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California Code, Insurance Code - INS § 1923

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A warranty of seaworthiness extends not only to the condition of the structure of the ship itself, but also requires that it be properly laden and provided with:

(a) A competent master.

(b) A sufficient number of competent officers and seamen.

(c) The requisite appurtenances and equipments.

(d) Other necessary or proper stores and implements for the voyage.

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