Certain obligations of a bailor or bailee, whether imposed by the provisions (express or implied) of a contract or by any enactment, rule of law or custom, are deemed not to extend to loss or damage by war1. The obligations in respect of which this exception applies are obligations to insure against loss of or damage to the goods; to repair damage to the goods; to replace the goods in the event of loss; to restore the goods or deliver them up in good repair, notwithstanding such loss or damage; to continue to pay for the hire of the
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