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The “Miracle Hope” [2020] SGHCR 3

Lloyd's Shipping & Trade Law

The “Miracle Hope” [2020] SGHCR 3

Ship arrest: rights of intervener and applicant’s duty of disclosure

The plaintiff, the Singapore branch of the bank Natixis, had arrested the vessel Miracle Hope for breach of the contract of carriage evidenced by bills of lading. The second intervener, Petrobras, applied to set aside the warrant of arrest on the basis that Natixis had failed to bring certain material facts to the court’s attention at the time it applied for the warrant of arrest.

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