Posts from January 2020

Seeking to prevent the spread of formerly incurable diseases, in centuries past a port would bar a vessel until it promised that it carried no communicable sickness. 
Demurrage disputes mostly involve contests on the validity of tender of NOR, consideration of an SOF, exceptions to time counting, WWDs, WIPON, WIBON and so on, force majeure, and wrangles over claims - and the adequacy of supporting documents - within deadlines set by completion of discharge. 
It is notorious that voyage charterparties bar demurrage claims unless presented, with the necessary documents, within a set time after completion of discharge. This is to allow issues to be investigated before recollections fade and the trail goes cold. 
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