Upon whatever basis the damages are calculated, the consignee is not entitled to recover more than he has actually lost1. He must, therefore, give the shipowner credit for all sums received from other persons by way of indemnification for his loss2. This principle does not, however, apply to sums received by the consignee from insurers
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