News. Marine law is being tested to find liability for cargo damaged by an errant course, - not, as claimed, an 'unidentified object'. "Curses! I thought I'd avoided that!!" 10 October, 2007
Reference Number: DCDL-0004115
A sea-captain struggles to steer his cargo ship between two rocky outcrops but is caught out by a collision with a large tome called 'Tricky Marine Law'. The captain curses because he thought he had avoided it. Refers to marine law being tested to decide on liability when cargo is damaged by an errant course, or was it an 'unidentified object'?
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