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Bankruptcy and Diligence etc. (Scotland) Act 2007

New section 47G – Ranking of arresting creditor of demise charterer in sequestration or winding up of owner

805.New section 47G provides that a creditor of a demise charterer who has arrested the chartered ship on the dependence of an action against the demise charterer will be entitled to claim a dividend or preference (if any) resulting from the sale of the ship in the event of the ship’s owner being sequestrated or wound up. The creditor has no rights over the proceeds of sale of any other asset belonging to the owner. Subsection (3) applies the provisions of the 1985 Act and the Insolvency Act 1986, which have the effect of equalising diligences executed within 60 days before a sequestration or winding up, to an arrestment against a demise charterer where the ship owner is sequestrated or wound up.

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