Time Charter Parties (Legal Aspects) Online Seminar

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    Dates: 06, 08, 13 & 15 February 2024

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    Duration: 4 Online Sessions

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    Hours: 19:30 – 21:30 (GMT +2)

  • Fees: 450 € (Including tuition fees& reading material)
    ICS Members are eligible to a 20% discount on all HMC Professional Maritime Seminars


Key Topics

  • Types of Time Charter Parties
  • Main legal principles of time chartering, including the various types, clauses and requirements
  • Terms, conditions, and obligations of a time charter contract
  • Assessment and management of contracts
  • Legal and financial aspects of chartering and analyse a time charter contract.
  • Analyse and interpret the impact of decarbonisation and how this afects the commercial relationship in time chartering agreements.
  • Legal implications of disputes and the legal remedies available in time chartering
  • The role of legal aspects in the pre-fixtrure stage
  • Critical thinking development and problem-solving skills using case studies
  • Workshop Session
Ideal for:
Operations & Chartering Executives, Charterers, Commercial Managers, Operations & Chartering Executives, Brokers & Traders, Marine Insurance & Claims executives, Legal Professionals, Maritime Industry experts

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Tutor & CV Resume

Georgia Botsiou, Legal Director, and Insurance Manager

Georgia is a dedicated and accomplished Marine Insurance and Legal Manager with a proven track record in the shipping industry. She currently holds the position of Legal Director and Insurance Manager in Group of Shipping Companies managing a fleet of bulk carriers and chemical tankers. She is responsible for all legal-related aspects of the group, successfully handling all types of claims including but not limited to bunker, cargo, performance, shipbuilding, pollution, salvage, insurance claims as well as charter party claims and disputes, arbitrations, litigations, along with ship- financing, new building contracts, second hand S&P – MOAs, closings etc., formation of ship-owing companies, ship registration, insurances: Hull, P&I and FD&D, WR, K&R placing, renewals. Previously she held the position of Insurance and Claims Manager in two major shipping companies. Georgia holds an LLM in Maritime Law and an MA in Shipping Business. She speaks fluently English, Greek, French and Italian. She has extensive experience in teaching and professional development training on topics related to marine insurance, maritime law, chartering and S&P.