Congentra Ag v Sixteen Thirteen Marine Sa (‘the Nicholas M’): ComC 15 Jul 2008

Applications for dismissal of interim freezing order and for continuance. Order not set aside. The claim was for a freezing order to support a claim for recovery of damage to goods being transported. The court now considered an allegation that the order had been made on the basis of a misrepresentation of a telephone call. It had been said that threats had been made, but a recording had shown this to be untrue.
Flaux J
[2008] EWHC 1615 (Comm), [2008] 2 CLC 51, [2008] 2 Lloyd’s Rep 602, [2009] 1 All ER (Comm) 479
England and Wales
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Updated: 12 March 2021; Ref: scu.270815