The sender is liable to the carrier for damage to persons, equipment or other goods and for any expenses due to defective packing of the goods, unless the defect was apparent or known to the carrier at the time when he took over the goods and he had no reservations concerning it1. When the sender hands goods of a dangerous nature to the carrier, he must inform the carrier of the exact nature of the danger and indicate, if necessary, the precautions to be taken2. If this information has not been entered in the consignment note, the burden of
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