A financial flavour to this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly with a look at Events of Default under a loan facility and a decision on the requisite knowledge for a financial services offence. We also cover a judgment that adds to the developing case law in relation to digital currency and another confirming the importance of enforcement of arbitration awards.
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The cases covered in Commercial Disputes Weekly 111 give guidance on the application of sanctions to a bareboat charter, avoiding a breach of the draft judgment embargo, trusts and claiming losses in relation to investment funds.
The Clydebank Declaration: Green corridors kickstarting the adoption of long-term solutions28 March 2022
This article discusses the objectives of the Clydebank Declaration and highlights the potentially transformative impact of the green corridors on the maritime sector.
This article assesses the imminent changes to landlords’ remedies (including forfeiture) when pursuing rent arrears owed by their commercial tenants.
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‘As is, where is’: Redelivery under Cape Town – the judgment of the High Court of Australia23 March 2022
The obligations of an administrator to redeliver aircraft and engines have been determined by the Australian High Court in the first judgment to consider the interaction between the Cape Town Convention and local insolvency law: Wells Fargo Trust Company, National Association (As Owner Trustee) & Anor v VB Leaseco Pty Ltd (Administrators Appointed) & Ors  HCA 8.
Commodities disputes have kept the courts busy this week and allowed the first reported decision on the implied term that insurers will pay claims within a reasonable period. Commercial Disputes Weekly also looks at a Supreme Court decision on the Housing Act 1985 and a case of enforcement of personal guarantees.
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This article explores how hotel owners and investors are addressing ESG compliance ahead of upcoming legislation, helping to avoid the risk of stranded assets.