The normal rules regarding remedies for breach of contract1 apply generally to fob contracts, but there are detailed points of difference arising from the nature of such contracts. Damages for non-delivery or non-acceptance will commonly be assessed by reference to the date when the goods ought to have been shipped2, but, if an fob contract provides for the seller to arrange for shipment and thereafter to tender shipping documents to the buyer in a manner analogous to a cif contract, the relevant date might be the date when such documents ought to have been tendered3. In the event of anticipatory repudiation, the
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