Please contact customerservices lexology. For those in the business of shipping, delays can be costly. It is common practice for shipowners to charter vessels in return for freight. When calculating freight, shipowners take into consideration the period of the charter. Therefore, where a shipowner has calculated freight based on the time for which the vessel will be in the charterer's possession and the charterer is then delayed, the owner will lose profit.
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For many years he has contributed to trade magazines and books and is currently editing the 12th edition of a long-established textbook on Chartering.
Jeffrey provides maritime and commodities commercial claims consultancy and training through Interlink International Trading UK Ltd which he founded in Through global case studies shipping industry, they are capable of anticipating and minimising claims risks associated with dry cargoes and how to profitably apply performance and various other charterparty clauses. Skills: charter party, drafting, clauses, dry cargo laytime, demurrage, claims handling, payment of hire, off-hire clauses, deviation, performance, employment orders, paramount clauses, negotiations, voyage charterparty, time charterparty.
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Demurrage and Laytime - Who is Responsible for Delay?
Laytime and demurrage in wet cargo trade
A London arbitration answers some questions about readiness and exceptions to laytime and demurrage where part cargoes are carried under separate charterparties. On arrival at Djibouti both the petcoke and wheat berths were occupied. The port authority ordered the vessel to shift to the petcoke berth when it became available two days later. The Owners objected as they wanted to discharge the wheat cargo first.
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Laytime and Demurrage: Part Cargoes
The ruling charterparty was on an amended Gencon form. However, this article will focus on the main issues in the arbitration, namely stevedore incompetence and bad stowage. Charterers also alleged that this caused delays in both loading and discharging port where damage to jumbo bags necessitated re-bagging of cargo. In the absence of express provision, the obligation to load, stow, trim is at common law with the owners. However line 78 of the NYPE form has the effect of shifting from owners to charterers the primary responsibility for loading and stowing the cargo. The master has the general right to supervise the cargo operations, if they affect the safety of the ship, but otherwise he has no duty to supervise. In the leading judgement Lord Atkin said:.