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UCP on documentary Credits ICC Pub 500 UCP on documentary Credits ICC Pub 500 Presentation Transcript

  • UCP-DC 500 Article 23 Bills of lading
    • A transport document covering a port-to-port shipment, or “marine” or “ocean” mode of transport.. However named
    • indicate the number of originals
    • indicates that the goods have been loaded on board, or shipped on a named vessel
    • name of the carrier must appear on the face and Identified
    • If an agent signs, Identity and Capacity reqd
    • If the master (captain) signs , Signor capacity as master (captain) must be identified , name of the master (captain) need not be stated.
    • Freight Forwarder's Bill of Lading is acceptable” or uses a similar phrase, then the bill of lading may be signed by a freight forwarder in the capacity of a freight forwarder
    • If a pre-printed “Shipped on board” bill of lading is presented, its issuance date will be deemed to be the date of shipment
    • Else , date of the on board notation will be deemed to be the date of shipment
    • “ intended vessel”, or Intended ports may be mentioned in B/L but the Actual ports and Actual vessel should be mentioned on ON BOARD
    • named port of loading, as required by the credit, should appear in the port of loading
    • named port of discharge, as required by the credit, should appear in the port of discharge field
    • If POL is different from Receipt then it should be clear that the goods were transported from that place of receipt by vessel by On board notation
    • If POD is diff from Final destination then it should be clear that that the goods were to be transported to that place of final destination by vessel by suitable notation.
    • bill of lading must indicate the actual port of loading and/or discharge, which must be within the geographical area or range quoted in Credit
    • Container Yard (CY) or Container Freight Station (CFS) is stated as the place of receipt, if the place is same as PoL / PoD
    • If DC requires “straight” consignment, the bill of lading must not contain words such as “to order” or “to order of” that precede the name of that named party
    • if a credit requires a bill of lading to be consigned “to order of” a named party, the bill of lading must not be consigned straight to named party
    • If a bill of lading is issued to order, or to order of the shipper, it must be endorsed by the shipper
    • Tran-shipment is the unloading and reloading of goods from one vessel to another during the course of ocean carriage from the Port of Loading to the Port of Discharge
    • If a credit prohibits partial shipments, and more than one set of original bills of lading are presented covering shipment from one or more ports of loading, acceptable provided that they cover the shipment of goods on the same vessel and same voyage and are destined for the same port of discharge
    • appears to contain all of the terms and conditions of carriage, or some of such terms and conditions by reference to a source or Other document
    • Clauses or notations on bills of lading which expressly declare a defective condition of the goods and/or packaging are not acceptable
    • Clauses or notations which do not expressly declare a defective condition do not constitute a discrepancy
    • word “clean” need not appear, even though the credit may, marked “clean on board”.
    • A goods description in the bill of lading may be shown in general terms not inconsistent with that stated in the credit.
    • Corrections and alterations on a bill of lading must be authenticated. by the carrier, master (captain), or “ any” of their agents
    • If a credit requires that a bill of lading evidences that freight has been paid or is payable at destination, the bill of lading must be marked accordingly
    • If a credit states that costs additional to freight are not acceptable, a bill of lading must not indicate, costs additional to the freight have been or will be incurred,by reference to additional costs or Incoterms or Free In (FI), Free Out (FO) etc
    • costs which may be levied as a result of a delay in unloading the goods or after the goods have been unloaded, e.g. costs covering the late return of containers, are not considered an indication of additional costs in this context
    • If a bill of lading states that the goods in a container are covered by that bill of lading plus one or more other bills of lading, or words of similar effect, this means that the entire container is to be surrendered to the consignee and therefore all bills of lading are to be submitted together
    • contains no indication that it is subject to a charter party and/or no indication that the carrying vessel is propelled by sail only
    • accept a bill of lading which: indicates that transhipment will take place as long as the relevant cargo is shipped in Container(s), Trailer(s) and/or “LASH” barge(s) AND the entire ocean carriage is covered by one and the same B/L