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Nur Hijazi Bin Jaffar

T: +65 6622 9650 M: +65 8725 7660 Email Nur Hijazi Bin | Vcard Office: Singapore

Nur Hijazi Bin Jaffar Associate

Contact details

Nur Hijazi Bin Jaffar

T: +65 6622 9650 M: +65 8725 7660 Email Nur Hijazi Bin | Vcard Office: Singapore

Hijazi is an associate in the dispute resolution practice with a particular focus on marine and international trade. He has extensive experience advising clients across a board range of commercial shipping disputes and admiralty matters. 
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Hijazi has acted for P&I Clubs, commodity traders, owners, charterers and various shipping companies on both dry and wet shipping matters. His experience extends to both Singapore court litigation and international arbitration in various jurisdictions, including Singapore and London.

Hijazi graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2016 and was admitted to the Singapore Bar in 2017. Prior to joining Stephenson Harwood, Hijazi worked at a local law firm, advising on shipping and international trade disputes.

Hijazi is fluent in English and Malay and spoken Bahasa Indonesia.

  • International arbitration
  • Shipping litigation

Acting for a provider of marine solutions for offshore and gas in a SIAC arbitration over the installation of offshore cranes on board offshore vessels.

Acting for a commodity trading company in a LCIA arbitration in relation to claims arising from sale of coal.

Acting for a shipbuilding and repair company in a SIAC arbitration on various claims for unpaid invoices for repair work rendered.

More: International arbitration

Acting for the owners of a container vessel on the potential liability arising out of the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage following a collision with another container vessel.

Acting for The International Group P&I Clubs in matters involving claims for unpaid crew wages, and issues arising from payment of ransom to secure the release of a hijacked vessel and her kidnapped crew members.

Acting for shipowners and charterers on various cargo / bill of lading claims.

Acting for a provider of marine solutions for offshore and gas in a SIAC arbitration over the installation of offshore cranes on board offshore vessels.

Acting for bunker trading companies on claims against owners / ship management companies for unpaid bunkers.

Acting for a shipbuilding and repair company on various claims for unpaid invoices for repair work rendered.

Acting for a major bunker supplier in respect of various claims brought by financing banks on the issue of assigned invoice receivables in excess of US$10 million.

Acting for international container shipping and ocean freight providers, commodity trading companies and freight forwarding companies on various claims arising from cargo damage, cargo loss and demurrage and detention charges for abandoned cargo.

  • Shipping

Acting for the owners of a container vessel in a matter concerning potential liability arising out of the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage following a collision with another container vessel.

Acting for and advising International Group P&I Clubs in matters involving claims for unpaid crew wages pursuant to the Maritime Labour Convention, issues arising from payment of ransom to secure the release of a hijacked vessel and her kidnapped crew members.

Acting and advising various shipowners and charterers on various cargo / bill of lading claims

Acting for a provider of marine solutions for offshore and gas in a SIAC arbitration concerning a dispute over the installation of offshore cranes on board offshore vessels in excess of US$12 million.

Acting for various bunker trading companies in respect of claims being brought against owners / ship management companies for unpaid bunkers.

Acting for and advising a shipbuilding and repair company on various claims for unpaid invoices for repair work rendered.

Acting for and advising a major bunker supplier in respect of various claims brought by financing banks on the issue of assigned invoice receivables in excess of US$10 million.

Acting for and advising major international container shipping and ocean freight providers, commodity trading companies and freight forwarding companies on various claims arising from cargo damage, cargo loss and demurrage and detention charges for abandoned cargo.

More: Shipping

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