The Law of Demurrage 5th ed
Published: October 2013
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
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The Law of Demurrage by Hugo Tiberg is one of the most respected titles in its field, presenting a
thorough treatment of all aspects of laytime and demurrage.
It examines both the legal and commercial aspects of the subject, explaining what actually happens in port during laytime and how demurrage can arise, alongside detailed examination of legal principles and the contractual and liability issues involved.
In what is an inherently international area of law, it provides not only a UK common law perspective but also covers civil law principles, together with examination of case law from Scandinavia, China, Japan
and other key maritime jurisdictions.
- Examines the commercial and economic aspects of laytime and demurrage so practitioners are clear about the issues affecting contracts and disputes
- Explains what time risks can arise in port, how to minimise them and who is liable for losses owing to time loss
- Analyses the legal principles underlying laytime and demurrage
- Considers contractual issues in depth
- Deals with damages for detention, claims, and liabilities for demurrage
- Explains the impact of important recent case law, such as The Happy Day, The Nikmary, The Mass Glory and The Stolt Spur
- Covers arbitration in demurrage disputes
- Contains a chart explaining alternative words and phrases used in the field, helping reduce misunderstanding in this multi-jurisdictional area