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Compensation for Damage Caused to the Environment by an Oil Spill from a Ship. Peculiarities of Russian Law Enforcement
25/6/2021
  Aleksandra I. Aleksenko   Contamination of the environment by any means has traditionally provoked a violent reaction from the community if such pollution became known to the…
Acquisition of the Status of a Sea Vessel by the Object
23/6/2021
Sofya A. Zarubenko degree-seeking student, Department of International Private and Civil Law, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Leading…
Retention of a Thing  that  Does Not Belong  to the Creditor
21/6/2021
Radislav Repin The reason for writing this article was a practical situation that I recently investigated[1]. The seller needed to deliver the goods to his buyer, for…
Non-maritime Claim Arrest of a Vessel in the Russian Federation
18/6/2021
Andrey V. Lopatin, Senior Lawyer of Grata International   In practice, there are many situations a ship is seized within the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation for claims…
Apparent or not Apparent: Order and Condition of the Goods’ Case
16/6/2021
Noble Chartering Inc v Priminds Shipping Hong Kong Co Ltd (“Tai Prize”) [2021] EWCA Civ 87 (28 January 2021)   In this case the court has considered the…
Pacific Gulf Shipping Co. v Vigorous Shipping & Trading S.A.,    No. 20-35159 (9th Cir. 2021)
14/6/2021
Facts: M/V Adamastos was owned by Adamastos Shipping and operated by Phoenix Shipping. Both companies were owned and controlled by the Gourdomichalis brothers. The vessel was chartered to…