on Reduction of GHG Emissions from Ships, with the goal…
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Quadrant Chambers | United Kingdom | 19 May 2023

At last: a Follow-Up to the Preliminary Act

Updates to CPR Part 61 introduce welcome and overdue reforms to Collision Statements of Case, but leave unaddressed the real bottleneck to the full…
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Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein | Global | 26 Apr 2023

New SHIPSALE 22 from BIMCO: improvement on NSF 2012 or just money-making?

In 2022, the Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) released its own version of a model ship sale contract (SHIPSALE 22). Almost at the same time, it substantially increased the cost of the 2012 Norwegian sales form (NSF), available on BIMCO's website, which has been used almost exclusively in the market to date. Does BIMCO, which holds the copyright to the SHIPSALE 22, want to......
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FRANK Legal & Tax | Thailand | 5 Mar 2023

Einfuhrerlaubnis für Boote in Thailand - Phuket

Wenn Sie die Hoheitsgewässer Thailands betreten, müssen Sie gemäß unserer Erfahrung den folgenden Anweisungen folgen:Sie können zwischen einem…
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Fenech & Fenech Advocates | Malta | 15 Feb 2023

Maltese Ship Registry and its digitalisation project

The Authority for Transport in Malta has taken on the challenge of digitalising the entirety of its operations, aiming to improve its services, modernise its systems and essentially keep up with the current climate. This ongoing digital upgrade will allow the Maltese Flag Registry to remain competitive with its counterparts within the global maritime forum and responsive to the expectations......
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Shearn Delamore & Co | Malaysia | 15 Feb 2023

Court denies plaintiff's application to extend validity of writ in rem on vessel for sixth time

This article discusses a recent case in which the plaintiff applied to extend the duration and validity of a writ in rem that had already been extended five times. According to the plaintiff, it had been unable to serve the writ on the vessel as the vessel had not been in Malaysian waters since the writ was filed. The plaintiff sought to invoke order 92, rule 4 of the Rules of Court 2012.
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