Marlex Petroleum Inc. v. The Har Rai,  1 S.C.R. 57
The Ship "Har Rai" (Defendant) Appellant
Marlex Petroleum, Inc. (Plaintiff) Respondent
The Shipping Corporation of India Ltd. (Defendant)
indexed as: marlex petroleum inc. v. har rai (the)
File No.: 18595.
1986: December 17, 18; 1987: January 29.
Present: Dickson C.J. and Beetz, Estey, McIntyre, Chouinard*, Lamer and Wilson JJ.
*Chouinard J. took no part in the judgment.
on appeal from the federal court of appeal
Maritime law ‑‑ Liens ‑‑ Action in rem to enforce a maritime lien for necessaries arising under foreign law ‑‑ Owner of the vessel not liable in personam for the necessaries ‑‑ Lien enforceable by action in rem in Canada.
Held: The appeal should be dismissed.
APPEAL from a judgment of the Federal Court of Appeal,  2 F.C. 345, 4 D.L.R. (4th) 739, 53 N.R. 1, allowing respondent's appeal from a judgment of Mahoney J.,  2 F.C. 617, dismissing an in rem action. Appeal dismissed.
P. D. Lowry and J. W. Perrett, for the appellant.
Duncan W. Shaw, Q.C., and R. Glenn Morgan, for the respondent.
The following is the judgment delivered by
1. The Court--We are all in agreement with the reasons for judgment delivered by the Federal Court of Appeal, 
2 F.C. 345, 4 D.L.R. (4th) 739, 53 N.R. 1.
The appeal is dismissed with costs.
Appeal dismissed with costs.
Solicitors for the appellant: Campney & Murphy, Vancouver.
Solicitors for the respondent: Davis & Company, Vancouver.