The paper analyzes the judgment in a case in which the owner and the crew of an artisanal fishing vessel entered what the General Act of Fisheries and Aquaculture calls a “contract or partnership at parts”. The plaintiff crew brought an action for enforcement of this contract, requesting that the shipowner be ordered to pay the difference of a final liquidation of the fishing for several seasons, as well as its share in the sale of the catch quota to a third party. The commentary highlights the difficulties raised by the distinction between contracts which distributes a percentage of the profit of the business between parties, and partnerships, as well as the (contingent) place of legal entity in the latter.
|Translated title of the contribution
|CONTRACT AT PARTS BETWEEN THE OWNER AND THE CREW OF AN ARTISANAL FISHING VESSEL
|Number of pages
|Revista Chilena de Derecho Privado
|Published - Jul 2023
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