bill of lading

bill of lading
A written acknowledgment by a carrier of the receipt of goods described therein and an agreement to transport them to the place specified therein and deliver them there to the person named therein or his order. Griggs v Stoker Service Co. 229 NC 572, 50 SE2d 914, 15 ALR2d 798; a written acknowledgment, signed by the master of a vessel, that he has received the goods therein described, from the shipper, to be transported on the terms therein expressed, to the described place of destination, and there to be delivered to the consignee or parties therein designated. 48 Am J1st Ship § 386. See clean bill of lading; order bill of lading; straight bill of lading.

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