We know that there are very few solicitor/ law firms in our country practicing admiralty, shipping and maritime more particularly ship arrest or release, we understand this sector is complex and very technical owing to the possibility of wrongful arrest for any mistake whilst strategising arrest, therefore one simply cannot ignore to engage the best or a specialist in this sector.
If you have a claim or a dispute by which admiralty jurisdiction can be invoked to arrest a ship in India please feel free to email, write or call us to check if admiralty jurisdiction can be invoked. You may also check with us if you intend arresting a ship outside India.
A ship can be arrested anywhere in India under admiralty jurisdiction by obtaining order of arrest from the High Court having admiralty jurisdiction. Our shipping team tracks the vessel to be arrested, strategises, prepares the pleadings for ship arrest, files the suit alongwith application for arrest, appears for order of arrest and completes the arrest procedures and also appears from time to time .
Order of arrest of a ship can be obtained from the High Court having admiralty jurisdiction only when the ship is in State territorial water of that respective state at the time of filing of an admiralty suit.
In ship arrest or release matters the firm advise on all types of disputes representing owners, charterers, suppliers, repairers, cargo owners and their insurers, including P & I clubs, banks, financial institution, mortgagors and conducts litigation.
Advice and assistance on all types of disputes and claims, including bunker dues, repairs, casualties, collision, limitation of liability, cargo, charterparty, jurisdiction, conflict of laws, bill of lading, carriage of goods, contract conditions, fire, liens, general average, containers, recoveries, subrogation, casualties, freight forwarders liabilities, multimodal and unimodal, insurance and reinsurance, commercial disputes, recovery of unpaid dues, towage, salvage, pilotage, grounding, commodity disputes, damage done or received by any ship, freight, hire, demurrage, laytime, masters and crew claims, necessaries, supplies, ownership, possession, building, equipping.
Brus Chambers has extensive experience and a global reputation of handling ship arrest and release and all other aspects of maritime matters and has dominated the Indian admiralty and shipping market.
Brus Chambers has practiced maritime law since the establishment of the firm in 1998 and its partners much prior to 1992; today we have a worldwide reputation as specialists in this area. Our partners regularly appear as recommended shipping specialists.