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Short Form/Blank Back Bill of Lading

A bill of lading is a generic name of a transport document, which is used in sea shipments. As a transport document a bill of...

Shipper of a Bill of Lading

What Does the Shipper Mean? Shipper means a person that enters into a contract of carriage with a carrier. Shipper also known as consignor. In most cases...

What are the Differences Between Consignee and Shipper Fields of Bills of Lading?

Bill of lading is a transport document covering the carriage of goods by sea. Consignee means a person entitled to take delivery of the goods...

Letter of Credit Condition: Bill of Lading with Multiple Notify Party

Letter of credit, in a broad perspective, is one of the payment methods in international trade. Bill of lading is a transport document covering the...

What are the Differences Between Consignee and Notify Party Fields of Bills of Lading?

Bill of lading is a transport document covering the carriage of goods by sea. Consignee means a person entitled to take delivery of the goods...

Notify Party of a Bill of Lading

What Does Notify Party Mean? Notify party means a person that should be notified by the carrier along with the consignee when the shipment arrives...

Consignee of a Bill of Lading

What Does Consignee Mean? Consignee means a person entitled to delivery of the goods under a contract of carriage indicated on a bill of lading. Consignee...

How to Complete a Bill of Lading under a Letter of Credit Payment?

Bill of lading is a transport document covering the carriage of goods by sea. Letters of credit rules define 4 different types of bills of...
bill of lading title. ocean or marine bill of lading

Importance of Bill of Lading Title: Ocean or Marine Bill of Lading

Issuing banks often require an ocean bill of lading or a marine bill of lading under letters of credit as a transport document. The question...
document issued or countersigned by the applicant

Document Issued or Countersigned by the Applicant: What are the Risks?

What are the risks of a document which is to be issued, signed or countersigned by the applicant in a letter of credit transaction? In...
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