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CHAPTER 13 Damages and Frustration

Shipping Law

Page 260 CHAPTER 13 Damages and Frustration Damages and Frustration Page 261 Damages Once the claimant has established that its loss resulted from a breach of contract by the defendant, the amount of damages that will be recoverable will be assessed by reference to the general principles of causation and remoteness applicable to claims in tort and contract. The same principles will apply, irrespective of whether the claim is made under a charterparty or a bill of lading, although the factual contexts may differ.

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