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An overview of the trade sanctions against Iran.

By • Sep 22nd, 2010 • Category: Dry Cargo, Marine Insurance and P&I, Shipping Law, Tankers

This Maritime Law Podcast from Coracle Online and international law firm Ince & Co gives an overview of the trade sanctions against Iran.

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The ongoing international initiative to adopt new and tighten existing trade sanctions against Iran is presenting companies and financial institutions engaged in or facilitating business with Iran with significant challenges. The expressed purpose of the various national and international authorities imposing new sanctions is to curb any attempts by Iran to develop a nuclear weapons programme and to prevent its involvement in financing terrorism.

The sanctions are therefore primarily focused on restricting dealings in the energy sector, particularly in the oil, gas and nuclear industries, while also restricting investment and financing of certain enterprises in Iran. Iran is currently unable to meet its domestic fuel consumption due to a lack of sufficient refining facilities and has to import refined petroleum products. The new restrictions are intended to deprive Iran of such imports and stifle the improvement of related facilities in Iran. Nonetheless, the impact of the sanctions will also resonate in the international trade, shipping and financial sectors.



Reporting to oil majors after an incident: a maritime law podcast for July 2010

By • Jul 28th, 2010 • Category: Ince & Co Podcasts by Coracle, Shipping Law

This Maritime Law Podcast from Coracle Online and international law firm Ince & Co looks at reporting to oil majors after an incident.

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As monsoon season is underway, we look at some recent developments regarding piracy

By • Jul 20th, 2010 • Category: Ince & Co Podcasts by Coracle, Piracy, Shipping Law

This Maritime Law Podcast from Coracle Online and international law firm Ince & Co looks at some recent developments regarding piracy

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London Court rules that a vessel chartered on NYPE terms remains on hire whilst detained by pirates

By • Jun 14th, 2010 • Category: Ince & Co Podcasts by Coracle, Piracy, Shipping Law

This Maritime Law Podcast from Coracle Online and international law firm Ince & Co looks at how the London Commercial Court rules that a vessel chartered on NYPE terms remains on hire whilst detained by pirates.

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COSCO Bulk Carrier Co Ltd -vs- Team-Up Owning Co Ltd [2010] EWHC 1340 (Comm) (The Saldanha)

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Piracy and the US Presidential order on payment of ransoms

By • May 16th, 2010 • Category: Ince & Co Podcasts by Coracle, Marine Insurance and P&I, Piracy, Shipping Law

This Maritime Law Podcast from Coracle Online and international law firm Ince & Co looks at Piracy and the US Presidential order on payment of ransoms…

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Validity of notice of readiness: Maritime Law. The Eagle Valencia

By • Mar 11th, 2010 • Category: Ince & Co Podcasts by Coracle, Shipping Law

The Shipping Law Podcast from Coracle and international law firm Ince & Co

This podcast looks at the validity of notice of readiness.
AET Inc Ltd -vs- Arcadia Petroleum (The Eagle Valencia) [2009] EWHC 2337 (Comm)

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The law on renunciation. The Pro Victor.

By • Feb 23rd, 2010 • Category: Ince & Co Podcasts by Coracle, Shipping Law

The Shipping Law Podcast from Coracle and international law firm Ince & Co This podcast looks at SK Shipping Pte Ltd vs Petroexport Ltd (The Pro Victor) in which The High Court clarifies and updates the law on renunciation. Would you be interested in learning about the different types of ships? Sign up for a […]



Ship mortgage enforcement

By • Feb 16th, 2010 • Category: Ince & Co Podcasts by Coracle, Shipping Law

The Shipping Law Podcast from Coracle and international law firm Ince & Co This podcast looks at the actions which may be taken by a bank to enforce its mortgage over a vessel. Would you be interested in learning about the different types of ships? Sign up for a free email based course from Coracle… […]



Piracy. A review of 2009.

By • Feb 12th, 2010 • Category: Ince & Co Podcasts by Coracle, Piracy, Shipping Law

The Shipping Law Podcast from Coracle and international law firm Ince & Co This podcast gives a review of Piracy in 2009. Would you be interested in learning about the different types of ships? Sign up for a free email based course from Coracle… Sign up for the Daily Draft here sponsored by ShipServ



The power of South African courts. The Ioannis NK

By • Feb 11th, 2010 • Category: Ince & Co Podcasts by Coracle, Shipping Law

The Shipping Law Podcast from Coracle and international law firm Ince & Co This podcast looks at the power of South African courts to order the taking of evidence of Master and Crew. Cases in this podcast: MV Ioannis NK v The Master and Crew of the MV Ioannis NK and Others The C Tashin […]