An exclusion clause which is not contained in a document signed by the passenger or consignor will not form part of the contract of carriage unless the passenger or consignee has sufficient notice of it before or at the time at which the contract is concluded1. Documents which are delivered or otherwise come to the notice of the passenger or consignor after the contract of carriage is concluded will be of no effect in that particular transaction
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