Since, for the purpose of demurrage and damages for detention in a voyage charterparty1, time does not begin to run against the charterer until due notice of readiness to load is given after the arrival of the ship at her port of loading2, it is necessary to consider when a ship counts as having arrived. Must the ship reach the particular berth which she is to occupy during the loading before she can be said to have 'arrived', or is she an 'arrived ship' when she has reached the port, so that any delay incurred afterwards in getting to
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