BACKGROUND The High Court of Justice (Business and Property Courts of England and Wales) (the “Court”) heard a case in which, pursuant to section 69 of the Arbitration Act 1996, Tricon Energy Limited (the “Claimant”) appealed an award granted by the arbitral tribunal (the “Tribunal”). MTM Trading LLC (the “Defendant”) was the owner of the
THE DEFAULT JUDGMENT The High Court of Justice (Business and Property Courts in Manchester) (the “Court”) heard a case in which Praetura Asset Finance Limited (the “Claimant”) sought to recover approximately £1,500,000.00 (One Million Five Hundred Thousand Pounds) from Derek Thomas Hood (the “Defendant”) in terms of an unregulated hire purchase agreement which involved a
BACKGROUND Atlantic Marine and Aviation LLP (the “Owner”), the defendant in the matter, chartered the ‘Atlantic Tonjer’, a multi-purpose support vessel (the “Vessel”), to the claimant, Boskalis Offshore Marine Contracting BV (“the “Charterer”) under the BIMCO SupplyTime 2017 Charter Party for Offshore Support Vessels (the “BIMCO Agreement”). A charter party is a deed or an
BACKGROUND Burlington Loan Management DAC and Bank of America N.A, the third and fourth claimants in the matter (collectively the “Lenders”), entered into a loan agreement (the “Loan Agreement”) with Fire Navigation Inc and Hurricane Navigation Inc, the first and second defendants in the matter (“collectively the Borrowers”). In terms of the Loan Agreement, the
SUMMARY AND BACKGROUND In or during May 2011, the claimants in the matter, namely Zedra Trust Company (Jersey) Limited and Oliver Nobahar-Cookson (collectively the “Claimants”) concluded a written sale and purchase agreement with The Hut Group Limited (the “Defendant”) wherein the Claimants agreed to sell their shares in Cent Ltd (the “Company”) to the Defendant
SUMMARY AND ARBITRATION AWARD This matter was an appeal from an arbitration award, over the correct interpretation of two clauses, namely clauses 49 and 101, in a charter party contract (a deed between a shipowner and a trader for the hire of a ship and the delivery of cargo)(the “Contract”). The arbitration tribunal who had
SUMMARY The claimant in this matter was Lehman Brothers Special Financing Inc. (the “Claimant”) and the defendant was National Power Corporation (the “First Defendant”). The First Defendant’s claim was subsequently transferred to the First Defendant’s successor, Power Sector Assets And Liabilities Management Corp (the “Second Defendant”). The First and Second Defendant were wholly owned and