John chartered a large ship from Rent-a-Boat Ltd. The duration of the charter was 24 months, and it was a term of the contract that Rent-a-Boat would provide a seaworthy ship and supply John with competent engine-room staff. Immediately, there were problems. For example, due to the ship?s engine being old and its engine-room staff being inexperienced, the ship was in repair for the first 20 weeks of the charter. In week 18, John advised Rent-a-Boat that its breaches of contract permitted him to end the contract and sue for damages. Is John correct? What remedy is John entitled to and why?
This question was answered on: Jul 11, 2017
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