There are no reported English cases on the standard of legibility of a passenger ticket, or the adequacy of notice of conditions or the terms of the contract of carriage contained in an airline ticket, as factors relevant to the carrier's right to limit his liability to pay damages in respect of the death of or personal injury to a passenger caused during the performance of a contract of international carriage governed by the Montreal or Warsaw Conventions1. The issue has, however, been tested extensively in the courts of the United States and Canada2. If the issue were to
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