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The ASBATANKVOY was first published by A.S.B.A. in October 1977. A.S.B.A. did not develop the form but, as will be explained, took it over from Exxon, as the company was then known. Exxon had used the identical form, including the arbitration clause, since 1969 in its form known as the EXXONVOY 1969. This form was used not only by Exxon but by many [..]
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The ASBATANKVOY was first published by A.S.B.A. in October 1977. A.S.B.A. did not develop the form but, as will be explained, took it over from Exxon, as the company was then known. Exxon had used the identical form, including the arbitration clause, since 1969 in its form known as the EXXONVOY 1969. This form was used not only by Exxon but by many [..]
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The ASBATANKVOY was first published by A.S.B.A. in October 1977. A.S.B.A. did not develop the form but, as will be explained, took it over from Exxon, as the company was then known. Exxon had used the identical form, including the arbitration clause, since 1969 in its form known as the EXXONVOY 1969. This form was used not only by Exxon but by many [..]
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The ASBATANKVOY was first published by A.S.B.A. in October 1977. A.S.B.A. did not develop the form but, as will be explained, took it over from Exxon, as the company was then known. Exxon had used the identical form, including the arbitration clause, since 1969 in its form known as the EXXONVOY 1969. This form was used not only by Exxon but by many [..]
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The ASBATANKVOY was first published by A.S.B.A. in October 1977. A.S.B.A. did not develop the form but, as will be explained, took it over from Exxon, as the company was then known. Exxon had used the identical form, including the arbitration clause, since 1969 in its form known as the EXXONVOY 1969. This form was used not only by Exxon but by many [..]
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The ASBATANKVOY was first published by A.S.B.A. in October 1977. A.S.B.A. did not develop the form but, as will be explained, took it over from Exxon, as the company was then known. Exxon had used the identical form, including the arbitration clause, since 1969 in its form known as the EXXONVOY 1969. This form was used not only by Exxon but by many [..]
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The ASBATANKVOY was first published by A.S.B.A. in October 1977. A.S.B.A. did not develop the form but, as will be explained, took it over from Exxon, as the company was then known. Exxon had used the identical form, including the arbitration clause, since 1969 in its form known as the EXXONVOY 1969. This form was used not only by Exxon but by many [..]
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Bail


Personal security provided by a defendant to the court to prevent the arrest of a ship or to secure its release from arrest. The security takes the form of a bail bond, in which the sureties submit to the jurisdiction of the court and undertake that if the defendants does not pay what may be adjudged against them or what is agreed by settlement, ex [..]
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Breakbulk ships


Breakbulk ships, also called general cargo ships, are multipurpose vessels that transport cargos of nonuniform sizes, often on pallets. The inboard space on these ships is usually divided longitudinally by transverse bulkheads into a series of cargo compartments of approximately equal volume. The cargo on a breakbulk ship is handled through large r [..]
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breaking bulk


At common law the general rule was that no dishonest or wrongful act whatever done by a bailee during the bailment could be a trespass or theft, unless in the case of certain acts which were held to destroy the identity of the subject of the bailment, and consequently the bailment itself. Thus, where a bailee of a package or bulk took things out of [..]
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