Brotchie v. The Karie T, No. T-2369-93 (F.C.T.D.)

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In this matter the Court confirmed that the normal order of priorities upon the sale of an arrested vessel is as follows: first, to the Admiralty Marshall for reasonable charges and disbursements; second, to holders of maritime liens such as those arising out of a collision; and third, to holders of registered mortgages.

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Van Halderen v. Canada 3000 Airlines Ltd., [1994] B.C.J. No. 2795.

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The Plaintiff flew from Vancouver to Costa Rica return with the Defendant airline. The Plaintiff’s luggage was not delivered to him on his return to Vancouver. The Plaintiff did not have the usual baggage tags but his ticket was marked indicating he checked two bags. He sued the Defendant to recover the value of the contents of the bags. The …

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George Straith Ltd. v. Air Canada, 1991 CanLII 999

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The Plaintiff purchased three cartons of sweaters in Scotland and the seller arranged the shipment through Rockwood International Freight Ltd. The three cartons were delivered to the Defendant, Air Canada, at Heathrow Airport in London and consigned to Rockwood International Freight Inc. at Vancouver. When the three cartons were received, one had been opened and taped and 19 of the …

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Air Canada v. Demond, (April 19, 1990) No. 60317 (N.S.Co. Ct.)

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The Plaintiff, Air Canada, contracted to deliver video equipment to Concept Music Video in Newfoundland. The Defendant, who had contracted to buy the video equipment from Concept Music Video, instructed Air Canada to transship the equipment from Newfoundland to Halifax for pickup by it. Air Canada did as requested. Concept Music Video then made a claim against Air Canada for …

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