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The Kingdom of Spain v The London Steam-Ship Owners Mutual Insurance Association Ltd – QBD (Comm Ct) (Teare J) [2020] EWHC 142 (Comm) – 29 January 2020

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The Kingdom of Spain v The London Steam-Ship Owners Mutual Insurance Association Ltd – QBD (Comm Ct) (Teare J) [2020] EWHC 142 (Comm) – 29 January 2020

Practice – Disclosure – Appeal from order of master registering foreign judgment – Whether appeal court had jurisdiction to order disclosure – Whether disclosure should be ordered

In 2002 the vessel Prestige broke in two off the coast of Spain and caused pollution damage. Criminal proceedings were brought against the master of Prestige in Spain in 2002 and, after the conclusion of the investigative stage of the proceedings, civil proceedings were brought against the master, the owners of the vessel and her P&I Club, the London Steam-ship Owners’ Mutual Insurance Association Ltd (the Club) in 2010.

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