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The Resource Maritime Fraud and Piracy :

Maritime Fraud and Piracy :

Label
Maritime Fraud and Piracy :
Title
Maritime Fraud and Piracy :
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
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Todd, Paul
Dewey number
345.0264
LC call number
K5277 -- .T63 2010eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Maritime and Transport Law Library
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  • Contracts, Maritime
  • Fraud
  • Freight and freightage
  • Hijacking of ships
  • Marine insurance -- Law and legislation
  • Maritime terrorism
  • Piracy
Label
Maritime Fraud and Piracy :
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Preface -- Contents -- Table of Abbreviations -- Tables of Cases -- Table of EC Legislation -- Table of National Legislation -- Table of International Conventions -- 1 Piracy Today -- Legal Issues and Definitions of Piracy -- Piracy and international law -- Piracy and criminal law -- English criminal law -- Issues concerning prosecution -- Extension of International and Criminal Jurisdiction -- The Achille Lauro -- Convention for the suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation (SUA) 1988 -- UN resolutions regarding Somalia -- Piracy Defined for Contractual Purposes -- Piracy and Marine Insurance -- General principles -- Hull insurance (marine cover) -- Hull insurance (war and strikes cover) -- Cargo insurance -- Where a piratical event amounts to both an insured and an uninsured peril -- Ransom cases and piracy definitions -- Detention and total loss -- Recovery of ransoms -- Illegality issues -- Public policy -- Failure to pay ransom -- Ransoming crew members -- Conclusion on ransom hijackings and marine insurance -- Piracy and the Sale Contract -- Piracy and Carriage Contracts -- Unseaworthiness -- Duty of bailee and Art. III(2) -- Piracy as peril of the seas -- Riots and civil commotions -- Article III(2) and release negotiations -- Deviation -- Frustration -- Voyage charterparties -- Charterers' liability -- Freight -- Piracy and Time Charterparties -- Re-routeing -- Safe ports obligation -- Off-hire -- War clauses -- Piracy clauses -- Conclusions -- 2 Introduction to Maritime Fraud: Issues Particular to Maritime Fraud -- Maritime Fraud Defined -- Vulnerability of system to fraud -- Development of cif contracts -- Documentary credits -- Multiple sales -- Increased importance of documentary aspect of sale -- Ship arrives before documents -- Seller himself often deceived -- Containers
  • Summary -- Attitude of courts to maritime fraud -- Reducing incidence of maritime fraud -- Security against costs -- Shifting losses -- Range of seriousness of maritime fraud -- Fraud Issues Generally -- Recovery of goods or proceeds of sale -- Conversion -- Conversion as a continuing tort: mitigation and time of valuation -- Conversion protects title -- Third party liability in equity -- Burden and standard of proof -- Deceit actions -- Fraud, illegality and public policy -- Court will not enforce, or lend its assistance to enforcing a contract to commit an illegal act -- Reliance principle -- Brown Jenkinson & Co Ltd v Percy Dalton (London) Ltd -- Attributing statements to parties -- Directing mind and will -- Vicarious liability -- Actual and ostensible authority -- 3 Maritime Fraud and the Sale Contract -- Types of Fraud in this Chapter -- Thefts of cargo -- The Salem -- The Salem and redress -- Other cargo thefts -- Frauds involving the documentation -- Thefts of Cargo -- Loss falls immediately on party at risk -- Cargo Insurance -- Shifting loss to other trading parties -- Documentary Frauds -- Presentation of bill of lading by non-owner -- Misrepresentations in bills of lading -- Vulnerability of cif buyers to documentary frauds: Gill & Duffus SA v Berger & Co Inc -- Exceptions? Nullities and non-genuine documents -- Conclusion -- Other actions on the sale contract -- Actions related to the fraud -- Loss of right to reject -- Actions unrelated to the fraud -- Conclusion on sale contract actions -- The Salem Revisited -- Thefts By Buyers -- 4 Maritime Fraud and the Banks -- The Law: General Considerations -- The autonomy principle -- Autonomy and performance bonds or guarantees -- Assurance of payment -- life blood of commerce -- reputation of banks -- equivalence with cash -- Quick decision required -- Later final accounting
  • United City Merchants and the Fraud Exception -- United City Merchants (Investments) Ltd v Royal Bank of Canada (The American Accord) -- Working of United City Merchants in practice -- The performance bond cases -- Proving fraud by beneficiary -- Effect of method of payment -- Contracts not genuinely autonomous -- Other Public Policy Considerations: Illegal Underlying Contract -- Nullities -- Nullity doctrine narrow at best -- What is a nullity? -- Summary -- Tender of all originals -- Trust receipts -- Fraud potential: Conclusion -- 5 Maritime Fraud and Carriers -- Theft of cargo -- Carrier's obligation to deliver to the person entitled -- General principles of carrier liability -- Originals in set separately negotiated -- Delivery without production to impersonator -- Forged bill -- Theft by charterers -- Delivery against indemnities -- Exempting and limiting liability -- Clause in bill of lading exempting liability -- Clause limitating liability -- Hague and Hague-Visby Rules -- Article III(6) -- Article IV(5) -- Conclusion on Hague and Hague-Visby -- Temporal application of Hague and Hague-Visby -- Protecting against tort actions -- Rotterdam Rules -- Privity issues -- Misrepresentations in Bills of Lading: Position of Carriers -- Fraudulent misrepresentation by the master -- Master's misrepresentation not necessarily fraudulent -- Bill of lading presumed accurate -- Contract liability of shipowner -- Estoppels -- Tort liability -- Negligent misstatement more generally -- Misrepresentation Act 1967, s. 2(1) -- Quantity misstatements and the rule in Grant v Norway -- Quantity statements and vicarious liability -- Conclusions on shipowner liability -- Carrier indemnities -- Charterparties -- Charterparty frauds: vulnerability of shipowner -- Intercepting the freight payment -- Contract between cargo-owner and shipowner -- Form of the bill of lading
  • Bills of lading issued by charterers, or their agents -- Bunker fuel frauds -- 6 Maritime Fraud and Marine Insurance -- Insured Risks -- Hull insurance -- Cargo insurance -- Causation: Proximate cause -- Risk must attach -- Fraudulent Insurance Claims -- Scuttling by the shipowner -- Issues of proof -- Other Insurance Frauds -- Contractual principles -- Fraud public policy principles -- Fraudulent devices -- Section 17 -- Utmost good faith in a litigation context -- Proposals for reform of the law -- Pre-contractual Non-disclosure -- Cargo Insurance Frauds -- 7 Maritime Fraud and Technology -- Maritime Fraud and Technology Generally -- Electronic Documentation -- Electronic bills of lading in 2010 -- Single-carrier schemes -- Closed multiple-carrier schemes -- Open systems -- Certification authorities and accreditation schemes -- Fraud vulnerability -- Open and closed systems compared -- Security/cost compromise -- Delivery -- Liabilities When Things Go Wrong -- Liability of certification authorities -- Legislation -- Rotterdam Rules -- Conclusion -- Appendix A Piracy in International Law -- Appendix B Charterparty Piracy Clauses -- Appendix C Criminal Law Provisions -- Appendix D Marine Insurance Act 1906 -- Appendix E Hull and Cargo Clauses -- Appendix F Bills of Lading Provisions -- Appendix G Legislation on Digital Signatures and Certification Authorities Electronic Signatures Regulations 2002 -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC1244850
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (364 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781135116255
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1244850
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1244850
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10728252
  • (OCoLC)852758158
Label
Maritime Fraud and Piracy :
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Preface -- Contents -- Table of Abbreviations -- Tables of Cases -- Table of EC Legislation -- Table of National Legislation -- Table of International Conventions -- 1 Piracy Today -- Legal Issues and Definitions of Piracy -- Piracy and international law -- Piracy and criminal law -- English criminal law -- Issues concerning prosecution -- Extension of International and Criminal Jurisdiction -- The Achille Lauro -- Convention for the suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation (SUA) 1988 -- UN resolutions regarding Somalia -- Piracy Defined for Contractual Purposes -- Piracy and Marine Insurance -- General principles -- Hull insurance (marine cover) -- Hull insurance (war and strikes cover) -- Cargo insurance -- Where a piratical event amounts to both an insured and an uninsured peril -- Ransom cases and piracy definitions -- Detention and total loss -- Recovery of ransoms -- Illegality issues -- Public policy -- Failure to pay ransom -- Ransoming crew members -- Conclusion on ransom hijackings and marine insurance -- Piracy and the Sale Contract -- Piracy and Carriage Contracts -- Unseaworthiness -- Duty of bailee and Art. III(2) -- Piracy as peril of the seas -- Riots and civil commotions -- Article III(2) and release negotiations -- Deviation -- Frustration -- Voyage charterparties -- Charterers' liability -- Freight -- Piracy and Time Charterparties -- Re-routeing -- Safe ports obligation -- Off-hire -- War clauses -- Piracy clauses -- Conclusions -- 2 Introduction to Maritime Fraud: Issues Particular to Maritime Fraud -- Maritime Fraud Defined -- Vulnerability of system to fraud -- Development of cif contracts -- Documentary credits -- Multiple sales -- Increased importance of documentary aspect of sale -- Ship arrives before documents -- Seller himself often deceived -- Containers
  • Summary -- Attitude of courts to maritime fraud -- Reducing incidence of maritime fraud -- Security against costs -- Shifting losses -- Range of seriousness of maritime fraud -- Fraud Issues Generally -- Recovery of goods or proceeds of sale -- Conversion -- Conversion as a continuing tort: mitigation and time of valuation -- Conversion protects title -- Third party liability in equity -- Burden and standard of proof -- Deceit actions -- Fraud, illegality and public policy -- Court will not enforce, or lend its assistance to enforcing a contract to commit an illegal act -- Reliance principle -- Brown Jenkinson & Co Ltd v Percy Dalton (London) Ltd -- Attributing statements to parties -- Directing mind and will -- Vicarious liability -- Actual and ostensible authority -- 3 Maritime Fraud and the Sale Contract -- Types of Fraud in this Chapter -- Thefts of cargo -- The Salem -- The Salem and redress -- Other cargo thefts -- Frauds involving the documentation -- Thefts of Cargo -- Loss falls immediately on party at risk -- Cargo Insurance -- Shifting loss to other trading parties -- Documentary Frauds -- Presentation of bill of lading by non-owner -- Misrepresentations in bills of lading -- Vulnerability of cif buyers to documentary frauds: Gill & Duffus SA v Berger & Co Inc -- Exceptions? Nullities and non-genuine documents -- Conclusion -- Other actions on the sale contract -- Actions related to the fraud -- Loss of right to reject -- Actions unrelated to the fraud -- Conclusion on sale contract actions -- The Salem Revisited -- Thefts By Buyers -- 4 Maritime Fraud and the Banks -- The Law: General Considerations -- The autonomy principle -- Autonomy and performance bonds or guarantees -- Assurance of payment -- life blood of commerce -- reputation of banks -- equivalence with cash -- Quick decision required -- Later final accounting
  • United City Merchants and the Fraud Exception -- United City Merchants (Investments) Ltd v Royal Bank of Canada (The American Accord) -- Working of United City Merchants in practice -- The performance bond cases -- Proving fraud by beneficiary -- Effect of method of payment -- Contracts not genuinely autonomous -- Other Public Policy Considerations: Illegal Underlying Contract -- Nullities -- Nullity doctrine narrow at best -- What is a nullity? -- Summary -- Tender of all originals -- Trust receipts -- Fraud potential: Conclusion -- 5 Maritime Fraud and Carriers -- Theft of cargo -- Carrier's obligation to deliver to the person entitled -- General principles of carrier liability -- Originals in set separately negotiated -- Delivery without production to impersonator -- Forged bill -- Theft by charterers -- Delivery against indemnities -- Exempting and limiting liability -- Clause in bill of lading exempting liability -- Clause limitating liability -- Hague and Hague-Visby Rules -- Article III(6) -- Article IV(5) -- Conclusion on Hague and Hague-Visby -- Temporal application of Hague and Hague-Visby -- Protecting against tort actions -- Rotterdam Rules -- Privity issues -- Misrepresentations in Bills of Lading: Position of Carriers -- Fraudulent misrepresentation by the master -- Master's misrepresentation not necessarily fraudulent -- Bill of lading presumed accurate -- Contract liability of shipowner -- Estoppels -- Tort liability -- Negligent misstatement more generally -- Misrepresentation Act 1967, s. 2(1) -- Quantity misstatements and the rule in Grant v Norway -- Quantity statements and vicarious liability -- Conclusions on shipowner liability -- Carrier indemnities -- Charterparties -- Charterparty frauds: vulnerability of shipowner -- Intercepting the freight payment -- Contract between cargo-owner and shipowner -- Form of the bill of lading
  • Bills of lading issued by charterers, or their agents -- Bunker fuel frauds -- 6 Maritime Fraud and Marine Insurance -- Insured Risks -- Hull insurance -- Cargo insurance -- Causation: Proximate cause -- Risk must attach -- Fraudulent Insurance Claims -- Scuttling by the shipowner -- Issues of proof -- Other Insurance Frauds -- Contractual principles -- Fraud public policy principles -- Fraudulent devices -- Section 17 -- Utmost good faith in a litigation context -- Proposals for reform of the law -- Pre-contractual Non-disclosure -- Cargo Insurance Frauds -- 7 Maritime Fraud and Technology -- Maritime Fraud and Technology Generally -- Electronic Documentation -- Electronic bills of lading in 2010 -- Single-carrier schemes -- Closed multiple-carrier schemes -- Open systems -- Certification authorities and accreditation schemes -- Fraud vulnerability -- Open and closed systems compared -- Security/cost compromise -- Delivery -- Liabilities When Things Go Wrong -- Liability of certification authorities -- Legislation -- Rotterdam Rules -- Conclusion -- Appendix A Piracy in International Law -- Appendix B Charterparty Piracy Clauses -- Appendix C Criminal Law Provisions -- Appendix D Marine Insurance Act 1906 -- Appendix E Hull and Cargo Clauses -- Appendix F Bills of Lading Provisions -- Appendix G Legislation on Digital Signatures and Certification Authorities Electronic Signatures Regulations 2002 -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC1244850
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (364 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781135116255
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1244850
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1244850
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10728252
  • (OCoLC)852758158

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