Carriers usually make a practice of informing their customers, both actual and potential, that they will undertake business only upon the terms of their own or a trade association's standard conditions of carriage, and sending the customer a copy of these conditions or stating that they are available for inspection if desired. Where this has been done, the conditions will be incorporated by implication in contracts of carriage made thereafter by the customer requesting the carrier to carry a particular consignment and the carrier's acceptance.
It often happens, however, that the carrier is unable to prove that he has expressly
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