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The legal doctrine in which the cargo of a ship may be condemned in prize even though it is consigned to a neutral port provided that it can be shown that the ultimate onward destination of the cargo is a belligerent. It is a doctrine which applies only after a declaration of blockade by a belligerent in time of war.

Subjects: International Law.

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