The UK P&I Quarterly Legal Updates (QLUs) aims to provide Members with summaries and discussions of legal cases which are of interest from a P&I perspective.
Links to the UK Defence Club’s Soundings are also provided for additional case summaries.
If Members have any questions on any of the cases discussed, please do not hesitate to contact your usual contact at the Club.
Issue 1: Spring 2017
- QLU Spring 2017: The Court of Appeal provides guidance on the interpretation of a Clause Paramount incorporating the Hague Rules
- QLU Spring 2017: The Commercial Court clarifies that the package limitation in the Hague Rules does not apply to bulk cargoes
- QLU Spring 2017:The Court of Appeal confirms that a carrier does not need to disprove negligence on his part in order to rely on defences under Article IV Rule 2(a) – (p) of the Hague (or Hague-Visby) Rules.
- QLU Spring 2017: This case and the next serve as reminders to Members of the risks of delivering cargo against Letters of Indemnity.
- QLU Spring 2017:The risks of delivering cargo against Letters of Indemnity.
- QLU Spring 2017: Two cases providing guidance on the operation of the InterClub Agreement.
- QLU Spring 2017: Rule F of the 1974 York Antwerp Rules
- QLU Spring 2017: The Court of Appeal considers whether an English jurisdiction clause in bills of lading was an exclusive jurisdiction clause.
- QLU Spring 2017: Interpreting commercial contracts and excluding consequential losses.
- QLU Spring 2017: Is my deterrent clause enforceable?
- QLU Spring 2017: Gilding the lily: will a collateral lie invalidate an insurance claim?