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On carrier's obligation to give notice of arrival of goods under an ocean bill of lading

LIU Bing(Hai Tong & Partners, Beijing 100052,China)  
This article firstly analyzes the legal basis for the carrier to bear the obligation to give notice of arrival of goods under the bill of lading based on the theory about the origin of contractual obligations, and discusses the validity of the Notification Clause in the B/L. Consequently, with comments on CMI instruments and the internal rules, the article makes discussions on the relevant issues about the performance and the liability with respect to this obligation, as well as its relation with consignee's liability for taking delivery of goods.
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