Where freight is payable only on delivery1, the amount to be paid is necessarily governed by the amount of goods delivered, unless the contract provides for payment of a lump sum freight2.
So long as the goods contracted to be carried have been delivered, no deduction may be made from the freight because they have been delivered in a damaged condition3, although, if sued for the freight, the consignee may counterclaim in respect of the damage4. Nor may any
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