Bills of Lading – Part I
Skills Covered in this Course
- Basic understanding of the usage of the Bills of Lading
- 3 different functions of the B/l and B/l types
- A simple guide to minimize errors when preparing the B/l
- Basic Understanding of the Bills of Lading
- Main functions of the B/L
- B/L Types and the instances they are used
Total Course Fee
Functions of the B/l
B/l Types – Use of them for different trading needs
No this is illegal. Switching B/l is only a trade practice to hide the actual seller to the final consignee. It only allows you to change the shipper and consignee only.
As a carrier you can only release the D/o only to the legitimate owner of the Bills of Lading, it is a primary responsibility of the carrier. Hence the counter staff has a high level of responsibility to verify whether the party who carries the B/l has the legitimate ownership.