Shipping&maritime law 货运和海商法
1.If the carrier issues a bill of lading for which there are no goods, the carrier is likely to be liable to the holder.
2.In case of quarantine the property may be discharged at the risk and expense of owners into quarantine depot or elsewhere.
3.Nothing in this section shall limit the right of the carrier to require the prepayment or guarantee of the charges.
4.The adjustment of general average is governed by the rules agreed by the parties to it.
5.The owner or consigner shall pay the freight and average and all other lawful charges accruing on said property.
6.The Seller shall not be responsible for the delay of shipment of non-delivery of the goods due to force majeure.
7.The shipment came with fake documentation.
8.The shipper shall hold the carriers harmless from any expense they may incur.
9.The warehouse claims a lien for all lawful charges for storage and preservation of the goods.
10.Where delivery is made by a common carrier by water the foregoing provisions of this Act shall apply.
1.If prosecutorial misconduct results in a mistrial, a later prosecution may be barred.
2.In Great Britain, the Attorney General prosecutes for the Grown in certain cases.
3.In some places, public prosecutors are elected rather than appointed.
4.Not every violation of law can be prosecuted, and prosecutors have wide discretion in deciding which to prosecute and which to drop.
5.Please call your first witness, Mr. Prosecutor.
6.The district attorney was appointed to represent the state in criminal cases.
7.The independent counsel is in charge of the investigation of the political scandal.
8.The prosecuting attorney represents the government in instituting and proceeding with criminal actions.
9.The prosecutor decided to pursue the case to the end.
10.The public prosecutor must prove the defendant's act was the proximate cause of the injury.
1.He was booked for driving on the wrong side of the road.
2.Driving under the influence of alcohol is severely forbidden.
3.Every one should observe the traffic regulations.
4.Homicide by automobile is a special category of homicide recognized in some states.
5.Mary was fined $10 for speeding.
6.The driver had an excessive amount of alcohol in his blood.
7.The guidelines lay down rules for dealing with traffic offences.
8.The tribunal's terms of reference do not cover traffic offences.
9.The traffic court has jurisdiction over violation of statutes governing the use of roads and motor vehicles.
10.Traffic police is a section of the police concerned with problems on the road.
1.Before the lessor signs the lease, the lessee must receive a copy of the contract.
2.Do you have sufficient cover for this loan?
3.For the loan, he could have a lien placed on your home.
4.The legitimate loan relationships are protected by law.
5.She wanted to use a loan to buy a new home.
6.The term of the loan is fifteen years.
7.We have a short lease on our current premises.
8.They were granted the lease on condition that they paid the legal costs.
9.The leases are coterminous.
10.The interest on a loan may not be deducted from the principal in advance.
1.After six hours' questioning by the police the accused man confessed.
2.At this point the police interfered.
3.He is wanted by the police.
4.The chief Constable applied for an order of mandamus directing the justices to rehear the case.
5.The confession was extracted under torture by the police.
6.The police are close to solving the crime.
7.The police were accused of tampering with the evidence.
8.The post mortem was carried out or was conducted by the police pathologist.
9.The thief surrendered himself to the police.
10.When he offered to give information to the police, he was granted immunity fromprosecution.
1.If the contract is null and void, the remedy is to rescind and to put the parties in the position in which they were prior to the attempted agreement.
2.If the statute of limitations has run, the plaintiff is without redress.
3.In pleading, a party may request alternative relief.
4.Penal redress requires full compensation of the injured person as an instrument for punishing the offender.
5.The act expressly provides for injunctive relief.
6.The classic remedy for copyright infringement is equitable relief.
7.The judge deemed it sufficient to compensate the plaintiff, making an equitable remedy unnecessary.
8.The lender has a remedy either in court or through repossession of the car.
9.The most common of legal remedy is damages.
10.We have to consider specific performance and other equitable remedies.