The parties to a contract for the carriage of passengers or goods may, with certain exceptions1, incorporate in it any terms and conditions upon which they may agree. The terms and conditions of any particular contract of carriage are to be ascertained by the application of the general law of contract2. The great majority of those carrying on business as carriers profess to carry only in accordance with standard terms and conditions; and the following paragraphs deal with the special problems of their incorporation in particular contracts of carriage. Standard conditions of carriage may be incorporated either by express
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