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    Default Damage to Product During Shipping

    My question involves business law in: The UK

    Company A sells 100 kg of Aluminium to Company B and during the transportation 25% of the goods are lost. The value of the goods was 100.
    (PS:- this is a scenario and fictional)

    Who is legally entitled to pay for the lost goods and why?

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    Jun 2006

    Default Re: In This Scenario Who is Legally Responsible for Paying the Loss

    First of all, this site deals exclusively with US law, which is not the same as UK law.

    Second, even if we did deal with UK law, we're not going to do your homework for you.

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