Mosquito Creek Marina v. Malecek, 2006 BCPC 139

In Docks Wharves and Marinas on (Updated )

In this matter the Defendant had moored her pleasure vessel at the Plaintiff’s marina for a number of years. During that time moorage was paid, sometimes in cash, to the marina’s bookkeeper. The bookkeeper had apparently not been recording all payments received and was fired. The new bookkeeper after reviewing the books determined the Defendant owed $15,000 in back moorage …

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False Creek Harbour Authority v. The "Shoda", 2002 FCT 275

In Maritime Liens, Mortgages & Priorities on (Updated )

This was an action for outstanding moorage and miscellaneous charges. The moorage agreement required, inter alia, that the vessel owner not cause a nuisance or disturbance and provided that in the event the owner breached the terms of the agreement the Harbour Authority could seize the vessel and exercise a warehouseman’s lien pursuant to the provincial Warehouseman’s Lien Act. In …

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