Depending on how the Inland Bill of Lading is used and prepared, it will be:
- A receipt by the carrier for the goods being transported;
- The contract for carriage in the absence of an individually negotiated contract between a shipper and a carrier; and/or
- Evidence of ownership of the goods being transported in ocean shipments.
Brent Wm. Primus, J.D., Senior Editor of transportlawtexts, inc. will focus on inland bills of lading used for surface transportation in North America.
What You'll Learn
Who Should Attend
- Shippers, 3PLs, and carrier personnel
- Cargo claim professionals
- Insurance industry representatives
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