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WOODHOUSE A.C. ISRAEL COCOA LTD. S.A. AND A.C. ISRAEL COCOA INC. v. NIGERIAN PRODUCE MARKETING COMPANY LTD.

Lloyd's Law Reports

WOODHOUSE A.C. ISRAEL COCOA LTD. S.A. AND A.C. ISRAEL COCOA INC. v. NIGERIAN PRODUCE MARKETING COMPANY LTD.

[1971] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 25

COURT OF APPEAL

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

Estoppel - Correspondence - Principles to be applied by Court. Arbitration - Construction of document by umpire - Whether binding on Court. Sale of goods-Devaluation-Sale of cocoa by Nigerian suppliers to London traders - Payment to be made in Nigerian £-Offer by sellers to accept "payment in pounds sterling" accepted by buyers-Devaluation of £ sterling -Whether loss borne by sellers or buyers- Whether sellers estopped on correspondence.

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