U.S. regulation of ocean transportation under the Shipping Act of 1984
This book is a 'must' reference work for all shippers, ocean carriers, NVOCCs, marine terminal operators, and freight forwarders. It tells you what you must do, what you can do, and what you are due. It provides non-maritime lawyers with quick answers and ready citations.
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1st Sess 98th Cong ACCOS Advisory Commission agency agent application assessed authority bill of lading bond cargo carrier by water carrier or conference civil penalty claim classification co-loading commitment Company compensation complaint Conf conference agreement Congress consignee container containerized controlled carrier customs broker D.C. Cir damages demurrage determine Docket documents exempt export Federal Maritime Commission fees FMC's foreign commerce forwarder's forwarding services freight charges independent action inland Investigation issued jurisdiction liability license liquidated damages marine terminal operators ment non-vessel-operating common carrier notice NVOCC ocean common carrier ocean freight forwarder ocean transportation oceanborne parties payment person port practices proceeding prohibited provides pursuant R-NVO reasonable rebate receipt received regulations render reparations Rept request rule section 10(b section 15 Senate Commerce Committee service contract shipment shipper Shipping Act specifically statutory surety bond T-NVO tariff tariff rate tion trade United unreasonable vessel operators violation