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Yacht Group advises on purchase of 40m superyacht - 26.05.2010
 
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Grain trader loses right to challenge GAFTA arbitration award on jurisdiction - 25.05.2010
 
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Yacht Group advises on sale of 35m expedition yacht - 03.05.2010
 
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Measure of damages recoverable for anticipatory repudiatory breach of sale contract - 30.04.2010
 
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Ince & Co in Singapore wins Seatrade Asia Maritime Law Award - 30.04.2010
 
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Yacht group advises on sale of 52m superyacht - 23.04.2010
 
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Sharia Law: non-compliance and enforcement of contracts governed by English Law - 20.04.2010
 
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Owning a Superyacht in the UAE: new regulations for the large private yacht sector - 06.04.2010
 
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Paying Ransoms - could the US make this more difficult? - 16.03.2010
 
According to a number of reports in trade press and recent comments from the US State Department, the US administration seems to be flying a kite to test national and industry reaction to an initiative which may use existing UN Resolutions and the US OFAC (Office of Foreign Assets Control) Regulations (“Regulations”) to allow them to take action, including the banning of ships involved from US ports, against shipowners who pay ransoms to Somali pirates....
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First insurance partner for Ince & Co Singapore - 02.03.2010
 
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