M.V. HAN HUI 

  • Vessel m.v. Han Hui ordered to be arrested by the Bombay High Court jumps arrest at Mumbai Port arrested at Mundra

    British Virgin Islands based Bunker supplier, KTB Oil Corporation initiated legal action in the Bombay High Court for their unpaid bunker dues for supplies of bunker oil made at Masan Port to vessel m.v. Han Hui.  Since payments were not made to KTB Oil Corporation for the supplies their lawyer issued a legal notice demanding payment but there was no response therefore they instructed Indian solicitor firm, Brus Chambers for initiating legal action and obtaining order of arrest of the vessel m.v. Han Hui.  Dr. Shrikant Hathi and Ms. Binita Hathi of Brus Chambers prepared the pleadings overnight and filed the admiralty suit and moved the Admiralty judge the Hon'ble Mr. Justice S.J. Kathawala on August 14, 2013 the next day and obtained an order of arrest of the vessel lying at Mumbai Port. The order of arrest was effected upon Mumbai Port Trust and all authorities. The Sheriff of Mumbai and the attorney were later informed  that the vessel sailed out from Mumbai port and the next port of call of the vessel was not known to Mumbai port.  Dr. Hathi tracked the vessel using satellite AIS services, the vessel was found heading towards Mundra.  Officer from the  Sheriff of Mumbai along with a representative from the law firm reached Mundra and have arrested the vessel lying at Adani Port & SEZ Ltd at Mundra.    

     

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