Journal of International Maritime Law - Volume 27 - Issue 5
‘Pushback’ of migrants and the duty to rescue at sea
ANALYSIS OF RECENT CASES AND CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS
Potential conflict between special and standard terms in shipment sales
Septo Trading Inc v Tintrade Limited (The Nounou)  EWHC 1795 (Comm),  EWCA Civ 718
Volatile markets require quick contracts – where there is irreconcilable conflict the express terms prevail. The article traces the case history with emphasis on The Nounou.
Global limitation of liability of shipowners and others
Holyhead Marine Ltd v Farrer and Others  EWHC 1750 (Admlty),  2 Lloyd’s Rep 221
Splitt Chartering APS and Others v Saga Shipholding Norway AS and Others (The Stema Barge II)
 EWCA Civ 1880 (15 December 2021)
Perusahaan Perseroan (Persero) Pertamina v Trevaskis Ltd
 HKCFI 396,  2 Lloyd’s Rep 637
All eyes on deep sea mining: monitoring and inspection of activities in the Area
Maritime Institute, Faculty of Law and Criminology, Ghent University
Designing appropriate monitoring and inspection mechanisms is a complex task: – onsite monitoring demands independence and complimentarity between ISA and states – here the legal regime and latest proposals are examined.
Avoiding collisions at sea – a new but wrong course for the marine industry?
Evergreen Marine (UK) Limited v Nautical Challenge Ltd (The Ever Smart/Alexandra 1 collision)
Retired mariner and marine lawyer
This article queries the Supreme Court decision concerning the application of the crossing rules (COLREGS rules 9 and 15), particularly at the entrance to a narrow channel and regrets a lost opportunity for clarification of the vessels’ obligations under these circumstances.
Bay of Bengal region – the case for a regional law of ship arrest
Associate Professor and Director of International Centre for Ocean Governance (ICOG) School of Law, Western Sydney University
Lawyer and Maritime Law Researcher, ACT,
The drive to achieve a global ship arrest law by international conventions has only been partially successful; the author suggests that the littoral states to the Bay of Bengal are well placed to develop a supplementary regional ship arrest law.
NATIONAL AND REGIONAL REPORT
Recent trends in China’s domestic regulations concerning deep seabed mining activities
XU JOHN ZHANG
Juris Doctor Graduate, Melbourne Law School
Adjunct Research Fellow,The Institute of Yellow Sea and Bohai Sea Studies,
Dalian Maritime University
INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL ORGANISATIONS
The IOPC Funds: meeting of the governing bodies (November 2021)
Maritime Claims and Boundary Delimitation: Tensions and Trends in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea
Nicholas A Ioannides
Insurable Interest and the Law
Perils of the seas and inherent vice in marine insurance law