Samathahas a small business selling clothes. Because his shop is too small to store all his goods so he must hire a a warehouse. Each time that he took goods to the warehouse he was asked to sign an invoice which contained an exclusion clause stating that the warehouse owners were not liable for any damage to the goods. This invoice was put into effect inSeptember 2020, whereas thecontract had been agreedon July 2020. Oneday, Samatha came to take his clothes but realised that most of them were burneddue to a fire. As a result, he requiredthe warehouse owner to compenstate him and refuesedto pay for the storage. The warehouse owners brought action against him. Do the warehouse owners haveto be responsiblefor the loss?