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[Webinar + Book Bundle] SAL Annual Review 2019 on Admiralty and Shipping Law + Book on Law on Carriage of Goods by Sea (3rd Edition)

SAL Annual Review 2019 on Admiralty and Shipping Law

 

Besides reviewing the 2019 cases, the speakers will be expanding the scope to a 360-dgree look at the legal developments in maritime and shipping space especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

This Review will cover:

 

  • Front-end corporate work in relation to ship sale, purchase and finance, MARPOL Annex VI sulphur cap and COVID-19 regulations
  • Case law and litigation including the implementation of the 1996 Protocol to the 1976 Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims, Singapore's recognition of Salvage Convention claims as maritime claims for the purpose of actions in rem and the arrest of ships
  • Commodity Trading and Trade Finance including the latest edition of Incoterms 2020; effect of COVID-19
  • Insolvency and restructuring: Hin Leong Trading and Ocean Tankers; Pacific International Lines

 

Click here for brochure. 

 

BOOK

 

Law on Carriage of Goods by Sea (3rd Edition)

 

After the second edition of this book was published in 1994, the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act was amended to give the Hague-Visby Rules the “force of law”. This brought the Singapore position on the effect of these Rules in line with UK law. Furthermore, the effect of the provisions of the Bills of Lading Act, and the corresponding UK statute, namely, the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1992, has been explained in many cases in Singapore and the UK. Since the last edition, other aspects of the law on carriage of goods by sea have also been clarified and there have been many important judicial pronouncements on the effect of the Hague Rules and the Hague-Visby Rules. All these are considered in this new edition, which deals with voyage charterparties, time charterparties, demise charterparties, bills of lading, other documents used for carriage of goods by sea, third party rights under such contracts, the Hague Rules and the Hague-Visby Rules, limitation of action, loading of cargo, proceeding on the voyage, discharge and delivery of cargo, carriage of dangerous goods, laytime, freight and the shipowner’s liens. 

 

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Webinar Date: 27 July 2020, (9.30 am - 11.00 am)

Book: Law on Carriage of Goods by Sea (3rd Edition) (click here for more info)

Price (inclusive of GST)
$173.34

SAL Annual Review 2019 on Admiralty and Shipping Law

 

Besides reviewing the 2019 cases, the speakers will be expanding the scope to a 360-dgree look at the legal developments in maritime and shipping space especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

This Review will cover:

 

  • Front-end corporate work in relation to ship sale, purchase and finance, MARPOL Annex VI sulphur cap and COVID-19 regulations
  • Case law and litigation including the implementation of the 1996 Protocol to the 1976 Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims, Singapore's recognition of Salvage Convention claims as maritime claims for the purpose of actions in rem and the arrest of ships
  • Commodity Trading and Trade Finance including the latest edition of Incoterms 2020; effect of COVID-19
  • Insolvency and restructuring: Hin Leong Trading and Ocean Tankers; Pacific International Lines

 

Click here for brochure. 

 

BOOK

 

Law on Carriage of Goods by Sea (3rd Edition)

 

After the second edition of this book was published in 1994, the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act was amended to give the Hague-Visby Rules the “force of law”. This brought the Singapore position on the effect of these Rules in line with UK law. Furthermore, the effect of the provisions of the Bills of Lading Act, and the corresponding UK statute, namely, the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1992, has been explained in many cases in Singapore and the UK. Since the last edition, other aspects of the law on carriage of goods by sea have also been clarified and there have been many important judicial pronouncements on the effect of the Hague Rules and the Hague-Visby Rules. All these are considered in this new edition, which deals with voyage charterparties, time charterparties, demise charterparties, bills of lading, other documents used for carriage of goods by sea, third party rights under such contracts, the Hague Rules and the Hague-Visby Rules, limitation of action, loading of cargo, proceeding on the voyage, discharge and delivery of cargo, carriage of dangerous goods, laytime, freight and the shipowner’s liens. 

 

Click here for more info. 

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