1. Only such losses, damages or expenses which are the direct consequence of the general average act shall be allowed as general average.
2. In no case shall there be any allowance in general average for losses, damages or expenses incurred in respect of damage to the environment or in consequence of the escape or release of pollutant substances from the property involved in the common maritime adventure.
3. Demurrage, loss of market, and any loss or damage sustained or expense incurred by reason of delay, whether on the voyage or subsequently, and any indirect loss whatsoever, shall not be admitted as general average.
The text agreed at the 1924 Stockholm Conference read as follows:
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