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Anselmo Reyes

Another senior judge to leave judiciary

The judiciary will lose another senior judge in the next three months with the departure of Admiralty judge Mr Justice Anselmo Reyes to a teaching position at the University of Hong Kong.

Wednesday, 27 June, 2012, 12:00am

Fuel supplier loses US$4m bid against Argentine firm

A mainland marine fuel supplier has failed in its bid to secure claims for unpaid bills totalling more than US$4 million against an Argentine shipping company.

Chimbusco Pan Nation Petro-Chemical, which is owned by Cosco and PetroChina, had claimed US$4.22 million for fuel supplied to the dry cargo ship Decurion and 10 other ships it said were controlled by Maruba SCA.

8 May 2012 - 12:00am

Supply firms face wait for payment on fuel bills

A mainland marine fuel supply company and other creditors owed more than US$9.7 million in unpaid bills by foreign ship owners face an indefinite wait for their cash following a ruling in the appeal court yesterday.

Chimbusco Pan Nation Petro-Chemical, which is part owned by Cosco and PetroChina, may also see any payment substantially cut.

1 Feb 2012 - 12:00am

Mainland court may rehear ship crash case

A dispute over a ship collision that was the first of its kind to be heard in Hong Kong's Admiralty Court could be reheard on the mainland.

7 Sep 2011 - 12:00am

Order to sell ship so crew are paid

Twenty crew members on board an oil tanker anchored near Kau Yi Chau were a step closer to getting US$149,035 in unpaid wages yesterday after Admiralty judge Mr Justice Anselmo Reyes ordered the appraisal and sale of the ship to settle outstanding bills.

6 Aug 2011 - 12:00am

Judge orders seized ship sold to pay bill

A container ship seized in Hong Kong since August will finally be sold to settle unpaid fuel bills owed to a subsidiary of PetroChina.

Mr Justice Anselmo Reyes ordered the judicial sale of the 64,200 deadweight tonne ship, Decurion, yesterday after he rejected a last-ditch attempt by lawyers acting on behalf of the Argentinian owner of the vessel to postpone the disposal.

19 Mar 2011 - 12:00am

BHP unit moves to recoup US$39m

The Swiss subsidiary of Australian iron ore miner BHP Billiton was given the green light yesterday to take enforcement action in Hong Kong against shipping company Transfield ER Cape to recover about US$39 million owed in failed ship charters.

10 Jul 2010 - 12:00am

Police probe alleged assault

Police have launched an investigation into an alleged assault on a female reporter by the son of a former police deputy commissioner near the High Court in Admiralty yesterday.

25 Nov 2009 - 12:00am

Advert ban on doctors ruled unconstitutional

Judge says Medical Council regulations breach the Basic Law

The Medical Council ban on advertising by doctors breaches the Basic Law, a court ruled yesterday.

Mr Justice Anselmo Reyes in the Court of First Instance found that sections of the council's code on professional conduct violated free speech provisions. But he did not overturn the rules.

12 Aug 2006 - 12:00am

School must close class, judge rules

Policy designed to stop low enrolment does not deny children a quality education, he says, and makes better use of resources

A school has lost its legal battle to keep its Primary One class running for this school year, after a recent government decision to scrap such classes that are under-enrolled.

3 Sep 2005 - 12:00am