Baltic Shipping Company V Dillon

The Mikhail Lermontov or Baltic Shipping Company v Dillon 1 Lloyd's Rep 579 and (1993) 176 CLR 344 is an Australian contract law case, on the incorporation of exclusion clauses and damages for breach of contract or restitution for unjust enrichment.

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