Globalia Business Travel S.A.U. (formerly TravelPlan S.A.U.) of Spain v Fulton Shipping Inc of Panama (The New Flamenco)  UKSC 43
The English Supreme Court decided in June how damages should be calculated when owners hit with early redelivery then do better than would otherwise have been expected.
After early redelivery in 2007 in breach of charterparty, owners then sold the vessel. They claimed for net loss of profit for hire from actual redelivery until the agreed redelivery date in 2009. Charterers argued that:
The Supreme Court concluded owners could still claim their full net loss of profit as the sale had not been caused by the early redelivery itself. This will be welcome news to owners.
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