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" But a sum of money payable before the arrival of the ship at her port of discharge, and payable by the shippers of the goods at the port of shipment, does not acquire the legal character of freight, because it is described under that name in a bill of... "
A Handbook on the Law of Shipping and Marine Insurance - Page 130
by John Robb Baxter Bruce, Reginald Cobden Broomfield - 1898 - 200 pages
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Reports of the Cases Relating to Maritime Law: Decided by the Court of ...

Great Britain. Courts, John Crockford - Maritime law - 1864
...shipment, does not acquire the legal character of height because it is described under that name in a Wl of lading, nor does it acquire the legal incidents of freight. It ig in effect money to be paid for taking the goods on board and undertaking to cry, and not for carrying...
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A Selection of Leading Cases on Mercantile and Maritime Law: With Notes

Owen Davies Tudor - Commercial law - 1868 - 1036 pages
...the port of shipment, does not acquire the legal character of freight, because it is described under that name in a bill of lading, nor does it acquire the legal incidents of freight. It is, in effect, 6<J2 CHASE V. WESTMORE. money to be paid for taking the goods on board, and undertaking to carry, and...
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The Law Reports: Appeal cases before the House of Lords (English ..., Volume 1

Law reports, digests, etc - 1876
...the port of shipment, does not acquire the legal character of freight, because it is described under that name in a bill of lading, nor does it acquire...undertaking to carry, and not for carrying them." Manfidd v. Maitland (2) had already established a similar proposition. In this case the 42s. per ton...
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A Treatise on the Law of Merchant Shipping and Freight

James Thomas Foard - Freight and freightage - 1880 - 653 pages
...the port of shipment, does not acquire the legal character of freight because it is described under that name in a bill of lading, nor does it acquire...and undertaking to carry, and not for carrying them " : Manficld v. Maitland, 4 B. & A., 582. This statement is, as to the last sentence, impliedly limited...
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The Journal of Jurisprudence, Volume 26

Hugh Barclay, I. S. H. Laidlaw - Law - 1882
...after sailing vessel lost or not lost was not freight in the proper sense at all, but a sum " to be paid for taking the goods on board and undertaking to carry them." Pearson v. Goschen (17 C. BNS 352, 33 LJCP 265) is another case referred to by the judges in...
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A Dictionary of American and English Law: With Definitions of the Technical ...

Stewart Rapalje, Robert Linn Lawrence - Law - 1883
...for it then ceases to be dependent on the safe delivery of the goods, (Maude & P. Mer. Sh. 2(>9. " It is in effect money to be paid for taking the goods on board and undertaking to carry, not carrying them." Per Blackburn, J., ubi supra, p. 220,) and, therefore, if the goods are lost the...
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A Dictionary of American and English Law: With Definitions of the Technical ...

Stewart Rapalje, Robert Linn Lawrence - Law - 1888
...freight, for it then ceases to be dependent on the safe delivery of the goods, (Maude & P. Mer. Sh. 269. " It is in effect money to be paid for taking the goods on board and undertaking to carry, not carrying them." Per Blackburn, J., ubi supra, p. 220,) and, therefore, if the goods are lost the...
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The Jurisprudence of the Privy Council: Containing a Digest of All the ...

Jean Joseph Beauchamp - Civil law Canada - 1891 - 920 pages
...the port of shipment, does not acquire the legal character of freight, because it is described under that name in a bill of lading, nor does it acquire...taking the goods on board and undertaking to carry, and for carrying them. This was, in substance, decided by the cases of Blakey vs. Dixo/t, 2 Bos. & Pui....
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An Epitome of the Law Relating to Charter-parties and Bills of Lading

Lawrence Duckworth - Bills of lading - 1901 - 160 pages
...acquire the legal character of freight because it was described under that name in the bill of lading; it is, in effect, money to be paid for taking the goods, and undertaking to carry, and not for carrying them. 1 A clause mutually binding the shipowner and...
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An Epitome of the Law Affecting Charter-parties and Bills of Lading

Lawrence Duckworth - Bills of lading - 1904 - 146 pages
...acquire the legal character of freight because it was described under that name in the bill of lading ; it is, in effect, money to be paid for taking the goods, and undertaking to carry, and not for carrying them.1 A clause mutually binding the shipowner and the...
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