If for any reason it is or becomes impossible to carry out the contract in accordance with the terms laid down in the consignment note before the goods reach the place designated for delivery1, the carrier must ask the person who is entitled to dispose of the goods2 for his instructions3. However, if circumstances are such as to enable the carriage to be carried out under conditions differing from those laid down in the consignment note and if the carrier has been unable to obtain instructions in reasonable time from the person entitled to dispose of the goods, the
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