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New niche law firm for superyacht finance

New niche law firm for superyacht finance

Pawel Wysocki and Fergal Quinn from Hill Dickinson and Ed Woollam of Campbell Johnson Clark have launched a new boutique law firm with a marine and aviation offering. WQW Ltd (Wysocki Quinn Woollam) advises on the acquisition and financing of

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Building a yacht in Germany: Which law should you choose?

Building a yacht in Germany: Which law should you choose?

Tim Schommer, Ince & Co, explains a buyer’s freedom to choose English or German law when building a yacht in Germany.  Photo: Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany  Newbuild contracts for yachts are often subject to English law, which is commonly chosen

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What “as is where is” really means in yacht sale contracts

What “as is where is” really means in yacht sale contracts

Jamilia Khan, Ince & Co, analyses terms of yacht sale contracts. The commercial understanding of the phrases “as is” or “as is where is” has always been that a buyer must take a yacht in the condition in which she is

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How good claims can be invalidated

How good claims can be invalidated

Richard Hugg, Ince & Co, explains how good claims can be invalidated by passing false information to your insurer. In a 2014 judgment of considerable significance (Versloot Dredging BV v. HDI Gerling and others (DC Merwestone), the English Court of

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