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Debattista on Bills of Lading in Commodities Trade

Charles Debattista and Francis Hornyold-Strickland
Bloomsbury Professional
Fourth edition
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Chapter 4: The Point at Which the Buyer Assumes the Risk of Loss and the Circumstances in Which They can Sue the Carrier The ‘Transfer’ Of ‘Risk’ And The Transfer Of ‘Property’ Are Separate Concepts Risk in Shipment Sales The Seller Has a Duty to Provide the Buyer With Title to Sue the Carrier, Which is Normally Achieved Through COGSA 1992 Where COGSA 1992 Does Not Operate, the Buyer May Rely on an Implied Contract and/or Negligence ...

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