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Index

CMR: Contracts for the international carriage of goods by road


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Index

Index

  • England
    • scope of application of CMR Convention, 1.5
  • Estoppel
    • suspension of period of limitation, 10.117
  • Force majeure, 6.4, 6.286.31
  • Foreign judgments
  • Foreign Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Act 1933, 10.128
  • Forum. See Jurisdiction
  • Forwarder
  • France
    • scope of application of CMR Convention, 1.4
    • status of parties to the contract, 1.51
  • French text of the CMR Convention, 0.140.17, Appendix B
    • cash on delivery charges, 7.36
    • damage due to delay, 9.44
    • interpretation of “agents and servants”, 3.83.9
  • Funeral consignments, 1.58
  • Furniture removal, 1.59
  • Hague-Visby Rules, 2.302.37, 8.5
  • Handling
    • special risks, 6.726.103. See also Loading and stowage
  • Hire, contract of
    • not governed by the Convention, 1.31.5
  • Holland
    • status of parties to the contract, 1.52
  • Impossibility, 5.255.47
  • Independent contractors, 3.9
  • Inherent vice, 6.256.27, 6.103
  • Insolvency
  • Insurance, 4.20, 4.21
    • Lloyd’s Goods in Transit (C.M.R) policy document, Appendix D
    • recovery of premiums, 9.35
  • Interest
  • International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), 0.1
  • International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT), 0.1
  • International Road Transport Union (IRU), 0.1
  • Interpretation of the CMR Convention, 0.40.13
    • uniformity, 0.4
  • Marking of packages, 6.104
  • Misconduct. See Wilful misconduct
  • Multimodal transport. See Combined (multimodal) transport
  • Quantity of goods
    • check by carrier, 4.30
  • Umbrella contract
    • consignment note, 4.3
    • scope of application of CMR Convention, 1.71.9, 4.3
  • Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977, 1.62
  • United Nations Convention on International Multimodal Transport of Goods, 0.3, 2.1
  • Unloading

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