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Telex Released Bill

  • Author:naky
  • Source:www.diecastingpartsupplier.com
  • Release on :2015-10-22
In the case of shipment, shipping companies issuing bills of lading, the consignee must produce a properly endorsed (duly endorsed) the original bill of lading (when changing the port of discharge or in other special circumstances, should normally hand over full set of originals L) (Note: This is the bill of lading as the nature of the securities surrendered, namely that request delivery rights bill of lading bill of lading must be returned to the elements), and shall pay all fees to be paid, and in order to obtain a bill of lading at the port of discharge (Delivery Order, D / O), extract the goods.
When the consignee can not get timely bill of lading, the consignee is usually after the delivery guarantee in exchange for bills of lading (Note: Please distinguish the practice commonly used in shipping "bond" concept and guarantee law "guaranteed" concept). However, shipping companies can not guarantee against a third person (the real consignee bills of lading), because the bill of lading is the carrier undertakes to deliver the goods in the document. Set forth in the bill of lading to a named person to deliver the goods, or who deliver the goods in accordance with the instructions of instruction, or the terms of delivery of the goods to bearer form, according to guarantee the carrier to deliver the goods.

In order to get in the bill of lading the consignee can not be certain, but based on the shipping company is not willing to guarantee the delivery of goods in the case of timely delivery of the goods, the practice gave rise to "call on" approach. People often say "call on" the concept of narrow sense, namely the shipper (consignor) after the full set of original goods shipment carrier (or its agent) surrender of lading issued by the carrier (or agents), specifying under consignee (in case of non bills of lading); carrier authorization (usually telex, telegraph and other communications notify) its agent in the port of discharge, the consignee does not issue a bill of lading delivery of goods under the (already recovered) situation.

Therefore, the "call on" the legal principle is: in the case of a bill of lading issued by the carrier, when the recovery of the bill of lading can deliver the goods (or issuance of bills of lading). Since the carrier bill of lading is the place back in place to deliver the goods (port of discharge) outside (usually at the loading port), view them as a special case, so to recover full set of original bills of lading. However, at present the relevant international conventions, national laws (such as China's maritime law) and regulations no "electrical discharge" is defined.