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PART D Cargo claims

Shipping Law Handbook

Page 317 PART D Cargo claims D.1 Introduction The materials in Part D relate mainly to claims against a carrier for loss of, or damage to, cargo. The English law materials deal with three issues: the extent of a carrier’s obligations, the right to sue the carrier under a bill of lading (or certain other documents) for breach of those obligations, and the evidential value of a bill of lading. Certain legislation of the United States is also set out in this Part, for reasons noted below.

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