Export ban: court construes FOSFA 201 prohibition and default clauses
This briefing from Ince & Co focuses on the case of Novasen S.A. v Alimenta S.A.  EWHC 345 (Comm), where the court construed FOSFA 201 prohibition and default clauses. The parties entered into a contract for the sale of Senegalese crude groundnut oil in bulk. Before the goods were shipped, a Senegalese government prohibition on export that applied to this commodity was declared.
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