Commercial contract – Terms – Construction. Court of Session: Refusing a reclaiming motion in an action which concerned a contract for the supply of equipment and personnel for the removal and relocation of soil on the seabed close to an offshore wind farm, in which the commercial judge found the defenders liable, in terms of the contract, to pay the pursuers for the services of a sub-sea excavator and its crew after the machine became stuck on the sea-bed because its lifting lug failed when it was being lifted, the court held that the commercial judge had not misapplied the terms of the contract to the facts of the incident: he was not wrong in his interpretation of the terms 'breakdown' and 'temporary abandonment' in the contract; and in relation to the defenders' counterclaim he had not misconstrued its indemnity provisions.