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• If a risk is notorious and Owners do not exclude the port/cargo, must Owners be deemed to have accepted the risk?
• After the “Kos”  UKSC 17, what causal relation is required between Charterers’ order and Owners’ loss?
• Will Owners’ loss not be covered by the indemnity if the loss would not have occurred but for the crew’s negligence, or only if the negligence was the dominant cause of the loss, or what?
• What is the relation of the general/implied indemnity to other/express clauses of the charterparty?
• Is the indemnity only there to fill the gaps not dealt with by the express clauses of the charterparty, or only to deal with changes in risks after the fixture was agreed?
• If Owners do not succeed on an unsafe port claim can they take a second bite at the cherry and recover an indemnity for Charterers’ order to go to the port?
• Is the “George C Lemos” (Mustill J, 1979)  2 Lloyd’s Rep 107 still good law?
The Rt Hon. Lord Justice Aikens
David Martin-Clark - Arbitrator at Stone Chambers
Hill Dickinson LLP
6.00pm - 8.00pm
This event will be accredited for 2 CPD points