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DEMAND SHIPPING CO. LTD. v. MINISTRY OF FOOD GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH AND ANOTHER (THE “LENDOUDIS EVANGELOS II”)

Lloyd's Law Reports

DEMAND SHIPPING CO. LTD. v. MINISTRY OF FOOD GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH AND ANOTHER (THE “LENDOUDIS EVANGELOS II”)

[2001] 2 Lloyd's Rep. 304

QUEEN’S BENCH DIVISION(COMMERCIAL COURT)

Before Mr. Justice Cresswell

General average - Cargo contribution - Unseaworthiness - Vessel en route to Quebec to load additional cargo - Crew member activated fuel tank’s emergency shut-off system - Vessel suffered complete electrical failure, grounded and suffered bottom damage - Glass panel in front of control box housing emergency shut-off device missing at commencement of voyage - Whether vessel unseaworthy - Whether cargo interests liable to contribute in general average.

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