Maritime contract

MARITIME CONTRACT. One which relates to the navigation of the sea.
     2. The admiralty has jurisdiction in case of the breach of such contract, whether it has been entered into on land or at sea. 4 Wash. C. C. R. 453; see 2 Gallis. 465; 2 Sumn. 1; Gilp. 529.

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In a separate interaction with the Nigerian Tribune, a Senior Lecturer with the Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology in Lagos, Captain Fola Ojutalayo explained that the Federal Government was right to go into a maritime contract agreement with a foreign partner.
As a result, it remains unclear under what circumstances a COL clause in a maritime contract or marine insurance policy is unenforceable.
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We therefore hold today that, as a matter of federal common law, COGSA liability rules apply to a multimodal maritime contract with an ultimate destination in the United States, regardless of whether the contract provides for an intermediary stop en route during the sea stage of transport or between the sea and land legs.
This is the first long-term maritime contract executed by the City since the late 1980s and an excellent example of Mayor Bloomberg's commitment to put the Brooklyn waterfront back to work with long-term, sustainable maritime uses," said EDC President Andrew M.
He has ordered Ministers to stop the biggest maritime contract in British history going to French shipbuilders.
85) Justice Story further held that a bottomry instrument, similar to an insurance policy in that they both are executed on land and "intrinsically respect maritime risks, injuries and losses," (86) was a maritime contract, and thus part of the admiralty jurisdiction.
enforceability of a maritime contract based on chance defeats the
IT is appalling that the biggest maritime contract in British history - for two nuclear-powered aircraft carriers - is likely to be given to a French company.
The deal for the ships, which will be the key to national defence for the next 20 years, is the biggest maritime contract in British history.

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