An Analysis of Kent's Commentaries

An Analysis of Kent's Commentaries

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ...deteriorated on the voyage. 224 8. When casks were well stowed and their contents were essentially gone by leakage, or inherent waste, or imperfection of the casks. 225 9. Where the freight consists of live stock and some die in the course of the voyage, without any fault or negligence of the master or crew. and there be no express agreement respecting the payment of 226 10. When the ship, by inevitable necessity, is forced into a ort short of her destination, and the freighter will not allow i: e master a reasonable time to repair, or to proceed in another ship. 228 1. Due freight. 1. Where the freighter agrees to pay in proportion to the amount of the goods put on board, and he does not agree to provide a full cargo, the owner can demand payment only for the cargo actually shipped. 219 2. When a general ship or one chartered for freight, to be paid according to the quantity of goods. has performed the whole voyage. andhas brought onl a part of her cargo to the place of destination, freight is due for w at the ship delivers. 227 3. Where the shi has not performed the whole voyage. and the goods have been elivered to the merchant, at a place short of the port of delivery, and he voluntarily accepts the goods at the intermediate port, freight is due according to the proportion of the voyage performed. 229 2. Not Due. 3. In Advance. L 5. Owner's Right of Lien. 1. Genei)-r;(ll--When there is a failure in delivery, at the place of destination, according to the charter party In case of a blockade of, or interdiction of commerce with the port of discharge, after the commencement oi the voyage. 223 3. Where the voyage be broken up and lost, by capture upon the passage. 223 4. If the ship be laden, and be captured before she breaks ground, more

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  • English
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