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Admiralty jurisdiction and practice

Author: Nigel Meeson; John A Kimbell
Publisher: London : Informa, 2011.
Series: Lloyd's shipping law library.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th edView all editions and formats
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Admiralty Jurisdiction and Practice

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Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nigel Meeson; John A Kimbell
ISBN: 9781843119432 1843119439
OCLC Number: 754974554
Description: lxxxiii, 655 pages : forms ; 25 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Historical origins --
present --
Admiralty Court --
use of District Registries --
Pre-action applications --
Subject matter jurisdiction --
Under section 20(1)(a) of the Senior Courts Act 1981 --
Under section 20(1)(b) of the Senior Courts Act 1981 --
Under section 20(1)(c) of the Senior Courts Act 1981 --
Under section 20(1)(d) of the Senior Courts Act 1981 --
County courts --
Cinque Ports --
Court of Admiralty of the Cinque Ports --
Subject-matter jurisdiction --
Geographical boundaries --
Appeal --
Cinque Port Commissioners --
Channel Islands and the Isle of Man --
Royal Court of Guernsey --
Royal Court of Jersey --
Admiralty Court of the Isle of Man --
Colonial Courts of Admiralty --
Wreck inquiries --
Accident investigations --
Formal Investigations --
Purposes of a Formal Investigation --
Procedure --
Evidence --
Costs --
Rehearings --
Admiralty concepts --
maritime lien --
When a lien arises and how it is lost or extinguished --
Discharge by satisfaction --
Discharge by laches --
Discharge by other means --
Maritime lien not discharged --
Transferability of maritime liens --
Statutory liens/statutory claims in rem --
Arrest --
Civil procedure reform nomenclature --
Introduction --
Subject-matter jurisdiction: necessary but not sufficient --
"Ship" --
"Vessel" --
"Used in navigation" --
Navigable waters --
Capable of being used in navigation --
Not a "ship" --
Senior Courts Act 1981: section 20(1)(a)-subsection 20(2) --
a. Any claim to the possession or ownership of a ship or to the ownership of any share therein --
No application to aircraft --
Possession --
Ownership --
Title to foreign ships --
Claims arising under sale and purchase agreements --
b. Any question arising between the co-owners of a ship as to possession, employment or earnings of that ship --
Restraint --
Accounts --
Sale --
Possession of foreign ships --
c. Any claim in respect of a mortgage of or charge on a ship or any share therein --
"Mortgage" --
"Charge" --
d. Any claim for damage received by a ship --
e. Any claim for damage done by a ship --
Oil pollution --
Maritime lien --
f. Any claim for loss of life or personal injury sustained in consequence of any defect in a ship or in her apparel or equipment, or in consequence of the wrongful act, neglect or default of- --
i. owners, charterers or persons in possession or control of a ship; or --
ii. master or crew of a ship, or any other person for whose wrongful acts, neglects or defaults the owners, charterers or persons in possession or control of a ship are responsible, being an act, neglect or default in the navigation or management of a ship, in the loading, carriage or discharge of goods on, in or from a ship, or in the embarkation, carriage or disembarkation of persons on, in or from the [ect.] --
Master --
Defective ship, apparel or equipment --
Wrongful act, neglect or default etc. --
Loss of life --
Indemnity in respect of statutory compensation --
g. Any claim for loss of or damage to goods carried in a ship --
No maritime lien --
h. Any claim arising out of any agreement relating to the carriage of goods in a ship or to the use or hire of a ship --
No maritime lien --
j. Any claim- --
i. under the Salvage Convention 1989; --
ii. under any contract for or in relation to salvage services; or --
iii. in the nature of salvage not falling within (i) or (ii) above; or any corresponding claim in connection with an aircraft --
Common law definition of salvage --
Recognised subjects of salvage --
Danger --
Voluntariness --
Success --
Salvage by aircraft --
Salvage by Crown --
Definition under the Salvage Convention 1989 --
Maritime lien --
k. Any claim in the nature of towage in respect of a ship or an aircraft --
No maritime lien --
Aircraft --
l. Any claim in the nature of pilotage in respect of a ship or an aircraft --
No maritime lien --
Aircraft --
Pilotage Act 1987 --
m. Any claim in respect of goods or materials supplied to a ship for her operation or maintenance --
No maritime lien --
n. Any claim in respect of the construction, repair or equipment of a ship or in respect of dock charges or dues --
No maritime lien --
o. Any claim by a master or member of the crew of a ship for wages (including any sum allotted out of wages or adjudged by a superintendent to be due by way of wages) --
Wages --
Maritime lien --
Subrogation to wages lien if payment made with leave of the court --
Claims against foreign ships --
Alien enemies --
Seaman --
Forfeiture of wages --
Set-off against wages --
Other defences --
p. Any claim by a master, shipper, charterer or agent in respect of disbursements made on account of a ship --
Maritime lien for master's disbursements --
No maritime lien for shipper's, charterer's and agent's disbursements --
q. Any claim arising out of an act which is or is claimed to be a general average act --
Definition --
Requirements to be satisfied --
Extraordinary --
Intentional or voluntary --
Peril --
Common adventure --
Reasonable --
No maritime lien --
r. Any claim arising out of bottomry --
Definition --
Maritime lien --
Obsolete in practice --
s. Any claim for the forfeiture or condemnation of a ship or of goods which are being or have been carried, or have been attempted to be carried, in a ship, or for the restoration of a ship or any such goods after seizure, or for droits of Admiralty --
Forfeiture --
Merchant Shipping Act 1995 --
Customs and Excise Acts --
Foreign Enlistment Act 1870 --
Generally --
Droits of Admiralty --
Shipwreck or wreccum mans --
Derelict --
No right to wreck outside territorial sea --
Piracy --
Senior Courts Act 1981: section 20(1)(b)-subsection 20(3) --
a. Any application to the High Court under the Merchant Shipping Act 1995 --
Paragraph 6 of Schedule 1 to the Merchant Shipping Act 1995 --
b. Any action to enforce a claim for damage, loss of life or personal injury arising out of (i)(ii)(iii) --
c. Any action by shipowners or other persons under the Merchant Shipping Acts 1894 to 1979 for the limitation of the amount of their liability in connection with a ship or other property --
Senior Courts Act 1981: section 20(1)(c) --
Any other Admiralty jurisdiction which it had immediately before the commencement of this Act --
Acts done on the high seas --
Power to award interest --
Necessaries --
Definition of "necessaries" --
Work and labour --
Not "necessaries" --
No maritime lien for necessaries --
Senior Courts Act 1981: section 20(1)(d) --
Any jurisdiction connected with ships or aircraft which is vested in the High Court apart from this section and is for the time being by rules of court made or coming into force after the commencement of this Act assigned to the Queen's Bench Division and directed by the rules to be exercised by the Admiralty [ect.] --
Jurisdiction over aircraft and hovercraft --
Aircraft --
Hovercraft --
Introduction --
Exercise of jurisdiction in rem --
nature of the claim in rem: the two categories --
problematic interface between in rem claims and European jurisdictional law --
True in rem claims --
Claims truly in rem are different in kind to claims in personam --
Quasi in rem claims --
claim in rem becomes also a claim in personam if and when the issue or service of the claim form is acknowledged --
Judgment in a claim truly in rem is not a bar to a subsequent claim in personam --
Judgment in a claim in personam is not a bar to a subsequent claim truly in rem --
Admiralty claim in rem may be brought to enforce a foreign judgment in rem --
claims for which a claim in rem may be brought --
Claims which may be brought irrespective of ownership --
Maritime liens --
Other charges --
Claims which are limited by considerations of ownership --
Claims which may be brought against sister ships --
meaning of "beneficial owner" --
Ascertaining the beneficial owner --
Court may look behind the registered owner --
Purported change in beneficial ownership --
"one-ship company" situation --
Limits on the exercise of Admiralty jurisdiction --
Crown immunity --
Foreign sovereign immunity --
Claims in respect of ships and property other than cargo --
Claims in respect of cargo --
Insolvency --
Compulsory winding up of companies --
After commencement of winding up but before order --
Commencement of winding up --
statutory provisions --
Section 126(1) --
Section 127 --
Section 128(1) --
Section 183(1) --
effect on an Admiralty claim in rem --
Issue of an Admiralty claim form in rem --
Service of an Admiralty claim form in rem --
arrest of property --
Appraisement and sale --
After winding-up order --
Automatic stay of proceedings --
Secured creditors --
Mortgagees --
Maritime lien holders --
Person with a statutory right of action in rem --
Voluntary winding up of companies --
Administration orders --
Insolvency of individuals --
European Jurisdiction and Judgments --
Introduction --
Commencement of proceedings --
Domicile --
Individuals --
Corporations --
Application to Admiralty claims in rem --
Circumstances in which a European domiciled defendant may be sued in England --
Jurisdiction by agreement --
Special jurisdiction --
Limitation claims --
Jurisdiction under international Conventions --
a. 1952 Arrest Convention --
b. 1952 Collision Convention --
c. Other Conventions --
Staying proceedings --
Article 27 --
Article 28 --
"Court first seised" --
Relationship between Conventions applicable under Article 57 and the other provisions of the Brussels Convention --
Issue of in rem claim form. Note continued: Prescribed claim form --
Claim form may be issued against more than one ship --
Service on second ship possible where mistake as to first ship served --
Parties may be described and need not be named --
Particulars of claim --
Effect of issue of claim form --
Claim Form may be issued by fax in urgent cases --
Renewal of validity --
Amendment of in rem claim form --
Service of in rem claim form --
Service by the Admiralty Marshal --
Manner of service on a ship --
Manner of service on cargo --
Manner of service on freight --
Manner of service on proceeds of sale --
Service on person named in notice against arrest --
Default proceedings --
Form of the judgment in default --
Property under arrest --
Property not under arrest --
Arrest --
Introduction --
Arrest to obtain security for a claim in rem --
Arrest in support of foreign proceedings --
Arrest in support of arbitral proceedings --
Effect of arrest --
Wrongful arrest --
Procedure to obtain arrest --
When may the application be made? --
Arrest after judgment --
Preliminary considerations --
Notice to consul --
Caution against arrest --
Procedure for obtaining an arrest warrant --
ADM4 --
ADM5 --
No requirement to give full and frank disclosure --
No discretion not to issue --
Discretion to issue notwithstanding failure to comply with the rules --
No cross-undertaking in damages or counter-security --
No further or special reason required --
Period of validity --
Execution of arrest warrant --
Practicalities relating to the arrest of the ship --
Property under arrest --
Ship under arrest, but cargo not under arrest --
Cargo under arrest in a ship not under arrest --
Third parties interested in property under arrest --
Presence of arrested ship affecting port operation --
Provision of security and release from arrest --
Effect of release --
amount of security --
Dispute as to value of property arrested --
Appraisement --
Value of freight --
Form of security --
Bail --
Excessive security --
Security proves insufficient --
Release --
Caution against release --
Application to court for release --
Release in particular circumstances --
Limitation of liability --
Arbitration proceedings --
Proceedings in another jurisdiction --
Appraisement --
Appraisement alone for purposes other than sale --
Sale --
What property is comprised in the sale --
Claims of third parties to oil sold with the ship --
Expenses incurred in order to achieve the best price --
Repatriation of crew --
Repairs --
Classification society fees --
Stopping the sale --
Private offers for sale --
effect of a sale by the Admiralty Marshal --
Sale in a foreign currency --
Appraisement and sale pendente lite --
application for appraisement and sale pendente lite --
Determination of priorities --
application to the court --
hearing of the application --
Payment out of court --
Miscellaneous applications --
Inspection of a ship or other property ("Vasso Orders") --
Examination of witnesses before trial --
Agreements between solicitors --
Introduction --
One-year time bar --
Cargo claims against carrying ship --
Application of the Hague and Hague-Visby Rules --
Time bar provisions --
Substantive nature of time bar --
Gold Clause Agreement --
Contribution in collision cases --
Two-year time bar --
Cargo claims against carrying ship --
Application of the Hamburg Rules --
Contracting States --
Time bar provision --
Rotterdam Rules --
Time bar provision --
Claims under the Inter-Club Agreement --
Passenger claims against the carrying ship --
Application of the Athens Convention --
Contracting States --
2002 Protocol to the Athens Convention --
Claims against the non-carrying ship --
Extending time under the Act --
Principles to be applied to mandatory extension under s.190(6) of the Act --
Principles to be applied to discretionary extension under s.190(5) of the Act --
Section 190(5): a one or two stage test? --
Set-off and counterclaims --
Extension of time granted --
Extension of time refused --
Section 190 and claims made in a limitation action --
Salvage claims --
Three-year period --
Claims under the Civil Liability Convention 1992 --
When does the claim arise? --
Claims against the International Oil Pollution Compensation Fund --
When does the claim arise? --
Laches --
doctrine of laches --
Laches in the Admiralty Court --
What amounts to laches? --
Foreign Limitation Periods Act 1984 --
Application of foreign limitation period --
Public policy exception --
"Public policy" --
"Undue hardship" --
Introduction --
Statutory power of detention and sale --
Examples of statutory powers --
Section 44 of the Harbours Docks and Piers Clauses Act 1847 --
Section 74 of the Harbours Docks and Piers Clauses Act 1847 --
Effect of sale under statutory powers --
Statutory right superior to power of Admiralty Marshal --
Priority lost if statutory rights not exercised --
Effect of court sale upon statutory rights --
Common law possessory liens --
Shiprepairer's possessory lien --
Possessory lien requires possession --
Possessory lien holder must surrender ship to the Admiralty Marshal --
Possessory lien subject only to existing maritime liens --
Solicitor's lien --
Distribution of the fund in court --
Admiralty Marshal's expenses --
Costs of the producer of the fund --
priority of competing claims --
Priorities and private international law --
prima facie order of priorities --
claims of holders of maritime liens rank first --
claims of mortgagees rank next --
Statutory rights of action in rem rank last --
ranking of mortgagees inter se --
Mortgages of British registered ships --
Mortgages of unregistered British ships --
Mortgages of foreign ships --
ranking of statutory liens inter se --
ranking of maritime liens inter se --
Maritime liens in the same category --
Maritime liens of different categories --
Departure from the prima facie order of priorities --
Personal liability of one claimant to another --
Delay in asserting priority or unconscionable conduct --
Claims for costs --
Power to reopen order for priority --
Collision claims must be commenced in the Admiralty Court --
Restrictions on collision claims in personam --
Collision claims in rem may be stayed pending security --
Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982 and collision claims --
Article 28 of the Brussels I Regulation and collision claims --
Where the Brussels I Regulation permits recourse to domestic jurisdiction rules collision claims may be stayed in England on forum non conveniens grounds --
Two-stage test for a stay --
"A natural forum" stay granted --
"A natural forum" stay refused --
No "natural forum" stay refused --
Limitation of liability and the forum for collision claims --
Procedure in collision claims --
Filing collision statements of case --
Claims not requiring collision statements of case --
Notice of filing of collision statements of case --
collision statement of case is in lieu of an ordinary statement of case --
Counterclaims and cross-claims --
Counterclaims --
Cross-claim in rem --
contents of the collision statement of case --
Part One --
Part Two --
Difficulties in completing the collision statement of case --
function and effect of a collision statement of case --
Costs of collision statements of case --
No interrogatories as to contents of collision statement of case --
Failure to file a collision statement of case --
Further proceedings in collision claims --
Nautical assessors --
Function of nautical assessors --
status of the advice received from nautical assessors --
Procedure for appointment --
exclusionary effect of the appointment of nautical assessors --
role of nautical assessors at trial in the English Admiralty Court --
new procedure --
Does the new procedure comply with Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights? --
Inspection by assessors --
admissibility of MAIB reports --
effect of the 2005 Regulation --
Foreign Court Surveys --
Witness evidence --
Skeleton arguments --
Apportionment of Liability --
Loss of damage to ships and cargo --
Only causative fault is relevant --
Ships at fault not need have been in collision --
Apportionment where more than two ships are at fault --
Court must apportion blame unless it is impossible --
"Fault of vessels" --
Apportionment only applies as between vessels at fault --
Apportionment only applies to vessels and cargo --
Apportionment of claims by cargo owners --
Apportionment where liability is limited --
Claims for loss of life or personal injury --
Ships at fault are jointly and severally liable --
Contribution between ships and fault --
Costs in collision claims --
Neither ship to blame --
One ship to blame --
Both ships to blame-counterclaim --
Both ships to claim-counterclaim --
Effect of written offer of settlement --
Other factors which may affect costs --
Appeals in collision claims --
Appeals as to apportionment --
Nautical assessors on appeal --
Costs on appeal --
Introduction --
development of limitation in English law --
search for international uniformity: the international Conventions of 1924, 1957 and 1976 --
Limitation of liability under English law today --
Nuclear damage claims --
Hazardous and noxious substances --
1976 Convention and Schedule 7 of Merchant Shipping Act 1995 --
juridical nature of the right to limit --
Limitation of liability-the substantive law --
Exclusion of liability --
Persons entitled to exclude their liability --
Claims in respect of which liability is excluded --
"Fire on board the ship." Note continued: "Gold, silver, watches, jewels or precious stones" --
"Theft, robbery or other dishonest conduct" --
"Nature and value were not at the time of shipment declared" --
Loss of right to exclude liability --
Limitation of liability --
Harbour authorities and dock owners --
Persons entitled to limit their liability --
Right to limit does not depend on status --
Claims in respect of which liability is limited --
Basis of the limitation fund --
Loss of right to limit liability --
Pilots and pilotage authorities --
Loss of right to limit liability --
Shipowners and salvors --
No admission of liability by invoking right to limit --
Persons entitled to limit their liability --
"Owner etc. of a ship" --
"'Shipowner' shall mean the owner, charterer, manager or operator of a ship" --
Slot charterers --
NVOCCs --
"Salvor" --
Persons for whom shipowners and salvors are responsible --
"Insurer of liability" --
Claims in respect of which liability is limited --
"Whatever the basis of liability" --
"Loss resulting from infringement of rights" --
No limitation against claims for salvage and general average --
Limitation of liability and counterclaims --
Loss of right to limit liability --
Contracting out of limitation --
Conduct barring limitation --
"Personal act or omission" --
"Intent to cause such loss" --
"Recklessly and with knowledge that such loss would probably result" --
amount of the limitation fund --
Tonnage --
Limits for loss of life and personal injury --
Limits for other claims --
Limits for passenger claims --
Effect of Athens Convention --
"Distinct occasion" --
Oil pollution --
Limitation of liability-procedure --
Limitation of liability as a defence --
Limitation of liability by obtaining a decree --
limitation claim --
Jurisdiction --
Category (1): defences and counterclaims --
Category (2): independent limitation claims --
Category (3) --
Is Article 11 of the 1976 Convention a jurisdictional provision? --
Article 11 of the 1976 Convention --
Non-EU defendants and declarations of limited liability --
Proceedings to establish a limitation fund --
Issue of the claim form --
Service of the claim form --
Constitution of a limitation fund --
General considerations --
Legal --
Financial --
mechanics of constituting the fund --
procedure to obtain a decree --
Group litigation orders --
procedure after obtaining a decree --
procedure to set aside a decree --
procedure for filing of claims --
Claims settled by the claimant --
Disputes between claimants against the fund --
Cargo claims in collision cases --
Distribution of the limitation fund --
Costs in limitation claims --
Costs of defendants' claims against the fund in a limitation claim --
General considerations --
References are discretionary --
Assistance of merchant assessors --
Rules of evidence apply to references --
Questions of law not referred --
No reference unless it is clear something is due --
Reference prior to judgment --
types of claims which may be referred --
Procedure --
Order for reference --
Filing of claim --
Filing of defence --
Case management conference --
Hearing of the reference --
Costs --
Follow the event in the reference --
Costs of reference in a limitation action --
Appeals --
To Admiralty judge --
Limited further appeal --
Introduction --
Ownership --
British ships --
Registration --
Entitlement to registration --
Bareboat registration --
Certificate of registry --
Transfer of ownership --
Sale of Goods Act 1979 --
Unregistered ships --
Registered ships --
New buildings --
Merchant Shipping Act 1995 --
Transfer by bill of sale --
Failure or irregularity of registration --
Mortgages --
Mortgage distinguished from absolute transfer --
Mortgage distinguished from pledge or pawn --
Mortgage distinguished from lien --
Mortgage distinguished from charge --
Mortgage of chattels --
Mortgages of choses in action --
Mortgage of a ship --
Legal and equitable mortgages --
(i) An agreement to make a legal mortgage --
(ii) The mortgage of an equitable interest --
Registered mortgages under the Merchant Shipping Act 1995 --
Registered ships --
Mistakes as to name or description --
Failure to register --
Effective date of the mortgage --
Mortgage from an unregistered owner of a registered ship --
Unregistered ships --
Corporations --
Scope of the mortgage --
"Appurtenances" --
Other articles on board --
Bunkers --
Cargo --
Freight --
Transfer --
Transfer by agreement --
Transfer by operation of law --
Discharge --
Termination of registration --
rights and liabilities of the mortgagor and the mortgagee --
Introduction --
mortgagor --
right to redeem --
Repayment --
Interest --
Redemption --
Joint mortgagors --
Joint mortgagees --
Possession of the mortgaged property --
Mortgagor in possession --
Introduction --
Expenses --
Freight --
Insurance --
Employment --
mortgagee --
right of the mortgagee to take possession --
Impairment of security --
Maritime liens --
Unusual or onerous charters --
Prior charterparties --
Mode of taking possession --
Mortgagee in possession --
Freight, earnings and expenses --
Expenses --
appointment of a receiver --
Foreclosure --
Sale --
Effect of a sale --
Proceeds of sale --
Court sale --
Intervention by Charterers or other interested parties --
Mortgagee of shares --
Second mortgagee --
Costs --
Admiralty forms --
Commencement of proceedings and appeals --
Claim form (Admiralty claim in rem) [Admiralty form No. ADM I] --
Claim form (Admiralty claim in rem) [Admiralty form No. ADM 1A] --
Notes for claimant on completing an in rem claim form [Admiralty form No. ADM 1B] --
Notes for defendant on replying to an Admiralty claim form [Admiralty form No. ADM 1C] --
Acknowledgment of service of claim in rem [Admiralty form No. ADM 2] --
Collision statement of case [Admiralty form No. ADM 3] --
Application and undertaking for arrest and custody [Admiralty form No. ADM 4] --
Declaration in support of application for warrant of arrest [Admiralty form No. ADM 5] --
Notice to consular officer of intention to apply for warrant of arrest [Admiralty form No. ADM 6] --
Request for caution against arrest [Admiralty form No. ADM 7] --
Warrant of arrest [Admiralty form No. ADM 9] --
Certificate of Service --
Standard directions to the Admiralty Marshal [Admiralty form No. ADM 10] --
Request for caution against release [Admiralty form No. ADM 11] --
Request and undertaking for release [Admiralty form No. ADM 12] --
Request for withdrawal of caution against release [Admiralty form No. ADM 12A] --
Application for judgment in default of filing an acknowledgment of service and/or defence or collision statement of case [Admiralty form No. ADM 13] --
Order for sale of a ship [Admiralty form No. ADM 14] --
Claim form (Admiralty limitation claim) [Admiralty form No. ADM 15] --
Notes for defendant (Admiralty limitation claim) [Admiralty form No. ADM 15B] --
Notice of admission of right of claimant to limit liability [Admiralty form No. ADM 16] --
Defence to Admiralty limitation claim [Admiralty form No. ADM 16A] --
Acknowledgment of service (Admiralty limitation claim) [Admiralty form No. ADM 16B] --
Application for restricted limitation decree [Admiralty form No. ADM 17] --
Restricted limitation decree [Admiralty form No. ADM 18] --
Application for general limitation decree [Admiralty form No. ADM 17A] --
General limitation decree [Admiralty form No. ADM 19] --
Defendant's claim in a limitation claim [Admiralty form No. ADM 20] --
Declaration as to inability of a defendant to file and serve a statement of case under a decree of limitation [Admiralty form No. ADM 21] --
Admiralty Statements of Case --
a. "Any claim to the possession or ownership of a ship or to the ownership of any share therein" --
Ownership --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Defence --
Possession --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Notice to consular officer of intention to apply for warrant of arrest --
Affidavit to lead for warrant of arrest --
b. "Any question arising between the co-owners of a ship as to possession, employment or earnings of that ship" --
Restraint --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Co-ownership --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
c. "Any claim in respect of a mortgage of or a charge on a ship or any share therein" --
Indorsement on claim form (account current) --
Particulars of claim (account current) --
Indorsement on claim form (transfer of mortgage) --
Particulars of claim (transfer of mortgage) --
Defence (purchaser from first mortgagee) --
Indorsement on claim form (possession) --
Particulars of claim (possession) --
Notice to consular officer of intention to apply for warrant of arrest --
Affidavit to lead for warrant of arrest --
d. "Any claim for damage received by a ship" --
Indorsement on claim form (defective berth) --
Particulars of claim (defective berth) --
Defence (defective berth) --
Indorsement on claim form (another ship otherwise than on collision) --
Particulars of claim (another ship otherwise than on collision) --
e. "Any claim for damage done by a ship (including oil pollution)" --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Oil pollution --
Indorsement on claim form. Note continued: f. "Any claim for loss of life or personal injury sustained in consequence of any defect in a ship or in her apparel or equipment, or in consequence of the wrongful act, neglect or default of: (i) the owners, charterers or persons in possession or control of a ship; or (ii) the master or crew of a ship, or any other person for whose wrongful acts, neglects or defaults the owners, charterers or persons in possession or control of a ship are responsible, being an act, neglect or default in the navigation or management of a ship, in the loading, carriage or discharge of goods on, in or from the ship, or in the embarkation, carriage or disembarkation of persons on, in or from the ship" [ect.] --
Personal injury --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Defence --
Fatal accident --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
g. "Any claim for loss of or damage to goods carried in a ship" --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Defence --
h. "Any claim arising out of any agreement relating to the carriage of goods in a ship or to the use or hire of a ship" --
1. Voyage charterparty --
Freight --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Defence and counterclaim --
Reply and defence to counterclaim --
Deadfreight --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Demurrage --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Defence --
Cargo damage --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Defence --
2. Time charterparty --
Hire --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Defence and counterclaim --
Indemnity --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Unsafe port --
Particulars of claim --
j. Any claim --
i. under the Salvage Convention 1989; --
ii. under any contract for or in relation to salvage services; or --
iii. in the nature of salvage not falling within (i) or (ii) above; or any corresponding claim in connection with an aircraft" --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Defence (admitting salvage) --
Disputes arising out of Lloyd's Open Form --
Indorsement on claim form --
Indorsement on claim form --
Salvor in possession --
Indorsement on claim form --
Apportionment of salvage --
Indorsement on claim form (Part 8 C.P.R.) --
k. "Any claim in the nature of towage in respect of a ship or an aircraft" --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Particulars of claim --
l. "Any claim in the nature of pilotage in respect of a ship or an aircraft" --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
m. "Any claim in respect of goods or materials supplied to a ship for her operation or maintenance" --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Defence and counterclaim --
n. "Any claim in respect of the construction, repair or equipment of a ship or dock charges or dues" --
Repairs --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Defence and counterclaim --
Reply and defence to counterclaim --
Rejoinder --
Dock dues --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
o. "Any claim by a master or member of the crew of a ship for wages (including any sum allotted out of wages or adjudged by a superintendent to be due by way of wages)" --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Notice to consular officer of intention to apply for warrant of arrest --
Affidavit to lead warrant of arrest --
p. "Any claim by a master, shipper, charterer or agent in respect of disbursements made on account of a ship" --
Agents' disbursements --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Defence --
Master's wages and disbursements --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
q. "Any claim arising out of an act which is or is claimed to be a general average act" --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Defence and counterclaim --
r. "Any claim arising out of bottomry" --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Defence of cargo owners --
Affidavit to lead warrant of arrest --
s. "Any claim for the forfeiture or condemnation of a ship or of goods which are being or have been carried, or have been attempted to be carried, in a ship, or for the restoration of a ship or any such goods after seizure, or for droits of Admiralty" --
Indorsement on claim form --
Particulars of claim --
Defence --
Merchant Shipping Act Courts and Inquiries --
Courts of formal investigation --
Heading --
Order for formal investigation (Rule 4(1)) --
Notice of investigation (Rule 5(1) and (2)) --
Notice that conduct may be in issue (Rule 5(4)) --
Notice to admit documents (Rule 7(2)) --
Notice of evidence (Rule 7(1)) --
Order on party to pay costs of investigation --
Report of the court (Rule 13) --
Collision Actions --
"Any action to enforce a claim for damage, loss of life or personal injury arising out of: --
i. collision between ships; or --
Ii. carrying out of or omission to carry out a manoeuvre in the case of one or more of two or more ships; or --
iii. non-compliance, on the part of one or more of two or more ships, with the collision regulations" --
Collision statement of case (C.P.R. Part 61.4) [Admiralty form No. ADM 3] --
1. Claimantis collision statement of case --
2. Defendantis collision statement of case --
3. Defendantis collision statement of case: third ship to blame --
4. Defendantis collision statement of case: inevitable accident --
Limitation Claims --
Claim form (Admiralty limitation claim) (C.P.R. Part 61.11) [Admiralty form No. ADM 15] --
Notes for defendant (Admiralty limitation claim) [Admiralty form No. ADM 15B] --
Acknowledgment of service (Admiralty limitation claim) [Admiralty form No. ADM 16B] --
Heading in a limitation claim (C.P.R. Part 61.1) --
Indorsement on claim form in a limitation claim --
Declaration in support of limitation claim (C.P.R. Part 61 P.D.10.1(2)) --
Notice of admission of right of claimant to limit liability (C.P.R. Part 61 P.D. 10.3) --
[Admiralty form No. ADM 16] --
Application for restricted limitation decree (C.P.R. Part 61.11(9)) [Admiralty form No. ADM 17] --
Restricted limitation decree (C.P.R. Part 61.11(9)) [Admiralty form No. ADM 18] --
Application for general limitation decree [Admiralty form No. ADM 17A] --
General limitation decree (C.P.R. Part 61.11(11)) [Admiralty form No. ADM 19] --
Defence to Admiralty limitation claim [Admiralty form No. ADM 16A] --
Defence in limitation claim --
Reply in limitation claim --
Pleading limitation by way of defence --
Defendant's claim in a limitation claim (C.P.R. 61.11(15)) [Admiralty form No. ADM 20] --
Declaration as to inability of a defendant to file and serve a statement of case under a decree of limitation (C.P.R. Part 61 P.D. 10(16)) [Admiralty form No. ADM 21] --
References --
References to the Registrar --
Admission of liability and consent to a reference --
Particulars of claim in reference (C.P.R. Part 61 P.D. 13.2) --
Introduction --
High Court --
Senior Courts Act 1981 (ss. 5, 6) --
Cinque Ports --
Cinque Ports Act 1821 (ss. 1-22) --
Judicial Committee Act 1833 (s. 3) --
Cinque Ports Act 1855 (ss. 1-10) --
Merchant Shipping Act 1995 (Sched 14, para. 11) --
Colonial Courts --
Colonial Courts of Admiralty Act 1890 --
Senior Courts Act 1981 (s. 150) --
Admiralty Jurisdiction (Gibraltar) Order 1987 --
Gibraltar Supreme Court (Admiralty Practice) Rules Order 1978 --
Gibraltar Supreme Court (Admiralty Practice) (Amendment) Rules Order 1989 --
Admiralty Jurisdiction (British Indian Ocean Territory) Order 1984 --
Admiralty Jurisdiction (Guernsey) Order 1993 --
Admiralty Jurisdiction (Virgin Islands) Order in Council 1961 --
Admiralty Jurisdiction (Cayman Islands) Order 1964 --
Admiralty Jurisdiction (Turks and Caicos Islands) Order 1965 --
Admiralty Jurisdiction (Falkland Islands) Order 1966 --
Admiralty Jurisdiction (Montserrat) Order 1968 --
Admiralty Jurisdiction (St Helena and Its Dependencies) Order 1969 --
Admiralty Jurisdiction (Bermuda) Order 1974 --
Wreck Inquiries --
Merchant Shipping Act 1995 (ss. 61-69, 267-273) --
Jurisdiction --
Senior Courts Act 1981 (ss. 19-27) --
Hovercraft Act 1968 --
Admiralty Court Act 1840 (repealed) --
Admiralty Court Act 1861 (repealed) --
Supreme Court of Judicature (Consolidation) Act 1925 (s. 22) (repealed) --
Administration of Justice Act 1956 (s. 1, repealed) --
International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to the Arrest of Sea-Going Ships, 1952 (Arrest Convention 1952) --
International Convention on Arrest of Ships, 1999 (Arrest Convention 1999) --
Crown Proceedings Act 1947 (ss. 29, 38, 40) --
Consular Relations Act 1968 (s. 4) --
State Immunity Act 1978 (s. 10) --
International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Concerning the Immunity of State-Owned Ships, Signed at Brussels, April 10, 1926 --
Practice --
Civil Procedure Rules, Part 61 --
Civil Procedure Rules, Part 61 Practice Direction Admiralty Claims --
Limitation of Actions --
Merchant Shipping Act 1995 (ss. 190 and 192) --
Collision Actions --
Merchant Shipping Act 1995 (ss. 187-189 and 192) --
International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules of Law with Respect to Collision Between Vessels, 1910 --
International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Concerning Civil Jurisdiction in Matters of Collision, 1952 --
Civil Procedure Rules, Part 61.4 --
Civil Procedure Rules, Part 61, Practice Direction Admiralty Claims, 61.4 --
Collision statement of case [Admiralty form No. ADM 3] --
Limitation Actions. Note continued: Merchant Shipping Act 1995 (ss. 185-187, 191-192 and Sched. 7) --
Merchant Shipping (Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims) (Amendment) Order 1998 --
Pilotage Act 1987 (s. 22) --
Civil Procedure Rules, Part 61.11 --
Civil Procedure Rules, Part 61, Practice Direction Admiralty Claims, 61.11 --
References --
Civil Procedure Rules, Part 61, Practice Direction Admiralty Claims, 61.13 --
Mortgages --
Merchant Shipping Act 1995 (ss. 1-10, 13-18, 23 and Sched. 1) --
International Convention on Maritime Liens and Mortgages 1993.
Series Title: Lloyd's shipping law library.
Responsibility: by Nigel Meeson and John A. Kimbell ; foreword by the David Steel.
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