The consignor is entitled to dispose of the goods and to modify the contract of carriage by giving subsequent orders1, and the consignee has the right to modify the contract from the time when the consignment note is drawn up, unless the consignor indicates to the contrary on the consignment note2. However, the consignor's3 and consignee's rights to modify the contract are extinguished in cases where the consignee has taken possession of the consignment note4, accepted the goods5 or asserted his rights6 to delivery of the goods7; the consignee's rights to modify are also extinguished if he has given
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