A claim against a carrier may be in contract, tort or bailment1. Whether a claim against a carrier is in contract or tort depends on whether the claimant must prove a contract, or whether he can show good cause independent of contract2. Thus a claim against a carrier for delivering goods to the consignee contrary to a notice by the consignor to stop in transit is a claim in tort
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