When will a carrier not be protected by the common law exceptions?

When the true cause of the loss or damage to the goods was: (a) his negligence, for example in not taking reasonable steps to protect cargo from loss or damage; (b) his vessel was unseaworthy at the start of the voyage; or (c) the loss or damage occurred while the vessel was unjustifiably deviating.

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