BILL OF LADING TO BE USED WITH CHARTER-PARTIES
CODE NAME: CONGENBILL. EDITION 1994. ADOPTED BY THE BALTIC AND INTERNATIONAL MARITIME CONFERENCE (BIMCO)
Conditions of Carriage.
1 All terms and conditions, liberties and exceptions of the Charter Party, dated as overleaf, are herewith incorporated. The Carrier shall in no case be responsible for loss of or damage to cargo arisen prior to loading and after discharging.
2 GENERAL PARAMOUNT CLAUSE.
The Hague Rules contained in the International Convention for the Unification of certain rules relating to Bills of Lading, dated Brussels the 25th August 1924 as enacted in the country of shipment shall apply to this contract. When no such enactment is in force in the country of shipment, the corresponding legislation of the country of destination shall apply, but in respect of shipments to which no such enactments are compulsorily applicable, the terms of the said Convention shall apply.
Trades where Hague-Visby Rules apply.
Charter Party (Lat. charta partita, a legal paper or instrument, divided, i.e. written in duplicate so that each party retains half), a written, or partly written and partly printed, contract between a shipowner and a merchant, by which a ship is let or hired for the conveyance of goods on a specified voyage, or for a defined period. A vessel might also be chartered to carry passengers on a journey. Also, a written contract between shipowner and charterer whereby a ship is hired; all terms, conditions and exceptions are stated in the contract or incorporated by reference.
A charter party is the contract between the owner of a vessel and the charterer for the use of a vessel. The charterer takes over the vessel for either a certain amount of time (a time charter) or for a certain point-to-point voyage (a voyage charter), giving rise to these two main types of charter agreement. There is a subtype of time charter called the demise or bareboat charter.
In a time charter, the vessel is hired for a specific amount of time. The owner still manages the vessel but the charterer givers orders for the employment of the vessel, and may sub-charter the vessel on a time charter or voyage charter basis.
The demise or bareboat charter is a subtype of time charter in which the charter takes responsibility for the crewing and maintenance of the ship during the time of the charter, assuming the legal responsibilities of the owner and is known as a disponent owner.
In a voyage charter, the charterer hires the vessel for a single voyage, and the vessel's owner (or disponent owner) provides the master, crew, bunkers and supplies.
US Law. (Note the US regime below can also be applied into charterparties or contracts of carriage subject to the laws of other jurisdictions.)
Contract of Transshipment ____. __th of ________ 201_.
__ Ukraine, represented by the director ___, acting on the basis of the Statute, hereinafter referred to as EXECUTOR, on the one part and ______. represented by ____________, acting on the basis of the ______________, hereinafter referred to as CLIENT, on the other part have signed the present Contract on the following:
1. SUBJECT OF CONTRACT
The subject of the Contract is handling and storage without forwarding and agency of a vessel the Client’s exporting and transit grain cargoes at the terminal ___, situated on address: ___, Ukraine , further referred to as TERMINAL.
2. CLIENT’S RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
2.1. The Client is obliged to send the written instructions with indications of quality’s indexes about cargo which is being delivered to the Executor and give all necessary information about cargo, means of transport and conditions of its delivery to the Terminal.
Execution of the contract.
Logistics is the management of the flow of goods, information and other resources, including energy and people, between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet the requirements of consumers (frequently, and originally, military organizations).
Logistics of flowing money during execution contracts of vessels’ shipments. (database MS Access).
Documentary logistics - Department
1 Contract of Purchase, GAFTA, FOSFA, B/G, L/C, CAD - Execution
2 Contract of Sale, GAFTA, FOSFA B/G, L/C, CAD - Execution
3 Nomination of the vessel/ Booking of containers. Execution
4.1 Containers/ Vessels data to Shippers, Execution
4.2 Containers/ Vessels data to Buyers. Execution
4.3 Containers/ Vessels data to Bank. Execution
4.4 Containers/ Vessels data to Bank’s Liberation. Execution
4.5 Containers/ Vessels data to Brokers. Execution
5 Payment to shippers
5.1 Invoices from Shippers/ Sellers. Account
5.2 Payments to Shippers/ Sellers. Account
6.1 Documentary instruction fm Buyer to Shippers. Execution
6.2 Documentary instruction fm Buyer to Forwarding agent. Execution
6.3 Documentary instruction fm Buyer to Customs broker. Execution
6.4 Nomination of surveyor (GAFTA, FOSFA, ISO, GOST, DSTU). Execution
VALIDATED by the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine No.770
RULES of the execution of the transport service and freight forwarding during the transfer of foreign.trade.and transit cargoes.
These Rules define terms and conditions of the effecting of the transport service and freight forwarding of foreign trade and transit cargoes (hereinafter, as a rule-cargoes) and the procedure of their transportation and they are obligatory for all participants of transport and freight forwarding process.
Transport and freight forwarding activity
1. Transport service and freight forwarding, activity are being carried out by the subjects of business activities – by freight forwarders which have received the special permit (license) for this kind of activity in accordance with established procedure and act by order of consignors and consignees (hereinafter - cargo owners) Freight forwarders performs their functions without any interference to the economic activities of transport
2. Transport and freight forwarding services being provided by freight forwarders consist of complex of different services which arc connected with preparation and dispatch of cargoes, carrying out of mutual settlements, control for passing and receiving of cargoes.
3. The freight forwarders according to the order of cargo owners: organize transporting
Documents of foreign trade. Common export documents.
The following documents are commonly used in exporting, but specific requirements vary by destination and product. For assistance with country.
Shipper's export declaration the sed is available through the government printing office and a number of other commercial outlets. It can be electronically filed using aesdirect.
Dual use export controls and licenses licensing is required for dual use exports (commercial items which could have military applications), or exports to embargoed countries.
Defense trade export controls and licenses in the case of defense export transactions (defense articles such as munitions), any person or company who intends to export such an article must first obtain approval from the u.s. Department of state directorate of defense trade controls (ddtc) prior to the export. The appropriate license form must be submitted to the ddtc for the purpose of seeking approval. In most cases, in order for a license to be considered, you first must be registered with the ddtc.
Commercial invoice a bill for the goods from the seller to the buyer. These invoices are often used by governments to determine the true value of goods when assessing customs duties. Governments that use the commercial invoice to control imports will often specify its form, content, number of copies, language to be used, and other characteristics.
Certificate of origin the certificate of origin is