Where the goods tendered, although otherwise in accordance with the contract, are of a dangerous nature1, the shipowner may refuse to accept them2 unless, with knowledge of their nature, he has expressly contracted to carry them3.
Where any dangerous goods4 have been sent or carried, or attempted to be sent or carried, on board any ship, whether or not a United Kingdom ship, without being marked as required by safety regulations, without such notice having been given as is required by safety regulations, under a false description or with a false description of their sender or carrier, any court having
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