The Law of General Average, English and Foreign

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Stevens and Sons, 1888 - Average (Maritime law) - 696 pages

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Page 668 - ... values shall be added the amount made good as general average for property sacrificed...
Page 346 - Jurisdiction over any Claim by the Owner or Consignee or Assignee of any Bill of Lading of any Goods carried into any Port in England or Wales in any Ship, for Damage done to the Goods or any Part thereof by the Negligence or Misconduct of or for any Breach of Duty or Breach of Contract on the Part of the Owner, Master, or Crew of the Ship...
Page 671 - Rule XVII — -Contributory Values The contribution to a general average shall be made upon the actual net values of the property at the termination of the adventure...
Page 669 - ... and have not been allowed as general average; deduction being also made from the value of the property of all charges incurred in respect thereof subsequently to the general average act, except such charges as are allowed in general average. Passengers' luggage and personal effects not shipped under bill of lading shall not contribute in general average.
Page 323 - No right to wages shall be dependent on the earning of freight ; and every seaman and apprentice who would be entitled to demand and recover any wages if the ship in which he has served had earned freight, shall, subject to all other rules of law and conditions applicable to the case...
Page 683 - No cleaning and painting of bottom to be allowed, if the bottom has not been painted within six months previous to the date of the accident.
Page 675 - In payment of the amount claimed by the shipowner as due for freight or other charges in respect of the said goods : 5.
Page 668 - ... When a ship shall have entered a port or place of refuge, or shall have returned to her port or place of loading in consequence of accident, sacrifice or other extraordinary circumstances, which render that necessary for the common safety, the expenses of entering such port or place shall be admitted as general average ; and when she shall have sailed thence with her original cargo, or a part of it...
Page 200 - All loss which arises in consequence of extraordinary sacrifices made, or expenses incurred for the preservation of the ship and cargo, comes within general average, and must be borne proportionably by all who are interested.
Page 671 - Loss or damage caused by cutting away the wreck or remains of spars or of other things which have previously been carried away by sea-peril, shall not be made good as general average.

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