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Maritime Letters of Indemnity

8 ENFORCING “DISCHARGE” LETTERS OF INDEMNITY GENERALLY 8.1 Having considered the law regarding the position of those parties affected by the use of letters of indemnity, this chapter attempts to delineate between those areas of the law which have been clarified and those which remain uncertain regarding the carrier’s right of redress under a standard maritime letter of indemnity permitting discharge of cargo without production of a bill of lading.

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