The common law lien for freight extends over all goods consigned in the same ship on the same voyage1 to the same consignee2, and exists as long as any of the freight payable in respect of them remains unpaid3. The shipowner need not, however, retain the whole of the goods; he may deliver them by instalments on payment of the freight due on each instalment
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