Jurisprudence on interpretation of Hague-Visby Rules in regards to Bills of Lading (Art.1,b).
Jurisprudence on Interpretation of Hague-Visby Rules in regards to excepted perils (Art. 4.2).
Jurisprudence on interpretation of Hague-Visby Rules in regards to limitation of liability (Art.4.5).
Jurisprudence on interpratation of the Hague-Visby Rules: duty to load and discharge the cargo
Jurisprudence on interpratation of the Hague-Visby Rules in regards to the duty to load and discharge the cargo (Art. 3.(2)).
Jurisprudence on Interpretation of the Hague-Visby Rules in regards to due diligence (Art. 3.1).
Jurisprudence on Interpretation of the Hague-Visby Rules in regards to cargoworthiness (Art. 3.1(c)).
Full text of the International Convention of Salvage Agreement 1989.
This article reviews the provisions of the Contracts (Applicable Law) Act 1990 and consider, in particular, the impact which it has had on identifying the governing law of contracts for the carriage of goods by sea.
Hellas HiLights September 2010
This September 2010 edition of our Piraeus office newsletter HiLights reports on Greek Member service and support arrangements, in particular Daniel Evans appointment as Thomas Miller's Regional Director for Greece. Other items reported in the latest HiLights include the tenth anniversary of Thomas Miller (Hellas) at its Akti Miaouli office, Member enquiries on archipelagic sea lanes and the forthcoming UK Defence club event.
Parties to the New York Convention
As of October 1, 2009, 142 of the 192 United Nations Member States have adopted the New York Convention. The Convention has also been ratified by Holy See and the Cook Islands. Only fifty of the U.N. Member States have not adopted the Convention. In addition, Taiwan has not adopted the Convention and a number of British Dependent Territories have not had the Convention extended to them by order-in-council.
Full text of the International Convention on Maritime Liens and Mortgages 1993 which entered into force on 5 September 2004.