Sometimes the charterparty provides that the ship is to be loaded or discharged 'in turn' or 'in regular turn'. In that case the ship must take her turn with other ships in due order, and time does not begin to run against the charterer until her turn arrives, unless the context indicates that time should run notwithstanding that her turn had not yet arrived1. He is not, therefore, responsible for any delay arising from the ship having to wait for her turn in the ordinary course2, but only for such delay as is attributable to his own default3, as,
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