背书条款20条海运提单范本模板案例样本 TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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Standard Conditions governing COMBINED TRANSPORT BILLS OF LANING
Definitions Merchant means and includes the Shipper the Consignor the Consignee the Holder of this Bill of Lading the Receiver and the Owner of the Goods "The Freight Forwarder" means the issuer of this Bill of Lading as named on the face of it.
The headings set forth below are for easy reference only
Notwithstanding the heading "Combined Transport Bill of Lading"the provisions set out and referred to in this doucument shall also apply if the transport as described on the face of the Bill of Lading is performed by one mode of transport only.
2. Issuanoe ofthe"Combined Transport Bill of Lading"
2.1 By the issuanoe ofth s"Comb ned Transport Bill of lading”the Freight Forwarder.
a) Undertake to perform and/or in his own name to procure the performace of the entire transport from the place at which the goods are taken in charge to the place designated for delivery in this Bill of Lading.
b) assumes liability as set out in these Conditions.
2.2 For the purposes and subject to the provisions of this Bill of Lading the Freight Forwarder shall be responsible for the acts and omissions of any person of whose services he makes use for
The performance of the contract evidenced by this Bill of Lading.
3. Negotiability and title to the goods
3.1 Accepting the Bill of Lading the Merchant and his transferees agree with the Freight Forwarder By that unless it is marked non-negotiable it shall constitute title to the goods and the holderby endorsement of this Bill of Lading shall be entitled to received or to transfer the goods hereinmentioned.
3.2 This Bill of Lading shall be prima facie evidence of taking in charge by the Freight Forwarder
Of the goods as herein described. However proof to the contrary shall not beadmissible when
This Bill of Lading has negotiated or transferred for valuable consideration to a third party acting ingood faith.
4. Dangerou Goods and indemnity
4.1 The Merchant shall comply with rules which are mandatory according to the national law or by reason of International Convention relating to the carriage of goods of a dangerous nature and shall in any case inform the Freight Forwarder in writing of th exact nature of the dangerbefore goods of a dangerous nature are laken in charge by the Freight Forwarder and indicate to him,if need be the per cautions to be taken.
4.2 If the Merchant falls to provide such information and th Freight Forwarder is unaware of thedangerous nature of the goods and the necessary precautions to be taken and if at any time,they are deemed to be a hazard to life or prorerty. They may at any place be unloaded,destroyed or rendered harmless as circumstances may require without compensation and the merchant shall be liable or all loss damage delay or expenses arising out of their being taken in charge or their carriage or of any service incidental thereto.
The burden of proning the Freight Forwarder knew the exact nature of the danger constituted by the carriage of the said goods shall rest upon the person entitled to the ggoods.
4.3 If any goods shipped with the knowledge of the Freight Forwarder as to their as to their dangerous nature shall become a danger to the vehicle or cargo they may in like manner be unloaded or landed at any place or destroyed or rendered innocuous by the Freight Forwarder,without liability on the part of the Freight Forwarder.except to Genera Average, if any
5. Description of Goods and Merchant’s Packing
5.1 The Consignor shall be deemed to have guaranteed to the Freight Forwarder the accuracy at the time the goods were taken in charge by the Freight Forwarder of the description of the goods.marks, number,quantity,weight and/or volume as furnished by him and the Consignor shall indemnity the Freight Forwarder against all loss damage and expenses arising or resulting from inaccuracies in or inadequacy of such particulars . The right of the Freight Forwarder tosuch indemnity shall in no way limit his responsibility and liability under the Bill of Lading to any person other than the Consignor.
5.2 Without prejudice to Clause 6(A)(2)(C)the Merchant shall be liable for any loss damager or injury caused by faulty or insufficient packing of goods or by faulty olading or packing within containers and trailers and on flats when such loading or packing has been performed by the Merchant or on behalf of the Merchant by a Person other than the Freight Forwarder, or by thedefect or unsuitability of the containers trailers or flats when supplied by the merchant, and shall indemnify the Freigth Forwarder against any additional expenses so caused.