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Latest From Johanna Hjalmarsson
The Supreme Court has ruled that in calculating damages for the repudiation of a charterparty, shipowners were not obliged to give credit to charterers for sale proceeds made by a sale in opportune market conditions. Reversing the decision of the Court of Appeal, the highest court held that damages owed by charterers for the repudiation of the charterparty should be calculated without taking into account that benefit
The Supreme Court judgment on May 10 2017 in Gard Marine and Energy Ltd v China National Chartering Co Ltd  UKSC 35 provided one expected answer, one surprise and one brainteaser
Supreme Court's decision in Versloot reduces the definition of fraudulent claims to wholly invented and exaggerated claims
Supreme Court reverses nearly 15 years of assumptions about the law of fraudulent insurance claims
UK court's ruling favours bunker suppliers, holding that the contract was not one that fell within the definition of the Sale of Goods Act of a contract of sale