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CHAPTER 7 Cargo liabilities under the New York Produce Exchange time charter and the Inter-Club Agreement

Charterparties: Law, Practice and Emerging Legal Issues

Page 103 7 Cargo liabilities under the New York Produce Exchange time charter and the Inter-Club Agreement Cargo liabilities under the New York Produce Exchange time charter and the Inter-Club Agreement John Weale 1 7.1 Introduction The modern form of time charterparty is in essence one under which the shipowner agrees with the time-charterer that during a certain named period the shipowner will render services as a carrier by his servants and crew to carry the goods which are put on board his ship by the time-charterer.

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