The Future Express Essay

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Future Express, The Future Express, The
Court of Appeal (Civil Division) 29 July 1993

Case Analysis
Where Reported Case Digest
[1993] 2 Lloyd's Rep. 542 Subject: Shipping Keywords: Bills of lading; Cargo; Delivery; Insolvency Summary: Bill of lading; c & f contract; bank named as consignee; property passing separately from bill; buyer insolvent; delivery of cargo without production of bill; whether bank becoming pledgee of goods; whether bank having title to sue; whether shipowner liable for misdelivery Abstract: In 1985, shipowners delivered cargo to a c & f buyer, without production of the bills of lading, after being given an indemnity by the seller. The contract between the buyer and seller provided for property in the
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Appellate History

Queen's Bench Division (Admiralty Court)


Future Express, The [1992] 2 Lloyd's Rep. 79 Affirmed by Court of Appeal (Civil Division) Future Express, The [1993] 2 Lloyd's Rep. 542

All Cases Cited

Mitsui & Co Ltd v Novorossiysk Shipping Co (The Gudermes) [1993] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 311; CA (Civ Div) Margarine Union GmbH v Cambay Prince Steamship Co (The Wear Breeze) [1969] 1 Q.B. 219; [1967] 3 W.L.R. 1569; [1967] 3 All E.R. 775; [1967] 2 Lloyd's Rep. 315; (1967) 111 S.J. 943; QBD (Comm) Barclays Bank Ltd v Customs and Excise Commissioners [1963] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 81; QBD (Comm) Official Assignee of Madras v Mercantile Bank of India Ltd [1935] A.C. 53; PC (Ind) Hannam v Arp (1928) 30 Ll. L.

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