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Contracts for the Carriage of Goods by Sea

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ISBN13: 9780632020614
ISBN: 063202061X
Published: June 1988
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



February 2011: Out of Print


This book covers all varieties of charterparty and bills of lading. It is suitable for use as either a textbook on carriage of goods by sea at university level and for professional examinations, or by commercial men with interests in the area. There have been many recent developments in carriage by sea which, along with topical issues, are included in this book. Examples are the new standard form dry-cargo charterparties, the Intertanko forms, the development of out-turn loss and cargo retention clauses, bunker fuel quality clauses, the problems of delivery without production of bills of lading, the 'reachable on arrival' clause, Himalaya clauses, and fraud.

This is also one of the few books on carriage by sea to cover tanker parties in any detail

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Subjects:
Shipping, Transport and Maritime Law
Contents:
Part I:Introduction:; Charterparties outlined, and bills of lading compared; Some general principles of law. Part II: Voyage charterparties:; Voyage charterparties: shipowners; Voyage charterparties: charterers; Consecutive voyage charterparties. Part III: Period charterparties:; Demise and time charterparties compared; Terms of time charterparties. Part IV: Position of the cargo owner:; Cargo owners: contractual relationships; Substance of obligations towards cargo-owners; Grant v. Norway. Part V: Topical issues :; Himalaya clauses and circular indemnities; Fraud; Appendices.