Most of the exceptions are in terms which were already familiar in contracts of affreightment and had been the subject of judicial decision1. Generally speaking2, as at common law, those exceptions will only excuse the carrier from liability if the perils against which they give protection have not operated as a result of prior default or negligence by the carrier, his servant or agent
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