Grand Pollux Inc., Panama v. Finnish Seamen's Union, Helsinki Boycott — damages — industrial action — ITF Special Agreement — seamen HEADNOTES Facts In July 1981 the Finnish Seamen's Union (hereinafter the Seamen's Union) declared a boycott of the dry-goods bulk carrier M.V. Sun Pollux, owned by the Grand Pollux Inc. company and registered in the Republic of Panama, while the said vessel was in port at Hamina in Finland taking on a load of timber. The Seamen's Union stated as the grounds for their boycott that: (1) The crew of the Sun Pollux had not been paid the wages due to them under the ITF Special Agreement (hereinafter the ITF Agreement) agreed between United Fair Agencies Ltd (as employer) and a labour organization called the International Transport Workers' Federation (hereinafter the ITF) on 25 October 1980 to apply to the Sun Pollux and to be operative from 14 July 1980 to 13 July 1981. (2) It was known that the crew of another vessel called the M.V. Sun Castor had also not been paid wages in accordance with a similar ITF Agree- ment applying to that vessel. According to the claims of the Seamen's Union the Grand
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Published: Jan 1, 1987
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