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Index

Admiralty Jurisdiction and Practice


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Index

Index

  • Accounts 2.452.49
  • Acknowledgment of service A.1.1.1.5
  • Acknowledgment of service (admiralty limitation claim) A.1.1.1.22
  • Administration orders 3.993.110
  • Admiralty and Commercial Registry 1.3
  • Admiralty Court of the Isle of Man 1.31
  • Admiralty limitation claim A.1.5.1
  • Admiralty Marshal
  • Admiralty Registrar 1.4
  • Admiralty Registrar, references to 9.19.23
    • amendments 9.15
    • appeals 9.219.23
    • assistance of assessors 9.49.6
    • case management conference 9.16
    • costs 9.189.20
    • defence in 9.13
    • discretionary 9.3
    • hearing 9.17
    • no reference unless clear something is due 9.9
    • order for 9.11
    • ordinary rules of evidence 9.7
    • particulars of claim 9.12
    • pleadings 9.14
    • prior to judgement 9.10
    • procedure 9.119.17
    • questions of law 9.8
    • types of claims 9.2
  • Admiralty statements of case A.1.2
  • Aircraft 2.29
    • jurisdiction over 2.177
  • Appeals
    • collision claims see Collision claims
    • references to Admiralty Registrar 9.219.23
  • Application and undertaking for arrest and custody A.1.1.1.7
  • Applications for general limitations decree A.1.1.1.25, A.1.5.10
  • Application for judgement in default A.1.1.1.16
  • Application for restricted limitation decree A.1.1.1.23, A.1.5.8
  • Appraisement 4.108
    • purposes other than sale 4.110
    • sale, and see Sale
  • Appraisement and sale pendent lite 4.1274.133
  • Arrest 1.57, 4.304.88
    • ADM 4 4.49
    • ADM 5 4.50. 4.51
    • after judgement 4.43
    • amount of security 4.83
    • cargo under arrest in ship not under arrest 4.72, 4.73
    • caution against 4.454.47
    • discretion to issue notwithstanding failure to comply with rules 4.56
    • disputes as to value of property arrested 4.844.87
    • effect 4.34
    • excessive security 4.91
    • execution of warrant 4.604.62
    • form of security 4.88
    • no cross–undertaking in damages or counter–security
    • no discretion not to issue warrant 4.55
    • no further or special reason required 4.58
    • no requirement to give full and frank disclosure 4.524.54
    • notice to consul 4.44
    • obtaining security for claim in AM 4.31
    • period of validity of warrant 4.59
    • practicalities 4.634.77
    • presence of arrested ship affecting port operation 4.77

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      procedure for obtaining warrant 4.484.62
    • procedure to obtain 4.41
    • property under 4.644.68
    • provision of security and release 4.784.83
    • release, effect of 4.804.82
    • security proves insufficient 4.92
    • ship under arrest but cargo not under arrest 4.694.71
    • support of arbitral proceedings 4.33
    • support of foreign proceedings 4.32
    • third parties interested in property under 4.744.76
    • time for applications 4.414.42
    • wrongful 4.354.40
  • Arrest Convention 1952 3.1483.150
  • Athens Convention 1974 3.155
  • Capable of being used in navigation backhoe dredger 2.24
  • certificate of service A.1.1.1.11.1
  • Charge 2.55
  • Cinque Port Commissioners 1.28
  • Cinque ports
  • Civil procedure reform nomenclature 1.58
  • Claim arising from agreement relating to carriage of goods in ship or hire of ship 2.76, 2.77
  • Claim for damage done by ship 2.572.61
  • Claim for damage received by ship 2.56
  • Claim for loss of or damage to goods carried in ship 2.74, 2.75
    • no maritime lien 2.75
  • Claim form (Admiralty limitation claim) A.1.1.1.18
  • Claim forms 4.14.25, A.1.1.1, A.1.1.2
    • amendment 4.12
    • effect of issue 4.9
    • issue 4.14.11
    • issued against more than one ship 4.2
    • may not be issued by fax 4.10
    • notes for completing A.1.1.1.3
    • notes for replying to A.1.1.1.4
    • parties may be described and need not be named 4.44.6
    • prescribed 4.14.9
    • renewal of validity 4.11
    • service 4.154.25 see also Service of claim form
    • service on second ship possible where mistake as to first ship served 4.3
  • Claim in personam
    • claim in rem, and 3.53.11
    • judgment not bar to subsequent claim truly in rem 3.29
  • Claim in rem
    • advantages 3.13
    • beneficial owner 3.423.59 see also Beneficial owner
    • claims against sister ships 3.40, 3.41
    • claims in personam, and 3.53.11
    • claims irrespective of ownership 3.33
    • claims limited by considerations of ownership 3.38, 3.39
    • claims which may be brought 3.323.59
    • enforcement by sale of ship 3.14
    • enforcement of foreign judgement in rem 3.30, 3.31
    • European jurisdictional law, and 3.4
    • foreign sovereign state, and 3.10
    • issue or service of claim form acknowledged 3.183.23
    • judgment not bar to subsequent claim in personam 3.243.28
    • nature of 3.23.4, 3.53.11
    • other charge 3.353.37
    • personal liability on part of shipowner 3.26
    • quasi 3.23.4, 3.123.17
    • two categories 3.23.4
  • Claims required to be brought in Admiralty Court 1.6
  • Collision actions A.1.4
  • Collision claims 7.17.161
    • admissibility of MAIB reports 7.1047.106
    • appeals 7.1547.161
    • apportionment of liability 7.1107.138
      • applies between vessels at fault 7.127
      • applies to vessels and cargo 7.128
      • claims by cargo owners 7.129
      • claims for loss of life or personal injury 7.1327.134
      • court must apportion unless impossible 7.1167.123
      • fault of vessels 7.1247.126
      • liability limited, where 7.130
      • loss of or damage to ships and cargo 7.111, 7.112
      • more than two ships at fault 7.115
      • only causative fault is relevant 7.113
      • ships at fault need not have been in collision 7.114
    • Article 30 of Brussels I Regulation 7.10, 7.11
    • Brussels I Regulation 7.67.9
    • case management conference 7.77, 7.78
    • case management in cases involving electronic track data 7.79
    • contributions between ships at fault 7.1357.138
    • costs budgeting 7.81
    • costs in 7.1397.153
      • both ships to blame–counterclaim 7.142, 7.143
      • both ships to blame– no counterclaim 7.144
      • CPR rule 61.4(10)
      • offers 7.147, 7.148
      • factors affecting orders 7.1507.153
      • neither ship to blame 7.140
      • one ship to blame 7.141
      • Part 36 and rule 61.4 (10)7.149
      • written offer of settlement, and 7.145, 7.146
    • counterclaims 7.457.48
    • cross–claims 7.45, 7.497.50
    • definition 7.1
    • disclosure after issue of proceedings 7.37
    • duty to prevent electronic track data 7.35
    • fast track measures 7.80
    • initial case management 7.38
    • foreign court surveys and enquiries 7.107
    • in personam 7.2, 7.3
    • in rem 7.4
    • must be commenced in Admiralty Court 7.1
    • nautical assessors 7.827.103 see also Nautical assessors
    • no pre–action protocol 7.32
    • pre–action duty of disclosure and mutual exchange of electronic track data 7.36
    • pre–action rules of preservation and disclosure of electronic track data 7.33
    • procedure 7.327.109
    • skeleton arguments 7.109
    • statements of case 7.397.44
    • stay on forum non conveniens grounds 7.127.31
    • VDR evidence 7.34
    • witness evidence 7.108
  • Collision Convention 1952 3.151, 3.152
  • Collision statement of case A.1.1.1.6, A.2.5.6
  • Colonial courts
  • Colonial Courts of Admiralty 1.32
  • Common law possessory liens 6.216.30
    • holder must surrender ship to Admiralty Marshal 6.266.29
    • possession required 6.226.25
    • shiprepairer’s possessory lien 6.21
    • subject only to exiting maritime liens 6.30
  • Compulsory winding up of companies 3.683.97
  • Construction, repair or equipment of ship 2.107, 2.108
  • Costs
    • collision claims see Collision claims
    • formal investigation 1.41
    • references to Admiralty Registrar 9.189.20
    • ship mortgages 10.231
  • Counterclaims
    • limitation of liability, and 8.748.76
  • County courts 1.151.21
    • abolition of jurisdiction 1.15
    • striking out proceedings 1.18, 1.19
    • transfer of proceedings 1.18, 1.21
  • Court first seised 3.1583.160
  • Court of Admiralty of the Cinque Ports 1.221.27
  • CPR Part 61 1.5, 1.6
  • Cross border insolvency 3.1153.164
  • Crown immunity 3.603.63
  • Declaration as to inability of defendant to file and serve statement of case under decree of limitation A.1.1.1.28, A.1.5.17
  • Declaration in support of application of warrant of arrest A.1.1.1.8
  • Default proceedings 4.264.29
    • form of judgement 4.28
    • property not under arrest 4.29
    • property under arrest 4.28
  • Defective ship, apparel or equipment 2.69, 2.70
  • Defence to admiralty limitation claim A.1.1.1.21,A.1.5.12
  • Defendant’s claim in limitation claim A.1.1.1.27, A.1.5.16
  • Derelict 2.156
  • Disbursements 2.1282.136
  • Distribution of fund in court 6.326.79
    • Admiralty Marshal’s expenses 6.33
    • claims for costs 6.78
    • costs of producer of fund 6.34, 6.35
    • delay in asserting priority 6.77
    • power to reopen order for priority 6.79
    • prima facie order of priorities 6.386.61
      • claims of holders of maritime liens rank first 6.39
      • claims of mortgagees 6.406.43
      • mortgages of foreign ships 6.63, 6.64
      • mortgages of unregistered British ships 6.62
      • personal liability of one claimant to another 6.76
      • ranking of maritime liens inter se 6.666.74
      • ranking of mortgagees inter se 6.516.61
      • ranking of statutory liens inter se 6.65
      • statutory rights of action in rem 6.446.50
    • priorities and private international law 6.37
    • priority of competing claims 6.36
    • unconscionable conduct 6.77
  • Dock charges or dues 2.107, 2.108
  • Domicile 3.1233.126
  • Droits of Admiralty 2.153
  • Electronic filing 1.7
  • European domiciled defendant sued in personam in England 3.1403.143
  • Exclusion of liability 8.328.39
    • fire on board ship 8.34, 8.35
    • gold, silver, watches, jewels or precious stones 8.36
    • loss of right 8.39
    • nature and value not at time of shipment declared 8.38
    • persons entitled to exclude liability 8.33
    • theft, robbery or other dishonest conduct 8.37
  • Exercise of jurisdiction 3.13.164
  • Foreign sovereign immunity 3.64, 3.65
    • claims in respect of cargo 3.65

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      claims in respect of ships and property other than cargo 3.64
  • Forfeiture 2.148
    • customs and excise offences 2.150
    • Foreign Enlistment Act 1870 2.151
    • Merchant Shipping Act 1995 2.149
    • proceeds of sale by Admiralty Marshal 2.152
  • Formal investigations 1.34 see also Wreck inquiries
  • Hamburg Rules 1978 3.156
  • High Court
  • High seas, acts done on 2.168
  • Historical origins 1.1
  • Hovercraft
  • Indemnity in respect of statutory compensation 2.73
  • Insolvency 3.663.117
    • compulsory winding up of companies 3.683.97 see also Compulsory winding up of companies
    • cross border 3.1153.164 see also Cross border insolvency
    • administration orders 3.993.110
    • individuals 3.1113.114
    • voluntary winding up of companies 3.983.110
  • Inspection of ship or other property 4.140, 4.141
  • International Convention of Civil Liability for Oil
    • Pollution Damage 1969 3.154
  • Interest, power to award 2.169
  • Jet ski 2.10
  • Judges of Admiralty Court 1.2
  • Judicial Committee Act 1833
  • Jurisdiction
  • Jurisdictions under international conventions 3.1453.164
  • Oil pollution 2.622.66
    • bunker oil 2.63
    • exceptions from lability 2.63
    • liability of Fund 2.66
    • limitation of liability 8.998.101
    • restriction of liability 2.63
    • strict liability, mitigation of 2.65
    • tankers 2.63
  • One–ship company situation
  • Order for sale of ship A.1.1.1.17
  • Other charge
  • Ownership 2.35
  • Used in navigation

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