Where there is no bill of lading, the goods must be delivered to, or to the order of, the charterer or original shipper1. Where a sea waybill is issued, the goods must be delivered to the consignee mentioned in it; but at any time before such delivery is effected the shipper under the sea waybill may give notice to deliver the goods to himself or someone nominated by him, in which case delivery must be made to that person
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