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United NationsConference on a Convention on International Multimodal Transport held at Geneva from 12 to 30 November 1979 (first part of the session) and from 8 to 24 May 1980 (resumed session). by United Nations Conference on a Convention on International Multimodal Transport (1979-1980 Geneva)

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Published by United Nations in New York .
Written in English

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  • United Nations Convention on International Multimodal Transport of Goods.

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Other titlesUnited Nations Convention on International Multimodal Transport of Goods.
ContributionsUnited Nations. Conference on Trade and Development.
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Open LibraryOL14932672M
ISBN 100119070588

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United Nations Convention on International Multimodal Transport of Goods (Geneva, 24 May ) [Preamble] Part I - General Provisions Article 1 - Definitions Article 2 - Scope of application Article 3 - Mandatory application Article 4 - Regulation and control of multimodal transport Part II - Documentation. For the purposes of this Convention: 1. "International multimodal transport" means the carriage of goods by at least two different modes of transport on the basis of a multimodal transport contract from a place in one country at which the goods are taken in charge by the multimodal transport operator to a place designated for delivery situated. 1. "International multimodal transport" means the carriage of goods by at least two different modes of transport on the basis of a multimodal transport contract from a place in one country at which the goods are taken in charge by the multimodal transport operator to a place designated for delivery situated in a different country.   Get this from a library! United Nations Conference on a Convention on International Multimodal Transport: held at Geneva from 12 to 30 November (first part of the session) and from 8 to 24 May (resumed session).. [United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.;].

United Nations Convention on International. Multimodal Transport of Goods, Official text Status information: English | French. See also: Reports and Documents on 'Carriage of Goods and International Trade Law'. United Nations Convention on the Carriage of Goods. by Sea (Hamburg Rules), United Nations Conference on Trade and. The two-day Conference will feature plenary sessions as well as parallel thematic discussions on various sustainable transport-related topics, including rural and urban transport, multimodal. Multimodal transportation contracts are typically defined as contracts for the carriage of goods by more than one mode of transportation. The United Nations Convention on International Multimodal Transport of Goods () (the " Convention") defines the term “multimodal transport” as “combined transport”. Geneva Convention on International Multimodal Transport of Goods (MT Convention) , art. 18 (1). World Transport v. Royte [] 1 Lloyd’s Rep. Indra Carr, ‘International multimodal transport – United Kingdom’ () 4(3) Int. T.L.R. SDRs per package or SDRs per kg as mentioned in Hamburg Rules, art. 6.

United Nations Convention on International Multimodal Transport of Goods (Geneva, 24 May ) on the principle of presumed fault or neglect; Have decided to conclude a Convention for this purpose and have thereto agreed as follows: 18 PART I - GENERAL PROVISIONS 19 Article 1 - Definitions 20 For the purposes of this Convention: 21 1. Note: The Convention was adopted by the United Nations Conference on a Convention on International Multimodal Transport, held in Geneva from 12 to 30 November and from 8 to 24 May The Conference had been convened pursuant to resolution 33/ adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 20 December The. THE MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT OF GOODS CONVENTION: A CHALLENGE TO UNIMODAL TRANSPORT CONVENTIONS By SAMIR MANKABADY* WHERE cargo is carried partly by sea and partly by air, a bill of lading governed by the Hague Rules' and an air waybill subject to the Warsaw Convention2 will be issued to cover each part of the journey. profile of United Nations Convention on International Multimodal Transport of Goods from the Yearbook of International Organizations, a service of the UIA.