The nature and consequences of a c & f (cost and freight) contract are in almost every respect the same as those of a cif contract, but without that obligation on the seller to effect and tender a document of insurance which is an integral element in the make-up of a cif contract and the price payable under it1.
Under a c & f contract it is up to the buyer to effect any insurance which he requires: the contract may sometimes oblige him to effect insurance and relieve the seller of any liability to the extent of the insurance cover stipulated
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