Maersk spoiled tuna fish case clarifies Hague-Visby Rules
The ruling under English law by the Court of Appeal is being hailed for its important implications for the limitation of cargo liability on the part of carriers in cargo insurance claims.
‘Unit’ defined as item of cargo rather than boxload, Court of Appeal maintains, in landmark legal case governing carriage of goods by sea
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