Commentary

31 International contractual arrangements: transport of goods by road

CARRIERS vol 6(1)B
| Commentary

31 International contractual arrangements: transport of goods by road

| Commentary

31 International contractual arrangements: transport of goods by road

International contractual arrangements for the transport of goods by road are regulated by the Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road 1956 (‘CMR’)1. This Convention provides a uniform regime for international carriage, that is, carriage where the place of taking over the goods and the place designated for delivery, as specified in the contract, are situated in two different countries2. At least one of these countries must be a contracting country3. The contract must be confirmed by a prescribed form of consignment note4, which is prima

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