Carriage of Goods by Sea Act, 1924: With Notes, Appendices Containing All Dominion and Colonial Statutes, and a Commentary Upon Private International Law as to Carriage of Goods
Stevens and Sons, 1934 - Bills of lading - 183 pages
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Burdick 1884 10 App Cas 74
Anderson Ltd v Daniel 1924 1 K B 138 10
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absolute undertaking accuracy thereof affect the operation Application of Rules apply any absolute apply shall contain Article III Article were omitted ascertained or accepted barratry bill of lading bulk cargo carrier charter-party charterer cited consignee contain an express contract as aforesaid contract of carriage day as aforesaid deemed demurrage discharge document of title due diligence effect in relation effect subject express statement facie evidence Federated Malay five hundred force limiting Glenochil lading or similar lex loci contractus lex situs limiting the liability loss or damage master or agent Merchant Shipping Act Northern Ireland Ordinance shall affect owners of seagoing port provide a seaworthy provisions receipt RELATING TO BILLS Rules apply RULES RELATING Sea Act sea in ships Sea Ordinance sea-going seagoing vessels seaworthy ship sect shipment shipowner shipper ships carrying Short title similar document stevedores title issued trade the weight voyage warranty of sea weight ascertained weight so inserted