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SOYA G.m.b.H. KOMMANDITGESELLSCHAFT v. WHITE

Lloyd's Law Reports

SOYA G.m.b.H. KOMMANDITGESELLSCHAFT v. WHITE

[1982] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 136

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Lord Justice Waller, Lord Justice Donaldson and Lord Justice O'Connor

Insurance (Marine) - Non-disclosure - Damage to cargo - Inherent vice - Cargo of soya beans insured against heat, sweat and spontaneous combustion - Cargo arrived in heated and deteriorated condition - Whether underwriters advised that earlier cargo arrived in damaged condition - Whether cause of damage inherent vice - Whether underwriters liable - Marine Insurance Act, 1906, ss. 18, 55 (2) (c).

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