Captain's Protest

Definition of "Captain's Protest"
  1. A declaration by a ship's captain upon arrival at port, detailing the voyage conditions, typically to absolve the ship owner of cargo damage liability and pass it to the insurer
How to use "Captain's Protest" in a sentence
  1. After the storm, the Captain's Protest detailed the severe conditions and resulting cargo damage.
  2. To ensure the insurance company bore the responsibility, a Captain's Protest was filed post voyage.
  3. The cargo loss was explained in the Captain's Protest, shifting responsibility to the insurance company.

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