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CHARLES GOODFELLOW LUMBER SALES LTD. v. VERREAULT, HOVINGTON AND VERREAULT NAVIGATION INC.

Lloyd's Law Reports

CHARLES GOODFELLOW LUMBER SALES LTD. v. VERREAULT, HOVINGTON AND VERREAULT NAVIGATION INC.

[1971] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 185

CANADASUPREME COURT

Before Mr. Justice Fauteux, Mr. Justice Abbott, P.C., Mr. Justice Ritchie, Mr. Justice Spence and Mr. Justice Pigeon

Canada-Carriage by sea-Loss of and damage to deck cargo (timber)-Whether vessel seaworthy-Stowage of cargo-Meaning of "perils of the sea"-Whether due diligence proven - Vessel's master not properly certificated - Liability of shipowner, master and/or charterer - Whether claim against charterer time-barred - Canadian Water Carriage of Goods Act, 1952, R.S.C., cap. 291, schedule, art. IV (2) (c), art. III (6).

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