Recent developments on domestic carriage by road in ItalyThe 2014 Stability Law no. 190 introduced several changes to the road haulage sector in Italy, aiming to reduce fragmentation in the sector and dissuade the...
07 Dec 2015
2014 Spanish Shipping Law Act: New (and better) ship arrest rules in Spain The new Spanish Shipping Act that will enter into force next 25 of September 2014 has introduced interesting changes into the law of arrest of ships in Spain. The introductory chapter of the Act... read more »
21 May 2015
Las Palmas Commercial Court refuses ownership claim contesting an enforcement action The Commercial Court number 2 of Las Palmas (Canaries) has refused the claim put forward by the alleged owners of the ship. This case has been running since the ship was arrested in... read more »
In the heart of Jerez city at the first floor of the 1836 family house at 11 Porvera Street (formerly Marqués de Casa Arizon), Arizon Abogados SLP has established the new head offices. With...
01 Feb 2016
Fulton Shipping INC v Globalia Business Travel S.A.E. “The New Flamenco”. When does a claim for early redelivery must take into account benefits resulting from action to mitigate and avoid loss? This was an appeal against a Commercial Court decision, that reversed an arbitration award... read more »
17 Dec 2015
Ramburs Inc v Agrifert SA The present case concerns the validity of a nomination of a substitute vessel made by FOB buyers (Agrifert SA) pursuant to its right under clause 6 (“Period of Delivery”) in GAFTA 49, where... read more »
When does a claim for early redelivery must take into account benefits resulting from action to mitigate and avoid loss? This was an appeal against a Commercial Court decision, that reversed an arbitration award holding that an innocent owner claiming compensation for an anticipatory breach of a Charter Party must give credit to the charterer […]
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