Chapter 9 misdelivery claims under bills of lading and international conventions for the carriage of goods by sea chapter 10 some remarks on the allocation of the burden of proof under the rotterdam rules as compared to the hague visby rules. Contracts for the international carriage of goods wholly or partly by sea united nations commission on international trade law united nations convention on contracts for the international carriage of goods wholly or partly by sea united nations vienna 2009 embodied in the convention be known as the rotterdam rules 4. The obligations and liabilities of the shipper under the uncitral project scandinavian institute of maritime law yearbook 2006 simply p 51 51 14 the word delay was deleted as a part of a compromise involving both the delay on the side of both the carrier and the shipper. Basis of any carriage of the goods by sea is a sale contract ie a contract between the seller of the goods and the buyer when actual sale and purchase has been agreed between parties they make arrangements for transportation of the commodity from place of origin to place of delivery
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