The general principles to be applied are the same whether the arrival is at the port of loading or the port of discharge1. In the case of arrival at the port of discharge the shipowner's position is, however, complicated by the presence of the cargo on board the ship2. It is no longer possible for him merely to refuse to allow her to proceed to an unsuitable port, or to treat the contract as at an end, where the circumstances render its performance impossible3, as the cargo must
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