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CHAPTER 10 Delay and demurrage in tanker charters

Charterparties: Law, Practice and Emerging Legal Issues

Page 179 10 Delay and demurrage in tanker charters Delay and demurrage in tanker charters Professor Simon Baughen 1 In this paper I shall consider the treatment of delay and demurrage under tanker charters, focussing on the ASBATANKVOY form. The form was introduced in 1977 and is still widely used in tanker charters. 2 I shall also consider two clauses that are standard in the oil major forms such as SHELLVOY and BPVOY, and which will now almost certainly be added to any charter concluded on ASBATANKVOY form – the pumping warranty, and the demurrage time bar.

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