Sale of Ships
guides solicitors and barristers through the use of the Norwegian Saleform in the context of English contract law, covering legislation such as UCTA 1977 and the Sale of Goods Act
. The 1993 Nipponsale form is also analyzed in depth and in comparison with other saleforms.
The new edition features clause-by clause guidance on each provision and it also includes appendix materials, international materials and pro forma list of delivery documents.
- Precedents – Includes a range of precedents required for the sale of ships and related activities
- Updates – The book deals with the prior iterations of the saleform (1987 and 1993), and now updates readers on the impact and application of the 2012 saleform which has superseded them
- Analysis – It offers clause-by-clause analysis and line-by-line explanation of the form, gathering the insight of two leading minds in the area
- For each provision, the authors explain the differences between the current and previous versions of the saleform as they relate to a specific issue (i.e., Payment, Inspections, Place of Delivery), as well as the relevant case law which affects the provision's operation
- Explanation – The clause-by-clause explanation, analysis and advice covers everything from purchase price, inspections and delivery to dry-docking, encumbrances and condition on delivery
- Analyzes case law – It analyzes recent major case law on the saleform, including decisions like Union Power and Griffon
- Other international forms – The book covers other forms of international importance, besides the Norwegian saleform, including the 1993 and 1999 Nipponsale forms, and now extends to the Singapore Ship Sale form
- Equitable remedy – Looks at different types of equitable remedy available, and the sellers' right to damages
- Freezing injunctions – Includes a chapter on the arrest of vessels, including freezing (Mareva) injunctions
- Specimen contract – Analyzes resale of shipbuilding contracts, with a specimen contract provided
- Dispute resolution – Covers the sale of ships for recycling, including potential dispute resolution and issues surrounding the Sale of Goods Act
- Useful documents – Provides precedent delivery documents, closing documents, bill of sale, non-grounding letter, commercial invoice, invoice for bunkers & lubricating oils, non-blacklist letter, undertaking to delete, undertaking re. stowaways, protocol of delivery and acceptance
- Useful appendices – Gathers all the appendix materials necessary for ship sales in one place, including domestic materials (UCTA, Sale of Goods Act, Marine Insurance Act and more) and international convention like the International Convention on Arrest of Ships
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