Bill of lading

Definition The concept of "bill of lading" applies to a document by which the captain of a ship declares that a certain amount of goods will be delivered on behalf of an actor to a third party at the destination port. It is often signed by the sender, the captain and the receiver (as proof of delivery).en
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publisher Carl von Ossietzky Universit├Ąt Oldenburg
modified 2020-03-04

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