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bill of lading in Water topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbill of ladingˌbill of ˈlading noun (plural bills of lading) [countable]  TTWBB technical a list of the goods being carried, especially on a ship
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bill of ladingThis name would also be entered on the documentary bill of lading deposited in SeaDocs' vault.Unless sent by an air courier, an ocean bill of lading can take as long as a week to arrive by air mail.The preceding features required that certain traditional statements in the text of the ocean bill of lading be modified or replaced.In contrast, the charter party bill of lading did not contain the charter party contract, but incorporated it by reference.