Definitions of claused bill of lading
a bill of lading is a document acknowledging the receipt of goods by the company that will transport them. A clause bill of lading is one that notes some problem discovered by the shipping company, either the goods or the packaging. For example, a box containing liquids may be leaking.
The master of the ship issued a clause bill of lading.
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