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lading

The placing of cargo, mail, baggage or stores on board an aircraft to be carried on a flight, except for such cargo, mail, baggage, or stores as have been laden on a previous stage of the same through flight (ICAO).
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When you make a less-than-truckload (ltl) or truckload shipment, you generally can choose to use any of a number of bill of lading formats.
The extra reliability and speed of down-loading Bills of Lading from our website is a welcome service upgrade for our customers.
Since the bill of lading was clean and did not contain any reservations, as well as the Plaintiff didn't submit to the Court any evidence that some pipes in the cargo were damaged at the port of delivery, the case should be dismissed for lack of evidence.
Courts interpret the bills of lading strictly, therefore it is incumbent on shippers to clearly describe the smallest unit of packaging on the bill of lading if they wish to recover the full value of their goods in the event of loss or damage.
This new strictness regarding bills of lading has been made necessary by the proliferation of documents that look like bills of lading but leave questions as to who is signing them and what their liabilities and responsibilities are, as well as whether "on board" means something other than "on board the ocean vessel.
However, where a bill of lading is issued under a charter party, the Hamburg Rules apply to such a bill of lading if it governs the relations between the carrier and the holder of the bill of lading and if the latter is not the charterer (art.
These telexes stated that MSC had copies of the original bills of lading in its files and that the carrier authorized the release of the shipments to Genita without receiving copies of the original bills of lading.
The shipping carrier issues the Bill of Lading upon the shipper's request and in accordance with the information provided to him from the shipper, which is stated in the Shipping Order.
Essentially, all of the changes found in the new NMFC bill of lading serve to protect the carrier.
PandI cover may be prejudiced where cargo is delivered without the original bill of lading being duly presented at the port of discharge.
He said that it was decided among the participants of the meeting that from 6th February 2013 onward Pakistan Ship Agent Association members will start collection of empty Lading Order/Lading Order (LO/LO) charges at their offices and no cash transaction will be carried over by transporters at the terminals.