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Ukraine situation – contractual implications

24 February 2022

This short guide highlights some of the key issues that may affect the obligations and rights of contracting parties following developments in the Russo-Ukrainian conflict, with a focus on BIMCO clauses. In all circumstances, parties should carefully review their contractual terms for current and future fixtures and, if in any doubt, seek legal advice before acting.

24 Feb Ukraine situation – contractual implications

24 February 2022

This short guide highlights some of the key issues that may affect the obligations and rights of contracting parties following developments in the Russo-Ukrainian conflict, with a focus on BIMCO clauses. In all circumstances, parties should carefully review their contractual terms for current and future fixtures and, if in any doubt, seek legal advice before acting.

Port State control simplified guidance

26 November 2014

The main purpose of Port State Control (PSC) should be “to identify and eliminate ships which do not comply with internationally accepted standards". PSC is a growing initiative in the maintenance of shipping standards across the world and PSC inspections are becoming an increasingly important fact of life for all ships.