particular average loss:
1. Marine underwriting. A loss suffered by and borne alone by particular interests in a maritime venture. * Such a loss is usually a partial loss. 
1. A term used in contradistinction to general average, denoting a loss on vessel, cargo, or freight, to be borne by the owner o the particular subject or interest upon which it happens. 48 Am J1st Slip § 621.
A term generally regarded as synonymous with “partial loss” when used in a limitation of liability in a marine insurance policy. 29A Am J Rev ed Ins § 1585.
See free from average unless general; free from particular average. 
1. A term used in contrast to “general average,” indicating a loss to a ship’s cargo that is absorbed solely by the owner or owners of the particular cargo that has been destroyed.
2. A term synonymous with partial loss when used in a marine insurance policy.
Compare general average contribution. 
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