Goods are deemed to have been delayed where they have not been delivered within the agreed time limit1 or, where there is no agreed time limit, when the actual duration of the carriage exceeds the time which it would be reasonable to allow a diligent carrier having regard to the circumstances of the case2. However, unless a reservation has been sent in writing to the carrier within 21 days from the time that the goods were placed at the disposal of the consignee, no compensation is payable for delay in delivery3.
If goods are not delivered within 30 days following
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