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BREMER HANDELSGESELLSCHAFT M.B.H. v. CONTINENTAL GRAIN CO.

Lloyd's Law Reports

BREMER HANDELSGESELLSCHAFT M.B.H. v. CONTINENTAL GRAIN CO.

[1983] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 269

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Lord Justice Stephenson, Lord Justice Ackner and Lord Justice Watkins, v.c.

Sale of goods (c.i.f.) - Prohibition - Non-delivery - Sellers failed to deliver balance of June instalment - Whether sellers could show that shipper prevented from making shipment - Sellers obtained extension of time for shipment under cl. 22. Whether sellers could still rely on prohibition clause - Whether sellers liable for non-delivery.

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