Where goods are carried in a chartered ship under a bill of lading, the charterer is not entitled to claim payment of the freight due under the bill of lading from the person who may be liable to pay it as consignee or holder of the bill of lading1, unless it appears from the form of the bill of lading that the contract of carriage contained in it was made with the charterer and not with the shipowner
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