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The Mediana [1900] AC 113

This case considered the issue of damages and whether or not the owner of a ship that damaged another ship was liable for the damages of the replacement ship while the damaged ship was being repaired even though the owner of the damaged ship owned the replacement ship which had been lying idle in case of such an emergency.

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