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tank•ship

(ˈtæŋkˌʃɪp)

n.
a ship for carrying bulk cargoes of liquids.
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204) Overseas Tankship (UK) Ltd v Morts Dock & Engineering Co Ltd [1961] AC 388, 426 (Viscount Simonds for Viscount Simonds, Lords Reid, Radcliffe, Tucker and Morris) ('Wagon Mound [No 1]').
14) Picard & Robertson, supra note 1 at 289, citing Overseas Tankship (UK) Ltd v.
A person is only liable for what could be reasonably foreseen, albeit objectively ascertained; see Overseas Tankship (U.
We established an integrated ship management company called MOL Tankship Management Ltd.
Tanker Freight Rates and Tankship Building, Haarlem, Holland, 1939.
Tankship mishaps have caused crude oil silt to accumulate on the ocean floor, thereby degrading Myxine's habitat.
Tankship CAPRICORN, Tampa Bay, Florida, January 28, 1980, Report no.
Kuwait Oil Tanker Company has put into service a new VLCC and named another as part of a strategy aimed at raising its tankship fleet to 30 by the end of next year.
154) Overseas Tankship (UK) Ltd v Miller Steamship Co Pry Ltd; The Wagon Mound [No 2] [1967] 1 AC 617, 643 (Lord Reid); Mahony v J Krusehich (Demolitions) Pty Ltd (1985) 156 CLR 522.
168) This attempt is evident from Overseas Tankship (UK) Ltd v Morts Dock & Engineering Co Ltd ('Wagon Mound [No 1]'), (169) where the 'direct consequences' test (170) was replaced with the current test of reasonable foreseeability.
186) See especially Overseas Tankship (UK) Ltd v Morts Dock & Engineering Co Ltd [1961] AC 388, 422 3 (Viscount Simonds) ('The Wagon Mound [No 1]'), which applied a foreseeability test in determining both the existence and extent of liability.