Where the charterparty contains a cesser clause, the charterer's liability to pay chartered freight is intended to cease when the specified cargo has been shipped1. The charterer is not, however, necessarily discharged wholly from his liability, as the extent of his discharge depends on the scope of the cesser clause and the manner in which its terms have been fulfilled
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