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The Resource Cases and materials on the carriage of goods by sea, Anthony Rogers, Jason Chuah and Martin Dockray

Cases and materials on the carriage of goods by sea, Anthony Rogers, Jason Chuah and Martin Dockray

Label
Cases and materials on the carriage of goods by sea
Title
Cases and materials on the carriage of goods by sea
Statement of responsibility
Anthony Rogers, Jason Chuah and Martin Dockray
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Rogers, Anthony,
Dewey number
343.42096
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Chuah, Jason,
  • Dockray, Martin,
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  • Maritime law
  • Bills of lading
Label
Cases and materials on the carriage of goods by sea, Anthony Rogers, Jason Chuah and Martin Dockray
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Table of Cases; Table of Statutes; Table of Statutory Instruments; Table of European and International Legislation; 1 Introduction; 1 Introduction; 2 Chartered shipping; 3 Liner shipping; Further reading; 2 The Vessel and Implied Warranties as to Her Operation; 1 Identity of the ship; 2 Particular items of description; 2.1 Flag; 2.2 Class; 2.3 Cargo capacity; 3 Time for performance; 3.1 Fixed date obligations; 3.2 Reasonable despatch; 3.3 Expected ready to load
  • 3.4 Combined effect of reasonable despatch and 'expected ready to load undertakings'3.5 Cancellation clauses; 4 Speed and fuel consumption; 5 The liability of sea carriers; 6 Public carriers; 7 Private carriers; 8 Carriage under special contract; 9 Burden of proof; 10 The duty to carry with care; 11 The carrier's duty of care; 12 Care and perils of the sea; 13 Care and fire; 14 Care to avoid consequences; 15 Exclusion of duty to exercise due care; 16 Burden of proof; 17 Liability in tort; 18 Seaworthiness; 19 The implied warranty: Origins; 20 The modern doctrine: Summary; 21 Cargoworthiness
  • 22 Unseaworthiness: Competence of crew23 Lack of necessary documents; 24 Time at which warranty attaches: The doctrine of stages; 25 Unseaworthiness or bad stowage?; 26 Causation; 27 Burden of proof; 28 Remedies; 29 Deviation; 30 The origins of the duty not to deviate; 31 Proper route; 32 Voluntary departure; 33 Justifiable deviation: Deviation to save life; 34 Deviation to avoid imminent peril: The extent of permissible deviation; 35 Justifiable deviation and unseaworthiness; 36 Liberty to deviate clauses; 37 Effect of deviation; Further reading
  • 3 Voyage Charterparties, Freight, Laytime and Demurrage1 Contracts of affreightment; 2 The charterparty; 3 Duty to provide a cargo; 4 A full and complete cargo; 5 Alternative cargo options; 6 Loading; 7 Dangerous cargo; 8 Arrived ship, laytime and demurrage laytime; 8.1 Arrival; 8.2 Readiness; 8.3 Notice of readiness; 9 Fixed laytime; 9.1 General principles; 9.2 'Fault of the shipowner'; 9.3 Use of a waiting ship by the owner; 10 Calculating fixed laytime; 11 Laytime not fixed; 12 Demurrage; 12.1 Effect of an agreement to pay demurrage; 12.2 Once on demurrage, always on demurrage
  • 12.3 How long must a ship remain on demurrage?13 Despatch; 14 Freight; 15 Delivery freight; 16 Lump sum freight; 17 Pro rata freight and the right to forward; 18 Advance freight; 19 Back freight; 20 Shipper's liability for freight; 21 Cesser clauses; Further reading; 4 Time Charters; 1 Terminology; 2 The interrelationship of clauses and the charterer's right to give legitimate orders; 2.1 Time for compliance; 3 Shipowner's right to an indemnity; 3.1 Need for an unbroken chain of causation; 4 Safe ports; 5 Hire and withdrawal; 5.1 Waiver; 5.2 Relief from forfeiture
Control code
ocn939519075
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Fourth edition
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781138809895
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)939519075
Label
Cases and materials on the carriage of goods by sea, Anthony Rogers, Jason Chuah and Martin Dockray
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Table of Cases; Table of Statutes; Table of Statutory Instruments; Table of European and International Legislation; 1 Introduction; 1 Introduction; 2 Chartered shipping; 3 Liner shipping; Further reading; 2 The Vessel and Implied Warranties as to Her Operation; 1 Identity of the ship; 2 Particular items of description; 2.1 Flag; 2.2 Class; 2.3 Cargo capacity; 3 Time for performance; 3.1 Fixed date obligations; 3.2 Reasonable despatch; 3.3 Expected ready to load
  • 3.4 Combined effect of reasonable despatch and 'expected ready to load undertakings'3.5 Cancellation clauses; 4 Speed and fuel consumption; 5 The liability of sea carriers; 6 Public carriers; 7 Private carriers; 8 Carriage under special contract; 9 Burden of proof; 10 The duty to carry with care; 11 The carrier's duty of care; 12 Care and perils of the sea; 13 Care and fire; 14 Care to avoid consequences; 15 Exclusion of duty to exercise due care; 16 Burden of proof; 17 Liability in tort; 18 Seaworthiness; 19 The implied warranty: Origins; 20 The modern doctrine: Summary; 21 Cargoworthiness
  • 22 Unseaworthiness: Competence of crew23 Lack of necessary documents; 24 Time at which warranty attaches: The doctrine of stages; 25 Unseaworthiness or bad stowage?; 26 Causation; 27 Burden of proof; 28 Remedies; 29 Deviation; 30 The origins of the duty not to deviate; 31 Proper route; 32 Voluntary departure; 33 Justifiable deviation: Deviation to save life; 34 Deviation to avoid imminent peril: The extent of permissible deviation; 35 Justifiable deviation and unseaworthiness; 36 Liberty to deviate clauses; 37 Effect of deviation; Further reading
  • 3 Voyage Charterparties, Freight, Laytime and Demurrage1 Contracts of affreightment; 2 The charterparty; 3 Duty to provide a cargo; 4 A full and complete cargo; 5 Alternative cargo options; 6 Loading; 7 Dangerous cargo; 8 Arrived ship, laytime and demurrage laytime; 8.1 Arrival; 8.2 Readiness; 8.3 Notice of readiness; 9 Fixed laytime; 9.1 General principles; 9.2 'Fault of the shipowner'; 9.3 Use of a waiting ship by the owner; 10 Calculating fixed laytime; 11 Laytime not fixed; 12 Demurrage; 12.1 Effect of an agreement to pay demurrage; 12.2 Once on demurrage, always on demurrage
  • 12.3 How long must a ship remain on demurrage?13 Despatch; 14 Freight; 15 Delivery freight; 16 Lump sum freight; 17 Pro rata freight and the right to forward; 18 Advance freight; 19 Back freight; 20 Shipper's liability for freight; 21 Cesser clauses; Further reading; 4 Time Charters; 1 Terminology; 2 The interrelationship of clauses and the charterer's right to give legitimate orders; 2.1 Time for compliance; 3 Shipowner's right to an indemnity; 3.1 Need for an unbroken chain of causation; 4 Safe ports; 5 Hire and withdrawal; 5.1 Waiver; 5.2 Relief from forfeiture
Control code
ocn939519075
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Fourth edition
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781138809895
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)939519075

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