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AUSTRALIAN COASTAL SHIPPING COMMISSION v. GREEN AND OTHERS

Lloyd's Law Reports

AUSTRALIAN COASTAL SHIPPING COMMISSION v. GREEN AND OTHERS

[1971] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 16

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Lord Denning, M.R., Lord Justice Phillimore and Lord Justice Cairns

General average - Expenses consequent upon general average act - Tug engaged on U.K. Standard Towage Conditions by vessel in peril - Towage contract a general average act-Liability under U.K. Standard Towage Conditions-Whether recoverable in general average - Whether "direct consequence" of general average act-York-Antwerp Rules, 1950, rules A and C.1

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