The Contract of Affreightment as Expressed in Charterparties and Bills of Lading

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W. Clowes and Sons, limited, 1904 - 430 sidor
 

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Evidence of Usage when admissible 1722
17
Article 9Printed Forms of Contract 2223
22
Alterations in Contract
23
Parties to the Contract 2461
24
When an Agent binds his Principal 27
27
When Agent is personally liable as Principal 2831
28
Agent for undisclosed Principal
31
Agent for Crown
32
6 Broker 3335
33
e Captain 3536
35
Who are bound by Charters 3638
36
6 Purchaser
37
Position of Shipper of goods on Chartered Ship 38
38
o Where the Shipper is also the Charterer 3943
39
b Where the Shipper is other than the Charterer 4346
43
c Indorsee from Shipper 4749
47
Incorporation of Charter in Bill of Lading 4951
49
Authority of Master or Broker to sign Bills of Lading 5258
52
1 The Ship not being chartered
54
2 The Ship being chartered 5558
55
Statutory liability of Persons signing Bill of Lading 5859
58
Through Bills of Lading 5961
59
Representations and UNDER TAKINGS IN THE CONTRACT 6284
62
Ships Class on the Register 65
65
Ships Tonnage or Dead Weight Capacity 6668
66
Ships Name and National Character
68
Whereabouts of Ship and Time of Sailing 6971
69
Conditions implied in the Contract
71
Undertaking of Seaworthiness 7278
72
Undertaking of Reasonable Dispatch 7883
78
Undertaking by Shipper not to ship dangerous goods without notice 8384
83
Loading 85138
85
To proceed to a safe port 87
87
To proceed to a port as ordered
88
So near as she can safely get 8891
89
Safely 9196
91
Loading under a Charter Duty of Shipowner 96
96
The place where the oarrying voyage is to begin 97104
97
Readiness to load
104
Duty of Charterers to furnish Cargo 105109
105
Alongside 109110
109
Charterers refusal to load 110
110
Article 45Loading 111113
111
A full and complete Cargo 113115
113
Broken Stowage
115
Ballast and Dunnage 116117
116
Loading and Stevedores 117121
117
Mates receipt 121124
121
Shipped in Good Condition Quantity and Quality unknown 124126
124
Cesser Clause 126129
126
Demurrage and Cesser Clause 129138
129
The Bill of Lading as a Document of Title 139172
139
Effects of Indorsement
140
Effects by Mercantile Custom 141142
141
Intention to transfer the whole Property 143144
143
Unpaid Vendors Securities 144145
144
Reservation of Jus Bisponendi 145146
145
Conditional Indorsement 146149
146
Stoppage in transitu 150
150
Who may stop in transitu 151
151
Insolvency of Vendee 152153
152
Against whom the Right may be exercised 153155
153
Indorsement of Document of Title and Stoppage 155158
155
Article 68The Transit 158160
158
When the Transit ends 160164
160
Notice to stop how given
164
Masters Duty on receiving notice
165
Ineffectual Indorsements 166167
166
Bills of Lading Act 168169
168
Position of Indorsee 169
169
Pirates Robbers Thieves 196
196
Leakage Breakage c 197198
197
Fire
198
Negbgence 199204
199
Jettison
204
Who can sue for failure to carry Goods safely
206
The Voyage 208241
208
Articled Masters authority on the Voyage 209211
209
Masters authority whence derived
211
Communication with Owners 212214
212
Masters duty to proceed without deviation 214216
214
Masters authority to delay or deviate in case of Necessity 217219
217
Masters duty to take care of Goods 219
219
Masters power to sell Damaged Goods 220
220
Masters power of Transhipment 221223
221
Masters power of raising Money on Cargo 223
223
Article 105Bottomry 224
224
Conditions justifying Bottomry 226
226
Jettison
227
Classes of General Average Loss 228
228
Jettison of Cargo 229231
229
Cargo damaged by Fire
231
Sacrifice of Ship or Tackle 232
232
Sacrifice of Freight 233
233
Extraordinary Expenditure by Shipowner
234
Expenses in Port of Refuge 235
235
Masters duty to collect General Average Con tribution 236
236
Who can sue for General Average Contribution 237
237
Who is liable for General Average Contribution
238
Salvage 239
239
Collision
241
Unloading 242250
242
Notice of Readiness to Discharge not required 243
243
Duty of Master as to Delivery at Port of Dis charge 244
244
Masters power to land or carry on Goods at Common Law 245
245
Statutory Provisions as to Unloading 246250
246
Demurrage 251267
251
Demurrage when payable 252
252
Demurrage how calculated 253255
253
To load or unload in a fixed time 256258
256
and 133 To load or unloadin reasonable time with customary dispatchas customary 258264
258
Who are liable for Demurrage on a Charter 264
264
Who are liable for Demurrage on a Bill of Lading 265267
265
Freight 268300
268
Advance freight 271274
271
Back freight 274
274
Shipowners right to full freight 275277
275
Article 140 Lump freight 277
277
Full freight for delivery of damaged goods or for short delivery 278
278
Freight pro rata for short delivery 279
279
Freight pro rata for delivery short of destination 280284
280
Amount of freight 284286
284
Freight when payable
287
to whom payable 290297
290
The Master 291
291
The Broker
292
Assignee of Ship or freight 295
295
VILMortgagee of Ship and freight 296
296
by whom payable 297300
297
The Consignee 298
298
IU Indorsee of the Bill of Lading or person taking delivery under it 299
299
Section XLLien 301307
301
on what goods
303
how waived
304
Damages for failure to carry safely 313315
313
Jurisdiction 319323
319
Forms of Charters and Bills of Lading 331351
331
Customs of British Ports 352365
352
Appendix IIIStatutes 366380
366
YorkAntwerp Rules 381385
381

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