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International Transport Intermediaries Club (ITIC) and the Admiralty Solicitors Group (ASG) have launched a new surveyors’ indemnity wording designed to address the imbalance between owners’ and surveyors’ responsibilities typically encountered under existing indemnity agreements.
ITIC and the Admiralty Solicitors Group (ASG) have launched a new surveyors’ indemnity wording designed to address the imbalance between owners’ and surveyors’ responsibilities typically encountered under existing indemnity agreements.
ITIC are hosting a breakfast briefing, for insurance brokers, to provide an overview of the new 2017 Rules.
ITIC are hosting a marine surveying panel discussion on Thursday 18th May 2017. The discussion will be followed by a drinks reception.
A referendum was held on 23 June 2016 as to whether the United Kingdom should remain a member of the European Union. A majority of the electorate voted in favour of the United Kingdom (“UK”) leaving the European Union (“EU”).
International Transport Intermediaries Club (ITIC) says communication failings within shipbrokers’ organisations can result in important instructions from principals being overlooked, leading to potentially costly claims.
FONASBA and BIMCO have recently published a new agreement for use by ship agents.
Ship agents can predict their financial exposure to the usual costs of a port call but there are occasions when unexpected developments mean the final disbursement account is far greater than could have been anticipated.
The clearance of import containers discharged at a Saudi Arabian port was delayed by two months due to the local ship agent’s inability to submit the import manifest in respect of the containers and cargo to the Saudi customs authority via their SAUDI ELECTRONIC DATA INFORMATION (SEDI) system.
A naval architect was appointed to design a barge, that was intended to be used as a floating restaurant. There were stability issues stemming from the fact that the architect had failed to take into account the weight of the vessel’s mooring system and access footbridge, and this led to a visible list.
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