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Who is a carrier under Canadian law - the client or owner of the ship? : [case review and comment]

Časlav Pejović ; Kyushu University, Japan

Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 608 Kb

str. 191-196

preuzimanja: 330



Where there are no explicit obligations of the contracting authority to carry out the carriage, it is considered that the carrier is a shipowner and that the commander and the contracting authority issue and sign the bill of ladings on behalf and for the account of the shipowner. The only exception exists when it is possible to conclude, under the circumstances of the case, that the contracting authority has assumed the obligation to carry out the carriage.

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case review; carriage of goods by sea; carrier - identity; Canadian law;

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