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SAR Maritime Agencies (Pvt) Ltd v PCL (Shipping) Pvt Ltd – Court of Appeal (Foxton J) [2020] SGCA 23 – 25 March 2020

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SAR Maritime Agencies (Pvt) Ltd v PCL (Shipping) Pvt Ltd – Court of Appeal (Foxton J) [2020] SGCA 23 – 25 March 2020

Contract – Formation – Brokerage agreement – Whether parties concluded brokerage agreement – Whether brokerage agreement subsequently terminated – Whether broker entitled to commission – Whether broker effective cause of coal transportation agreement

SAR Maritime Agencies (Pvt) Ltd (SAR) was a shipping agent and brokerage company. PCL was a shipping company. It owned and operated a fleet of dry bulk vessels, providing worldwide transportation of dry bulk cargoes such as coal, iron, grain and fertiliser. From 2011 to 2014, SAR was PCL’s vessel-handling agent.

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