Shipping & Transport

16 June 2021

What constitute good reasons for an order to sell a vessel pendente lite?

Pursuant to the Rules of Court 2012, the high courts have inherent jurisdiction to order the appraisement and sale pendente lite of a vessel arrested by a high court sheriff as security for a plaintiff's claim. It is trite law that the court will not make an order for sale pendente lite without good reason. This article examines the basis for such an order which was recently issued by a high court.

Rajasingam Gothandapani Author: Rajasingam Gothandapani

Malaysia | Shearn Delamore & Co

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