What are examples of sue and labour charges?

(1) Expenses incurred when an insured vessel, in ballast, makes for and enters a port of refuge after suffering structural damage at sea. (If she had been laden, the expenses could have been recovered as general average. ) (2) Expenses incurred in refloating the same vessel.

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