Significance of Bill of Lading for Importers

Significance of Bill of Lading for Importers

(a) Bill of lading acts as a document of title to goods, which is transferable by endorsement and delivery.

(b) Exporter sends bill of lading to the bank of the importer so as to enable him, to take the delivery of goods.

(c) The exporter can give advance intimation to the foreign buyer about shipment of goods by sending him a non-negotiable copy of bill of lading.

 

 

 

How to solve exchange rate variation in export business:

How to surrender ‘HBL’ House Bill of Lading

How transshipment bill of lading works?

 

Is letter of credit safe mode of payment?

IGM amendment (Import General Manifest Amendment)

Import clearance under high sea sales

Import customs clearance procedures

 

 

Import General Manifest (IGM)

Importance of Bill of Lading

Introduction to this web site.

Is Airway bill a documents of title?

Is Customs House Agents (CHA ) required to be appointed mandatory?

 

 

Is DP terms of payment safe in export business?

Is Letter of Credit LC safe for an Importer?

Is ON BOARD CERTIFICATE required for LC negotiation

 

 

Is Received for shipment Bill of Lading sufficient for LC negotiation?

Is Risk Management System (RMS) simplify import? What is RMS in import.

Is sales tax applicable on shipments effected under high sea sales

Is Seaway bill a document of title? What is Seaway bill.

Is THC same in all ports

KINDS OF LOSSES in Marine Insurance

Know the term Port of Discharge and Place of Delivery




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