1 Lloyds Rep 341 Gavin Kealey – Charter-party (Voyage)-Contract of affreightment- Bunker escalation clause-Claimants submitted invoices for increased costs of bunkers-Vessels in question neither owned by nor demised to claimants-Whether principles of course of dealing, estoppel waiver or restitutio in integrum applied-Whether special case should be remitted-Essovoy 1969.
 AC 351;  2 Lloyd’s Rep. 305 Timothy Saloman – Sale of goods (f.o.b.) – Prohibition of export – Force majeure – Sugar sold to English merchants by Polish state enterprise – Clause in contract excusing non-delivery caused by force majeure including government intervention – Export of sugar forbidden by decree of Polish government […]
 1 Lloyds Rep 269 Gavin Kealey – Bunking-Letter of credit-Bill of lading-Date on bill of lading altered-Whether allegation of fraud made out-Whether letter of credit amended- Whether defendants entitled to refuse payments against document presented.
 2 Lloyd’s Rep.;  3 WLR 39  QB 917;  3 All ER 104 Timothy Saloman – Bill of Exchange – Notice of dishonour – Claim by holder for payment – Dishonoured bill of exchange returned to drawer by holder in due course – Drawer applying as holder of bill for summary judgment […]
 1 Lloyd’sRep. 184 Timothy Saloman was involved in this practice-Action in rem-Jurisdiction- Whether vessel beneficially owned by defendants- Whether writ and all subsequent proceedings should be set aside for lack of jurisdiction- Whether cargo-owners’ action time barred- Administration of Justice Act, 1956, s.3(4)- R.S.C., O. 18, r. 19.