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CHAPTER 1 Background of third party protection in shipping

Third Party Protection in Shipping

Page 1 CHAPTER 1 Background of third party protection in shipping The key point 1.1 This book revolves around the protection of third parties in shipping. 1 Frequently, the central issue in third party disputes is whether or not someone who is not party to the contract should be allowed to benefit from the protection of the contract. More specifically, should someone who is neither the carrier nor the shipper be entitled to benefit from a protection provision in a carriage of goods by sea contract?

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