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UCPDC 600 ARTICLE 22-23

UCPDC 600 ARTICLE 22-23

ARTICLE 22 : Charter Party Bill of Lading

A bill of lading , however named, containing an indication that it is subject to a charter party (charter party bill of lading), must appear to: i. be signed by: • the master or a named agent for or on behalf of the master, or • the owner or a named agent for or on behalf of the owner, • the chartered or a named agent for or on behalf of the charterer. Any signature by the master, owner, charter or agent must be identified as that of the master, owner, charterer or agent. Any signature by an agent must indicate whether the agent has signed for or on behalf of the master, owner or charterer. An agent signing for or on behalf of the owner or charter must indicate the name of the owner or charterer. ii. indicate that the goods have been shipped on board a named vessel at the port of loading started in the credit by: • pre- printed wording, or • an on board notation indicating the date on which the goods have been shipped on board. The date of issuance of the charter party bill of lading will be deemed to be the date of shipment unless the charter party bill of lading contains an on board notation indicating the date of shipment, in which case the date stated in the on board notation will be deemed to be the date of shipment. iii. indicate shipment from the port of loading to the port of discharge stated in the credit. The port of discharge may also be shown as a range of ports or a geographical area, as stated in the credit. iv. be the sole original charter party bill of lading or, if issued in more than one original, be the full set as indicated on the charter party bill of lading. b. A bank will not examine charter party contracts even if they are required to be presented by the terms of the credit.

ARTICLE 23: Air Transport Document

An air transport document, however named , must appear to : i. indicate the name of the carrier and be signed by: • the carrier, or • a named agent for or on behalf of the carrier. Any signature by the carrier or agent must be identified as that of the carrier or agent. Any signature by an agent must indicate that the agent has signed for or on behalf of the carrier. ii. indicate that the goods have been accepted for carriage. iii. indicate the date of issuance. This date will be deemed to be the date of shipment unless the air transport document contains a specific notation of the actual date of shipment in which case the date stated in the notation will be deemed to be the date of shipment. Any other information appearing on the air transport document relative to the flight number and date will not be considered in determining the date of shipment. iv. indicate the airport of departure and the airport of destination stated in the credit. v. be the original for consignor or shipper even if the credit stipulates a full set of originals. vi. contain terms and conditions of carriage or made reference to another source containing the terms and conditions of carriage. Contents of terms and conditions of carriage will not be examined. b. For the purpose of this article, transhipment means unloading from one aircraft and reloading to another aircraft during the carriage from the airport of departure to the airport of destination stated in the credit. c. i. An air transport document may indicate that the goods will or may be transshipped, provided that the entire carriage is covered by one and the same air transport document.ii. An air transport document indicating that transshipment will or may take place is acceptable, even if the credit prohibits transshipment.

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