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Insights / Supreme Court dismisses attempt to treat one-off oil spill as a continuing nuisance
15-05-2023 / Maritime
The Supreme Court has dismissed an argument that an oil spill emanating from the sea constituted a continuing nuisance and provided the claimants with a continuing cause of action for so long as the oil remained on their land. The oil spill was a one-off event and the cause of action accrued and was complete once the claimants’ land had been affected by the oil. Read our article, by Chris Kidd, Sophie Forsyth and Reema Shour.
News / A long awaited lifeline to the UK land-based casino industry
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Insights / Bill of lading in hands of charterer when it ceases to be charterer: document of title or mere receipt?
10-05-2023 / Maritime
The Court of Appeal has considered the status of a bill of lading in the hands of charterer after it ceases to be a charterer. Is it a document of title or a mere receipt? Our article, by Jamila Khan, Iain Preston and Reema Shour, analyses the decision.