charterparty


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charterparty

(ˈtʃɑːtəˌpɑːtɪ)
n, pl -parties
1. (Law) maritime law an agreement for the hire of all or part of a ship for a specified voyage or period of time
2. an individual or group that charters a ship, etc
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Solicitors Limited fields a team of 22 shipping experts led by litigator Guy Mills, who specialises in charterparty and bill of lading disputes, contentious P&I issues and shipbuilding mandates.
He also has extensive experience of advising shipping clients in relation to carriage of goods and charterparty matters.
The Owners chartered their vessel to 'X', with the Defendants countersigning the Charterparty as a Charterers' Guarantor.
P]rima facie evidence of: (a) The fact that each Award was made as it purports to have been made; (b) The subject matter of each Award; and (c) The fact that each Award purports to have been made pursuant to cl 32 of the Charterparty .
Rhidian Thomas follows in a very useful "Preface", wherein he adroitly defines and explains the central importance of the time charterparty to maritime law.
In addition, the UCTL does not apply to "a contract of marine salvage or towage', "a charterparty of a ship', 'a contract for the carriage of goods by ship', or "a contract that is the constitution .
So, for example, in Comandate Marine, the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia held that bringing an action in rem against the ship was not inconsistent with subsequently insisting that the action in personam between the parties be referred to arbitration under the charterparty arbitration clause, because the original election to litigate was taken in respect of the ship and not the shipowner.
Further, the Company expects that, if necessary, Tidewater vessels operating in Angola could be transitioned to other markets over some reasonable period, particularly given that a number of Sonatide's charterparty agreements with customers extend beyond March 31, 2012.
Contracts related to the carriage of goods by means of a charterparty or bill of lading.
Moses is particularly experienced with charterparty disputes, cargo loss/damage claims, demurrage/despatch and cargo off-specification claims, and has acted for commodities traders in FOSFA and GAFTA arbitrations.