Seaman’s Contract – Desertion of of the seamen – Master, to induce the remaining seamen to perform the rest of the voyage, promised to pay them a sum of nioney in addition to tbeir wages – Whether their undertaking to do so was a good consideration for the master’s promise

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Hartley v Ponsonby (1857) 26 LJ QB 322

Facts stated in the text of the report.


"WOG" (without guarantee) being included elsewhere in the recap will not allow the owners to escape liability of "tbook" guarantee.

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