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CHAPTER 28 Rule XVI: Amount to be Made Good for Cargo Lost or Damaged by Sacrifice

York Antwerp Rules

Page 193 CHAPTER 28 Rule XVI: Amount to be Made Good for Cargo Lost or Damaged by Sacrifice Rule XVI: Amount to be Made Good for Cargo Lost or Damaged by Sacrifice (a) (i) The amount to be allowed as general average for damage to or loss of cargo sacrificed shall be the loss which has been sustained thereby based on the value at the time of discharge, ascertained from the commercial invoice rendered to the receiver or if there is no such invoice from the shipped value. Such commercial invoice may be deemed by the average adjuster to reflect the value at the time of discharge irrespective of the place of final delivery under the contract of carriage. (ii) The value at the time of discharge shall include the cost of insurance and freight except insofar as such freight is at the risk of interests other than the cargo. (b) When cargo so damaged is sold and the amount of the damage has not been otherwise agreed, the loss to be allowed in general average shall be the difference between the net proceeds of sale and the net sound value as computed in the first paragraph of this Rule. Evolution 28.01 This Rule was added at the 1877 Antwerp Conference, and for that reason was at one time called the Antwerp Rule. It stated simply:

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