413. Remedies for breach of cif contracts.

The normal rules as to the remedies of buyer and seller for breach by the other party of a contract for the sale of goods apply generally to cif contracts1, but there are detailed points of difference. Thus, where the buyer claims damages for non-delivery and there is an available market for the purchase of substitute goods complying with the contract description, the measure of damage is prima facie2 the difference between the contract price and the market price of similar goods on cif terms at the time at which the documents ought to have been delivered3. The date at which