In the absence of any term to the contrary, freight is payable only on delivery1; it follows that the shipowner cannot insist on payment of freight unless and until he is in a position to deliver the goods2 at the port of discharge3. If, however, the contract gives a choice of ports and the port of discharge to which the ship is ordered becomes impossible
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