What undertakings do owners usually give time charterers about their vessel’s seaworthiness?

At common law, the vessel provided must be seaworthy for the purposes of the contract (when this is agreed). Thereafter, owners usually agree only to exercise due diligence to make the vessel seaworthy for each voyage during the charter period.

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