Where, after the charterer has given his order for the ship to proceed to a safe port, the port becomes unsafe, then, unless the cause of its becoming unsafe is temporary only, the charterer must, at least in the case of a time charterparty, cancel his original order and order the ship to another port which is prospectively safe1. Where the ship has reached a safe port but after her arrival the port becomes unsafe, the charterer must either order the ship to leave the port, whether she has completed unloading or not, and go to another port which
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