The rights and liabilities1 of the owner and charterer inter se depend, in a time and voyage charter2, upon the terms of the particular contract, but it is thought that in the absence of express terms, where the contract does not operate by way of demise, the owner impliedly undertakes that the aircraft is and will be as fit for the purpose for which it is chartered as reasonable care and skill can make it3, that the crew are properly qualified, and that reasonable care and skill will be exercised in the carriage of the passengers or goods, as
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