This comprehensive guide, by an industry expert, examines contracts for the transportation of cargoes and the storage, transfer and supply of cargoes at depots and terminals. It also discusses the sale of those cargoes and associated agency and consultancy services.
Most global cargo transportation is done at sea. The transportation and supply of these cargoes requires numerous contracts with details and terms that vary depending on the product and method of storage and delivery. This publication is an essential guide to the main provisions of shipping contracts, looking in detail at:
common drafting problems
storage and supply
other shipping and supply arrangements
preliminary and ancillary agreements
interface and conflicts, and non-contractual conflicts.
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