The liability for demurrage ceases as soon as the charterer has fully performed his obligation of providing or removing the cargo, and beyond this he is not responsible for any further delay not attributable to his default1. Thus, if, after the ship has been fully loaded and her clearances obtained2, she is unable to sail owing to bad weather, or is driven back to the port of loading, after sailing, by a storm, the shipowner's claim for demurrage does not continue or revive, as the case may be3.
The liability for demurrage is not, however, suspended where the loading is
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