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PART 1 The Nature of the Shipbuilding Contract

Law of Shipbuilding Contracts

Page 1 PART 1 The Nature of the Shipbuilding Contract The Nature of the Shipbuilding Contract In English law certain distinctions exist between contracts which are categorised as relating to the sale and purchase of goods and those relating to the supply of workmanship and materials. In particular, contracts for the sale of goods may, depending in part upon their terms, fall within a detailed statutory regime for such contracts, 1 which may alter or supplement the agreement that the parties have themselves reached.

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