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Canada lifts Sanctions vs Côte d’Ivoire and Liberia

The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, announced that Canada is repealing its sanctions against Côte d’Ivoire and Liberia under the United Nations Act. Pursuant to United Nations Security Council resolutions 2283 (Côte d’Ivoire) and 2288 (Liberia), and based on … Continue reading

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Interim Rules Concern Canadian Drone Operators

While anticipated regulations have not yet been published, the Minister has provided an Interim Order restricting the flight of recreational drones in Canada. Continue reading

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Dual Nationals Cautioned on US Travel

Executive Order banning entry to US for Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen, causes confusion, litigation; risk for dual-citizens. Continue reading

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Yang Min, Hyundai Marine receive Bailouts

On January 25th the Government of the Republic of Korea announced a bailout package worth approximately USD$660 million for Hyundai Merchant Marine Co. Ltd., just two months after Taiwan announced $1.9 billion for its struggling carriers Evergreen and Yang Min. Continue reading

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Compulsory Insurance for Vessels carrying Passengers

The Government of Canada has published amendments to the Marine Liability Act  which will bring into force a system of compulsory insurance for all vessels in Canada that carry passengers. The MLA contains a comprehensive liability regime for losses arising from the carriage … Continue reading

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Ontario Court of Appeal applies “Strong” test for contractual jurisdiction

The Ontario Court of Appeal recently confirmed that parties who enter into contractual arrangements that include a forum selection clause must show strong cause why they should not be enforced if suit is brought in Ontario contrary to the agreement. … Continue reading

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Sydney, Nova Scotia, eyed for Deepwater Container Port

According to a Monday Dec. 12th press release,  Sydney Harbour Investment Partners (SHIP)  has come to an agreement with Ports America for the promotion and development of a proposed deepwater marine container facility in Sydney, NS, to be known as Novaporte. In … Continue reading

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‘Never E Nuff’ Issues in Cross-Border Mortgage Enforcement

Facts: The plaintiff, a US bank, had lent an American individual (McMahon) USD$146,390 for the purchase of the  “Never E Nuff” , a 38-foot pleasure craft, and had registered the mortgage with the US Coast Guard in 2007. In 2008 … Continue reading

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Hanjin Bankruptcy: What Forwarders need to Know

On 2 September 2016 Hanjin Line declared bankruptcy and a Receiver has been appointed under Korean law. The sudden collapse of one of the major global steamship lines has sent shockwaves through the supply chain as the Receivers, Hanjin’s partners, … Continue reading

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Can Maritime Lien be Extended by Contract?

Ref: In re: World Imports Ltd. et al. 15-1498 (3d Cir. April 20, 2016) In this recent decision of the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, the NVOC claimed a contractual lien over goods in transit for all debts … Continue reading

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