A system of general average; adopted by the International Congress, held at York, in England, September, 1864, designed to establish a uniformity in ... of the world. With an appendix, containi

 
9780217770972: A system of general average; adopted by the International Congress, held at York, in England, September, 1864, designed to establish a uniformity in ... of the world. With an appendix, containi
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1866 Excerpt: ... in and outward pilotage, port dues, expenses of discharging, storing and reshipping the cargo, and all other extraordinary disbursements, including wages and maintenance of the crew during the term of the necessary detention in an intermediate port. If the cause of the entrance into port is a leak or other accidental damage to the vessel, disabling her to continue the voyage, the expenses of repairs and refitting are distributed in the following proportion: twothirds as simple or particular average, i. e., for account of insurers of the vessel, and the other third to be borne by the owner, as a compensation for the apparel worn out and replaced by other new ones, which have improved the condition of the vessel in every respect. If the entrance in port to repair damages is caused by the consequence of deliberate acts for the general benefit, such as cutting away a mast in a tempest, loosing rigging and sails, or throwing overboard part of the cargo or ship's apparel to relieve her, all the expenses in port are liquidated as general average; of those for refitting the vessel and replacing apparel sacrificed, two-thirds are charged to the general average, leaving the remaining third to be borne by the vessel's owner for the same considerations explained in the foregoing case. The portions of the cargo thrown overboard, at their invoice cost, with, moreover, the freight for the same due to the vessel, are entirely charged to' general average. Regarding anchors and chains, it is not customary here to make deductions for wear, but their entire value is indemnified. Article 970 is in contradiction to what is declared in Article 936 in the part above cited, and thus it is not considered valid, except in cases where the entrance originates from want of water or prov...

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