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RECYCLECON

20 September 2016

RECYCLECON is a standard contract for the sale of ships for recycling in a safe and environmentally sound manner. The contract incorporates many of the requirements of the Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, 2009 (the Hong Kong Convention) such as the Inventory of Hazardous Materials and the Ship Recycling Plan. The latest edition of this contract is RECYCLECON, issued in 2012. Copyright in RECYCLECON is held by BIMCO.

Law and Arbitration Clause 2020 Hong Kong

06 October 2020

The Law and Arbitration Clause 2020 replaces the Dispute Resolution Clause 2017. There are versions available for four named arbitration venues – London, New York, Singapore and Hong Kong. The mediation provision found in earlier versions of this clause has been removed and made into a free standing clause that parties can incorporate by choice. The Law and Arbitration Clause 2020 consists of five short subclauses. Adopted 21 September 2020

BIMCO's advice on ship recycling

29 March 2019

Shipowners have a role to play, and responsibility to take, in the transitional period before the Hong Kong Convention enters into force. In this context BIMCO recommends to its members to use facilities that live up to requirements of the Hong Kong Convention already before its entry into force.

Simon Tatham

10 February 2020

Simon is one of the UK’s leading Admiralty solicitors, and is Senior Partner of Tatham & Co. For 35 years, and as a partner from 1989, he has worked in the City of London, as well as in Hong Kong, advising an international clientele on issues ranging from routine contractual questions to the coordination of major shipping casualties. He is an active mediator and adept at bringing about a commercial solution.

Andrew Rigden-Green

23 April 2019

Andrew Rigden-Green is a partner at the Hong Kong office of Stephenson Harwood.  He is experienced in advising a wide range of clients in relation to bareboat, time and voyage charter parties, COA’s, bills of lading and MOAs, as well as shipbuilding contracts and contracts for offshore projects. In addition to drafting documentation and advising in relation to transactions, Andrew has handled litigation before the English High Court and arbitrations under the LMAA terms, LOF salvage, GAFTA and ICC.  He lectures regularly in the UK and in international conferences on charter parties and other aspects of shipping law. He has also been an LLM examiner at Oslo International University.