Cases and Materials on the Carriage of Goods by Sea
Together with commentary, this work offers an up-to-date collection of cases and materials dealing with the English laws of the carriage of goods by sea. It begins by examining the basic obligation of a sea carrier including the important implied duties to provide a sea-worthy ship and not to deviate from the contractual route. The book then covers the major areas of voyage charters, time charters and bills of lading, as well as such matters as responsibility, exclusion and limitation of liability. It also provides a collection of legislative material and standard form contracts.
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STATUTORY EXCLUSION AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
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