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When does a document lose its privileged status?
October 8, 2019

When does a document lose its privileged status?

According to a recent Court of Appeal decision, the answer is – until someone with appropriate authority waives privilege or statute provides for its disclosure. That is the case even if there is no-one in existence to waive privilege such that the document... Read more >
The Pigeons Fight Back!
August 21, 2019

The Pigeons Fight Back!

Those of you who regularly read our blog may have seen our earlier article “Indonesia sets the cat amongst the pigeons!” regarding the Indonesian government’s decision not to enforce the IMO 2020 sulphur cap regulations on Indonesian flagged vessels plying domestic... Read more >
Indonesia sets the cat amongst the pigeons!
August 6, 2019

Indonesia sets the cat amongst the pigeons!

In an interesting and possibly troubling development the Indonesian Ministry of Transport has announced that it will not enforce the IMO 2020 global limits on sulphur content in marine fuels on its domestic fleet until low sulphur fuel oil becomes more readily... Read more >
Good news for bareboat charterers
August 1, 2019

Good news for bareboat charterers

We previously reported a High Court decision on the M/V Arctic in which it was decided that demise charterers’ obligation under Clause 9(a) of an amended BARECON 89 Form to keep the vessel in class during the period of charter was a condition of the contract. That... Read more >
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